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Prostate orgasm semen flowing out?
  • I was looking online at articles about prostate orgasm and prostate massage, and read this somewhere online:

    "The prostate orgasm is achieved by massaging and squeezing the prostate gland in a downward motion. During a prostate orgasm, semen flows out rather than being squirted out (as in a regular ejaculation)."

    I've never heard or seen anything about semen flowing out from Super-Os...am I missing something?
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 714
    You don't want to believe everything you read on the internet!

    I believe the source of that information has got it wrong. As I understand it, during prostate massage (i.e. using an Aneros tool), the prostate exudes the products of the Cowpers gland; what we would call 'pre-cum', and this contains no semen at all.

    I would stand to be corrected by anyone more knowledgable!
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,254
    thecandy,

    By definition "... the Super-O is non-ejaculatory,..." therfore one would not expect to see any semen flowing as a result of that experience.

    @Pommie, prostate massage, as provided by an Aneros device, is generally so gentle that little prostate fluid (a component of semen) is usually forced out or released. The Cowper's gland however, may secrete its fluids copiously with or without the presence of an Aneros massager. This gland seems hard wired to respond to anticipatory erotic stimulation as much as it does to actual physical stimulation. While some men do experience increased precum emanations as a result of Aneros use, this is not a universal phenomenon, see the user Poll How much Precum do you produce?

    More forceful massage via fingers, dildos or manual manipulation of an Aneros massager may lead to a Prostate Milking wherein a substantial amount of prostate fluid may be drained. This process, if done correctly, yields a pleasurable prostate orgasm of longer duration than a traditional penile based orgasm and the resulting flow of seminal fluid is slow, it does not squirt out, but just drips much like the final trickle in urination.

    With that having been said, some men have reported experiencing HFWO's as a result of Aneros usage, with spurting ejaculations and accompanying refractory periods, just as some men have reported the ability to experience ejaculatory orgasms as a result of pegging with no penile stimulation involved. These reported effects demonstrate the great range and variability our bodies are capable of producing. It is also important to note not everyone will be able to experience all of these different states. Your unique body will respond in its own unique ways, if you expect more you will probably be disappointed.