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  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785
    Hey All,

    Anyone have any experience with the Slightest Touch device for women?

    Downloaded an .mpg video from a p2p and it looked kind of like the female version of a "super O", WOW!!! Price of $140 is a little high, but if it actually works, it would be an amazing gift for your significant other!

    Just wondering if the incredible video is on the up & up, or not???

    Thanx Guys!
  • Do you have a link to the video? Wouldn't mind looking into that.
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: lyspan
    Do you have a link to the video? Wouldn't mind looking into that.




    The company web site is SlightestTouch.com. I found the video as: "Sex Therapy - Female Electro Stim with Multiple Orgasms.mpg" on a Peer-to-Peer download site called "BearShare.com"

    The file size is around 20 meg., so it takes a while to download, for us modem users...

    Bill
  • nino
    Posts: 28
    By coincidence, today I came accros a reference to the accupunture point(s) where the stimulators for this female device are attached. It is the Three Yin Crossing Point (Spleen 6). The section I read was for men, but interestingly it says that it is located 3 finger-widths up from the inside ankle. Massaging it increases the energy in the major storage areas of sexual energy for men (from Awaken Healing Light of the Tao, page 520).

  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: nino
    By coincidence, today I came accros a reference to the accupunture point(s) where the stimulators for this female device are attached. It is the Three Yin Crossing Point (Spleen 6). The section I read was for men, but interestingly it says that it is located 3 finger-widths up from the inside ankle. Massaging it increases the energy in the major storage areas of sexual energy for men (from Awaken Healing Light of the Tao, page 520).


    This is quite interesting! It is also interesting, that both female and male sexual accupuncture points are above the inside ankle where this device is attached!

    My next question would be: If the stimulator were placed on same spot on a male, would this make it easier to reach a super-O with the Anerose inserted???

    Guess we would need to find someone that has this device and find out if it's worth the $140 clams, first??? From the looks and sounds of the video, it would really be worth the investment just for your female partner, tho!

    Thanx, Nino
  • mu1ti
    Posts: 61


    My next question would be: If the stimulator were placed on same spot on a male, would this make it easier to reach a super-O with the Anerose inserted???


    Did they even think of trying or did they just assume to try only on women? Stuart Meloy who did the orgasmatron was asked about male response and he said there was no reason it shouldn't work but they hadn't tried it.

    Next question is would a tens do the same job?

    Finally, how did he manage to remove her pants after wiring her up to the machine?
  • nino
    Posts: 28

    Originally Posted By: mu1ti


    My next question would be: If the stimulator were placed on same spot on a male, would this make it easier to reach a super-O with the Anerose inserted???


    Did they even think of trying or did they just assume to try only on women? Stuart Meloy who did the orgasmatron was asked about male response and he said there was no reason it shouldn't work but they hadn't tried it.

    Next question is would a tens do the same job?

    Finally, how did he manage to remove her pants after wiring her up to the machine?

    I was thinking the same thing about the Tens unit :) I ordered some new pads for my Tens unit and am going to see if it works! Will report back...

    nino
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: nino

    Originally Posted By: mu1ti


    My next question would be: If the stimulator were placed on same spot on a male, would this make it easier to reach a super-O with the Anerose inserted???


    Did they even think of trying or did they just assume to try only on women? Stuart Meloy who did the orgasmatron was asked about male response and he said there was no reason it shouldn't work but they hadn't tried it.

    Next question is would a tens do the same job?

    Finally, how did he manage to remove her pants after wiring her up to the machine?

    I was thinking the same thing about the Tens unit :) I ordered some new pads for my Tens unit and am going to see if it works! Will report back...

    nino

    Hey Guys!

    Great idea about the Tens thingy! (had to Google the Tens to find out what you were talking about, tho?).

    Can't wait to find out if it works! We could be stepping into something a little different here??? (Interesting, to say the least!)

    Yes, the Orgasmatron from the Woody Allen movie! I always wanted one!!! I noticed the thing with the panties too...good catch, nino!

    This stuff is what Forums are for, I guess???

    Later, Guys!

    Bill
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    (this post was edited 2005-12-07 00:04:08)

    Hi All,

    I’ve been out of town for several days and haven’t had the opportunity to respond to this thread. I just wanted to let you all know that I’ve been experimenting with the Slightest Touch myself over the past six months, and I believe that this device may hold some very interesting possibilities for Aneros users. By the end of the week I will have a FULL account of my exploration with it that I'll be posting to my Keys to the Backdoor to Ecstasy thread (above), so check back for it at that time.

    One thing that I must mention at this point however, is that the Slightest Touch is NOT your average TENS unit. (TENS is an acronym for Transcutaneous Electrical Neural/Nerve Stimulation). Understand that the bulk of these devices have been designed for the purposes of offering localized anesthesia. That’s right, their purpose is to relieve pain, by effectively numbing a given area of the body. Such units are the mainstay of physical therapy and chiropractic offices. A smaller number of these devices have been marketed as “electrical exercisers” delivering an even higher intensity of electrical stimulation in order to initiate skeletal muscle contraction. Such units are often touted by their makers as producing a form of passive exercise (no huffing...no puffing, and the pounds just melt away.... .

    Still another group of TENS or Stim units (as they’re sometimes known) have emerged in the arena of sexual aids. The vast majority of these units are merely repackaged product that was once used for muscle aches. How do I know? I have one of these also, and at this point I break it out every now and then when I have lower back pain.

    The Slightest Touch is different in that it delivers a subtler form of electrical stimulation in a phasic manner such that it can facilitate arousal rather than anesthesia. Again, more on this later, but in the meantime I wouldn’t go out and buy just any Tens unit out there, …you may get a lot less than you bargained for.


    BF Mayfield
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: B Mayfield
    (this post was edited 2005-12-07 00:04:08)

    Hi All,

    I’ve been out of town for several days and haven’t had the opportunity to respond to this thread. I just wanted to let you all know that I’ve been experimenting with the Slightest Touch myself over the past six months, and I believe that this device may hold some very interesting possibilities for Aneros users. By the end of the week I will have a FULL account of my exploration with it that I'll be posting to my Keys to the Backdoor to Ecstasy thread (above), so check back for it at that time.

    One thing that I must mention at this point however, is that the Slightest Touch is NOT your average TENS unit. (TENS is an acronym for Transcutaneous Electrical Neural/Nerve Stimulation). Understand that the bulk of these devices have been designed for the purposes of offering localized anesthesia. That’s right, their purpose is to relieve pain, by effectively numbing a given area of the body. Such units are the mainstay of physical therapy and chiropractic offices. A smaller number of these devices have been marketed as “electrical exercisers” delivering an even higher intensity of electrical stimulation in order to initiate skeletal muscle contraction. Such units are often touted by their makers as producing a form of passive exercise (no huffing...no puffing, and the pounds just melt away.... .

    Still another group of TENS or Stim units (as they’re sometimes known) have emerged in the arena of sexual aids. The vast majority of these units are merely repackaged product that was once used for muscle aches. How do I know? I have one of these also, and at this point I break it out every now and then when I have lower back pain.

    The Slightest Touch is different in that it delivers a subtler form of electrical stimulation in a phasic manner such that it can facilitate arousal rather than anesthesia. Again, more on this later, but in the meantime I wouldn’t go out and buy just any Tens unit out there, …you may get a lot less than you bargained for.


    BF Mayfield


    Hey BFM,

    Thanks for your input; we were playing a "what if" game??? Your threads are the main source of my education with the Anerose! (you are the Guru, Man!)

    I'm glad a methodic and advanced person, such as yourself, is leading the way for the rest of us in this new adventure! (...I feel we can take your findings to the Bank, so to speak!)

    This new information, I'm sure, will be fascinating and I for one, can't wait to see the results to your research!

    Thanks for you valuable input...

    Bill H.

  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    hlaser99,

    I've just posted to my sticky thread B's Keys to the Backdoor... Check out I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC it'll give you the whole scoop on the Slightest Touch. Hope this answers your questions.

    Cheers,

    BF Mayfield
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: B Mayfield
    hlaser99,

    I've just posted to my sticky thread B's Keys to the Backdoor... Check out I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC it'll give you the whole scoop on the Slightest Touch. Hope this answers your questions.

    Cheers,

    BF Mayfield


    Thanks Bill M.,

    You ARE the Man!

    Bill H.
  • mu1ti
    Posts: 61
    Thanks very much BM, I ordered one and Mrs Mu1ti and I will try it and report back!
  • I've been gathering information about e-stim devices for several months now, trying to decide if I'd like the experience enough to justify the a financial outlay of several hundred dollars. Naturally, I came across the Slightest Touch web site in the course of my research.

    Although, in general, E-Stim units have a strong connection with BDSM scene and, by association, pain, most e-stimmers seem to be using them for the pleasurable sensations and arousal they produce. In essence, the Slightest Touch unit is an E-stim unit targeted toward a specific market and use. If you have any interest in the subject at all, I would recommend visiting

    http://www.smartstim.com

    and checking out the Forums there. You'll find a wealth of information not only on the Slightest Touch but on the whole E-Stim scene in general. From the site I learned that the Slightest Touch uses a stimulation frequency in the 450 Hz range in the form of soft gated pulses. This is a higher frequency than typically used for E-Stimming, but certainly not beyond the capability of the more expensive, but much more versatile multi-program units.

    I got the impression that male users of Slightest Touch felt the unit was under powered for their use. This makes sense since female arousal is categorized by lubrication that facilitates conductivity such that less power is necessary. At least one male user repeated B. Mayfield's experience of no sensation from the unit when the pads were applied to the ankles.

    If my wife were more adventureous, I'd be inclined to order a Slightest Touch unit, but for myself, I'll opt for a more versatile and powerful unit should I decide to experiment.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    (this post was edited 2005-12-12 11:26:01)

    Max and all,

    Just to clarify, I am aware that there are more powerful e-stim units available for more money. I must emphasize however that MY application of this device has involved utilizing a much subtler level of stimulation than is generally used in such stim sessions. As you'll recall I suggested taking the Slightest Touch to a sub-threshold level for purposes of supporting ones efforts in the direction of the non-ejaculatory orgasm (Super O). I should also mention that I have experimented with the Slightest Touch and other stim units at higher intensity with no success (not with the Super O). I'm familiar with the smartstim site, and I've seen videos that show individuals wired up with electrodes in every conceivable (and some inconceivable...) locations that appear to document hands free ejaculations. I'm not knocking it in the least... but this isn't what I'm after.

    I've made no secret of the idea that I believe that the arousal pathway to the Super O shares much in common with the female response. Perhaps it is this common pathway that holds the key to the Slightest Touch's success for me. In reviewing the comments of the individuals who have posted in this forum detailing their transitions to the Super O, it is fairly clear, that in the vast majority of cases, this occurred in subtle and almost passive ways (some while they were sleeping!). I just don't believe that this can be forced in the same way that a traditional orgasm can...either by oneself or by outside stimuli.

    One last thing, although the ankle pad placement didn't work for me in my case, there were two other locations that did, one of which is the back of the knees.

    BF Mayfield
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: B Mayfield
    (this post was edited 2005-12-12 11:26:01)

    Max and all,

    Just to clarify, I am aware that there are more powerful e-stim units available for more money. I must emphasize however that MY application of this device has involved utilizing a much subtler level of stimulation than is generally used in such stim sessions. As you'll recall I suggested taking the Slightest Touch to a sub-threshold level for purposes of supporting ones efforts in the direction of the non-ejaculatory orgasm (Super O). I should also mention that I have experimented with the Slightest Touch and other stim units at higher intensity with no success (not with the Super O). I'm familiar with the smartstim site, and I've seen videos that show individuals wired up with electrodes in every conceivable (and some inconceivable...) locations that appear to document hands free ejaculations. I'm not knocking it in the least... but this isn't what I'm after.

    I've made no secret of the idea that I believe that the arousal pathway to the Super O shares much in common with the female response. Perhaps it is this common pathway that holds the key to the Slightest Touch's success for me. In reviewing the comments of the individuals who have posted in this forum detailing their transitions to the Super O, it is fairly clear, that in the vast majority of cases, this occurred in subtle and almost passive ways (some while they were sleeping!). I just don't believe that this can be forced in the same way that a traditional orgasm can...either by oneself or by outside stimuli.

    One last thing, although the ankle pad placement didn't work for me in my case, there were two other locations that did, one of which is the back of the knees.

    BF Mayfield


    BFM,

    Thanks for the clarification on Slightest Touch and the e-stim units! I also checked out the smart-stim site and although the units were impressive, I agree with you that the type of mental-oriented orgasm possible with the Anerose and Slightest Touch is what I too am after...

    I will be ordering my Slightest Touch this week and with a 30 Day money-back gurantee, it sounds like a no-brainer to me??? This sounds like something that I would indeed like to add to my toy chest!

    I have been pushing toward the Super "O" with my Helix for 3 months now and have involuntaries and lots of pleasurable waves of different types! I think I have had a few mini-Os too, but no S.O.!!! I am hoping that the combination of Slightest Touch and the helix will bring me over the edge??? I have been to the verge of the Super-O quite a few times, but no cigar yet...

    I'll see next week???

    hlaser99

  • It was certainly not my intent to disuade anyone from purchasing a Slightest Touch unit, but rather to provide an additional source of user experience and information on the subject in general. I'll certainly be following this thread to see how many others can repeat B's experience with the Slightest Touch.

    -Max

  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    (this post was edited 2005-12-12 23:17:49)

    Originally Posted By: Maximus
    It was certainly not my intent to disuade anyone from purchasing a Slightest Touch unit, but rather to provide an additional source of user experience and information on the subject in general. I'll certainly be following this thread to see how many others can repeat B's experience with the Slightest Touch.

    -Max


    Max,

    Your input is always appreciated.... it's good to hear from you again too! As a matter of fact your comments made it apparent to me that mine lacked a certain amount of clarity with regard to several issues. (As much as I try it's hard to cover all of the bases). It's been my desire from the get-go to help people make this transition. For most, crossing over to this alternate pathway is not a simple thing to do. Techniques, methods, different ideas on sexuality all have their place in the process. I believe that some supplementary stimulation (of a subtle type) may work for some as well.

    Thank you for your insight.

    BF Mayfield
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: Maximus
    It was certainly not my intent to disuade anyone from purchasing a Slightest Touch unit, but rather to provide an additional source of user experience and information on the subject in general. I'll certainly be following this thread to see how many others can repeat B's experience with the Slightest Touch.

    -Max


    Hey Max,

    Ditto B. mayfield!

    Didn't mean to imply with my last mail, that the site you refered us to was bad in any way... Actually, it revealed a portion of male and female sexuality that I had never heard of!!! (Blew my mind and I may even try it sometime ...down the road a ways???) Presently I am concentrating on a more subtle avenue, tho?

    Very interesting stuff!!!

    Thanx for the info, Man~!

    Later, hlaser99

  • hlaser99hlaser99
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    Hey All,

    I now have had my Slightest Touch (ST) for a couple of days and since I said I would report back, here it is!

    I have been trying all sorts of pad placements, including all of the ones I've read about on their Forum and from B. Mayfield. Thanks for all your help, Man! I find that everything I was getting with the Anerose alone, the nice pleasure waves and some occasional in-voluntaries, now are increased greatly with the combination of the two(2) devices!

    I now get in-voluntaries that are much stronger and last much longer and are usually timed to the pulse of the ST unit??? If I dial UP a little past "threshhold", I can usually get them, or usually get them if I just clear my throat or pant a little at just BELOW "thresh-hold" on the unit’s dial! Also the pleasure waves are stronger and more of them! (I am usually placing the electrode pads to the right and to the left of center, vertically, behind the knees.)

    Although I still haven't had a "Super O" yet, I feel that this device will help me acquire one more easily and is just a great toy to add to my arsenol... (I am divorced now, but I can't wait to try it on an adventurous Female when I get into another relationship!)

    More to Come! (no pun intended!) LOL!

    hlaser99

  • Thanks for the report. Have you noticed any differences using the unit with conventional masturbation?
  • hlaser99hlaser99
    Posts: 785

    Originally Posted By: Maximus
    Thanks for the report. Have you noticed any differences using the unit with conventional masturbation?


    Hey Maximus,

    I found that using the Slightest Touch by itself made me more randy, but it doesn't act like an e-stim device or anything??? (I have tried the pads in every conceivable location below the waste and got some real nice vibes, but would need direct penis stimulation to achieve an orgasm)

    I have also used the S.T. & Anerose together and added direct stimulation at the end of a session and had a real nice traditional orgasm of course!...

    Later,

    hlaser99
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    Originally Posted By: B Mayfield
    (this post was edited 2005-12-12 11:26:01)

    Max and all,

    Just to clarify, I am aware that there are more powerful e-stim units available for more money. I must emphasize however that MY application of this device has involved utilizing a much subtler level of stimulation than is generally used in such stim sessions. As you'll recall I suggested taking the Slightest Touch to a sub-threshold level for purposes of supporting ones efforts in the direction of the non-ejaculatory orgasm (Super O). I should also mention that I have experimented with the Slightest Touch and other stim units at higher intensity with no success (not with the Super O). I'm familiar with the smartstim site, and I've seen videos that show individuals wired up with electrodes in every conceivable (and some inconceivable...) locations that appear to document hands free ejaculations. I'm not knocking it in the least... but this isn't what I'm after.

    I've made no secret of the idea that I believe that the arousal pathway to the Super O shares much in common with the female response. Perhaps it is this common pathway that holds the key to the Slightest Touch's success for me. In reviewing the comments of the individuals who have posted in this forum detailing their transitions to the Super O, it is fairly clear, that in the vast majority of cases, this occurred in subtle and almost passive ways (some while they were sleeping!). I just don't believe that this can be forced in the same way that a traditional orgasm can...either by oneself or by outside stimuli.

    One last thing, although the ankle pad placement didn't work for me in my case, there were two other locations that did, one of which is the back of the knees.

    BF Mayfield


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