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Hi, new and seeking advice
  • Hi,

    I couldn't find a place on the forum to introduce myself so I hope it is okey if I do so here. Hello all I am catfish, a women in her late 30s living in Australia.

    I want to purchase one of the Aneros products for my partner, but not sure which one to choose. He is around 6f 3 and I am not able to reach his P spot with my fingers (not for lack of trying I might add, I gave it a good red hot go :)). I bought a product from a local sex shop (god forbid) and it did nothing more than cause him to loose his erection.

    I was hoping I could benefit from the experience people here have with Aneros products.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,492
    Hi Catfish,

    Welcome to the Aneros Forums, your best source of information for learning about the multiple benefits and joys of using the Aneros prostate massagers. Rather than steal from one of our Aneros Guru's please let me refer you to 'BF Mayfield's introductory post to another female member. Being female, you are obviously in the minority on this site, however, please do not feel intimidated, you are most welcome to join us here. There are numerous insights into the male psyche to be had here by observant women. Some of your sister members, such as 'Alana', 'Boston Babe', 'buttercup', 'happygirl', 'happywife', 'hiswife', 'Lilylol', 'lynn2694', 'midnitebelle51', 'musicman', 'NunyaGA', 'nurselady', 'Yoshiko' and 'zaneblue' (Marenna Lindberg – Author of “The Orgasmic Diet” for women) have contributed their own insights as well, so you are defintely not alone here.

    In regard to choosing a first Aneros model, I recommend that you first read the following : Selection Guide from the Aneros Learning Center pages, "Choosing a Model" from the WIKI and “Which model is best for new users?” from the Community Polls Forum. For additional information and reviews, you may wish to read the Sticky: Aneros Products Reviewed. Also please note the Aneros line-up of massage devices also includes the unisex Peridise models, you might wish to entertain yourself with these deceptively simple, yet highly pleasurable, little devices - see A Woman in "Peridise" by 'lynn2694'.

    Finally, please understand it is not at all unusual for a man to go flaccid during Aneros use, this does not necessarily mean he has lost interest or is not experiencing pleasure. Many men normally do not get erections during Aneros use.

    P.S. I sent you an introductory PM with some additional hints and tips to help your man get started.
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,782
    Hello Catfish,

    Rumel pretty much said it all. So I'm just going to greet you and welcome you to our nice community here. It's a real gem of sexual insight and wisdom.

  • calmercalmer
    Posts: 75
    Hi Catfish, welcome. I have purchased (many) prostate massagers from local stores in the UK and spent lots of money and have been very disappointed with them.

    The only ones that I have found to work are the Aneros models and these take a deal of practice to get them going. But once they do there is not turning back. My favourite is the Eupho it is slimmer and moves more readily but requires more practice. The Helix is a good starting point for all.

    Hope this helps