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Is the prostate harder to rewire than the female G-spot?
  • MyTurn
    Posts: 447
    I will be brief.

    I've had one girlfriend (now my ex). Out of that one girlfriend, she told me that she was able to sense when her G spot is hit. I don't know if she has had a Gspot orgasm before, but she is definitely rewired enough to sense touch there.

    My friend has a girlfriend, 50 years old, she has had G-spot orgasms.

    These are out of the few females sex lives I know about. It would seem as if G-spot sensations or orgasms for women are becoming more common as we find out more about how to reach that spot. It seems as if little rewiring is necessary. Or is the female G-spot being subtley rewired all the time through vaginal sex?

    It seems harder to rewire a prostate. Or is it? Zane Blue got to the point of an orgasm on every thrust. Fucking hell. I think I would die if I had that. If I had that, I would skip around, singing, whistling, looking like an effeminate nutjob.

    Follow-up question: When I am having involuntaries, I don't know what to do to keep them going: keep a minimal contraction or what?
  • Very nice points , and yes woman are still a great mystery to us. Very little woman I think 1 in 10 or so can even easily even reach an orgasm through vaginal sex alone so I would say its down to pure little no how on the guys part in this subject as as clever guys know they love a bit of oral and teasing and guys should look into this stuff to please their partner. This is a common misconception I believe as guys watch porn and think these woman are getting huge amounts of pleasure out of it than they actually are. I would also say its down to knowledge I mean i didnt know about how much pleasure the aneros could bring until i looked into it maybe some woman are less aware of their own bodies than you think i mean there is a whole treasure trove of new ideas waiting out there.
  • So who gets more pleasure overall?

    Also the sad thing is that even if a man does rewire himself he can't sit back and let a woman do all the work and give him this pleasure.
  • Thats a good question lol i would say woman do, as they have the most nerve endings so they are more sensitive. Yeah aslso true that we need to put the efffort in as its internal, woman can receive pleasure external which means they can sit back and get someone to help them out lol lazy
  • [QUOTE=Rocketman10;95000]Thats a good question lol i would say woman do, as they have the most nerve endings so they are more sensitive. Yeah aslso true that we need to put the efffort in as its internal, woman can receive pleasure external which means they can sit back and get someone to help them out lol lazy

    Well that is depressing.
  • MyTurn
    Posts: 447
    newtoforums, just know that I was where you are in 2008 and I was fucked up. At one point, looking at sexy women gave me anxiety coz I thought: "she must get soooo much sexual pleasure compared to me". It became my new OCD (I have OCD). I broke down at work!!!! I had to start seeing a psychologist. It was good to talk it over, but the main thing that helped me was the Aneros! The idea that my sex (male) did not preclude (stop?) me from having multiple orgasms, and that a new type - better than penile - was possible helped relieve my anxiety SLOWLY, but surely.

    I guess too, not having sex with a girl since I broke up with my GF. I am not constantly reminded of how much our pleasure differs. I wonder what I will be like with my next GF, if I get one? Have you actually had sex? My issues came from not having sexual pleasure from masturbation NOR sex (until ejaculation). Have you tried sex yet??
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,672
    Hello MyTurn, :)

    I'm purely guessing at the answer to your question. But I suspect that women probably have just as difficult or easy of a time to discover the joys of G-spot orgasms as men do discovering prostate orgasms. Think about the variety of men here on their Aneros journey. Some achieve super-O's in a month or less. And for some like you and I, it takes years of regular practice. I partially base this idea on my informal research of reading user comments/reviews of G-spot toys for women at places like babeland.com and other online stores. As I've read through the comments, I find there is some women who say the toy is amazing and gave them the best orgasm. And others who say they felt nothing and it was a waste of money. Sound familiar? LOL

    Your friend's girlfriend also likely had 35 something years to figure out how to have G-spot orgasms. And who knows how much self exploration she did to learn that. And how long it took. There is a lot of unknowns here.

    Love_is
  • MyTurn
    Posts: 447
    Thanks Love_Is.