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  • newguy8newguy8
    Posts: 192
    If there are any believers on this site, using the aneros, what have your thoughts and experiences been, your walk of sorts, using the aneros? How do you feel while riding, what model(s) do u have?
  • isvaraisvara
    Posts: 984
    @newguy8, I am not sure what you want to know and from whom you want to know it.?
  • PspotsquirterPspotsquirter
    Posts: 467
    Perhaps @newguy8 is asking, if there are professsing Christians. partaking of the Aneros experience.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 1,008
    if you are referring to practising Christians, the answer is YES!

    There are several and quite a few, (although they have not declared it recently to my knowledge), give thanks to their God on a regular basis.

    As to other faiths, I have no idea. Maybe they are not willing to declare.
  • isvaraisvara
    Posts: 984
    @Pspotsquirter, that was my guess but still the question is not clear.
    Topic: I think we all journey in the same direction varied by our sexual inclination. I don't see how a "believer" can be different. Believers will have the models they choose or can afford like non believers. Their partners, if any, will be for or against anal play as others. One has had a near orgasm in church and others perhaps while driving or in a library.
    People who are fundamentally opposed to anal play whether believers or not will not be looking for anal play. Pity about their prostates!
  • BigGlansDCBigGlansDC
    Posts: 873
    I think @newguy8's question can be taken several ways:

    1. Most of us who have taken to the Aneros have fallen in love with the Aneros in its various models. We are believers of/in Aneros. Believers of/in Aneros are universal, men of every race, nationality, and ethnicity. Believers of/in Aneros transcend both religious and non-religious distinctions.

    2. A believer can also mean, as @Pommie suggests, a practicing Christian. I was raised in a Christian family in rural Connecticut in the 1950's and 60's, a Congregationalist in New England of Puritan ancestry from Old England. ;) I professed Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior near the end of my sophomore year in college on Pentecost Sunday in 1970 in North Carolina. However since then I had to deal with the baggage of a Victorian upbringing in sexual matters. This was years before Aneros was invented.

    I suppose there many men out there who go to church, synagogue, or mosque, or participate in Hindu pujas or meditate in Buddhist temples, who use the Aneros to enhance their prostate health and sexual well-being, but will not share their Aneros practice with anybody else, except perhaps their wives or sexual partners. Presently I attend a renowned Presbyterian church here, but I think many people there would be scandalized by my using Aneros. Discovering and using Aneros nearly three years ago was one of the best things that has happened to me in recent years!

    And yes, as @isvara intimated above, I am the guy who nearly experienced a dry orgasm from Aless sweetness that swept over me during Communion Sunday several months ago in church! ;) :D :D

  • TurnrowTurnrow
    Posts: 157
    Hello newguy8

    Yes, several, if not many guys here, are believers. We share a common belief that God made the male body and according to the Psalmist King David, the male body is fearfully and wonderfully made.

    Our common belief is that God, the creator of the male body, placed within it the powers that are enjoyed in the rewiring, and in some like manner, we are thankful to Him for these wonderful gifts in the male body. The guys I know who are believers have also used these giftings to better their sex lives with their wives.

    At this juncture, I am wondering if perhaps Abraham and Moses and patriarchs of Old discovered the rewiring in their later years. Sarah and Abraham laughed when they were told in their late late years that they would have a child. After that child was born and Sarah died, Abraham remarried and had many many more children in his old age. Where did that sexual energy come from?
  • BigGlansDCBigGlansDC
    Posts: 873
    Hi @Turnrow, I salute you for your Biblically minded praise of the Aneros!

    The last few months I have been reading the Book of Genesis in Hebrew for a Sunday school class at church. Abraham's [and even Sarah's] sexual energy came from God. It was a miracle.

    The Old Testament Patriarchs (at least most of them) had remarkably long lives. Moses died at age 120, but he received his call from God at age 80 to lead the people of Israel from bondage in Egypt.

    At age 65, I can attest that not only has the Aneros given me given a healthy prostate and vibrant sexual energy, but it has given me good health overall. I haven't felt this way since my early 20's when I was still in college a good forty plus years ago.

  • awired50awired50
    Posts: 139
    i am believer any way the question is posed :)

  • BigGlansDCBigGlansDC
    Posts: 873
    You bet, @imp ;) Anyway I love hot chocolate in the winter time. :D
  • EhmEhm
    Posts: 201
    What about beliebers? Any beliebers out there?
  • newguy8newguy8
    Posts: 192
    Let me clarify, believer as in God yes, but also in the Aneros in terms of what its capable of. 
  • ElectrifiedElectrified
    Posts: 29
    @Turnrow, excellent post.