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Stupid question about gspot stimulating gel
  • MMO_RPGlolMMO_RPGlol
    Posts: 242
    Has anyone tried any of the g spot stimulating gels that they have out there these days? I mean, Anatomically, the prostate is the same tissue in fetuses as the g spot, so I mean it wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing.

    Any thoughts?
  • ineverknewineverknew
    Posts: 870
    i think its snake oil lol
  • Yeah put the word gspot on it and charge more!
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    Remember that the Aneros tool isn't in contact with the Prostate. It's pushing the posterior wall of the rectum into the prostate and we sense that pressure as pleasure.  So any chemical 'stimulant' is affecting the rectal tissue, not the prostate itself.

     In the "Your  Body"  Section of the Aneros Wiki, there's a link to a page with a good 'cut-away' of both male and female pelvises.  http://www.edenfantasys.com/sex-guides-and-tips/guides/anal-toys-and-anal-pleasure/anatomy
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    @Rook, I think you meant "pushing the anterior wall of the rectum" into the posterior aspect of the prostate...yes?   Your point is well taken.   Such products are topical...and a rectal application is not a true surface application.   Frankly, if an OTC substance had the capacity to penetrate trans-rectally into the prostate , it would concern me, in the sense that it would almost certainly contain some powerful alcohol or ether based transfer agent. 

    Most of these stimulating gels function as vasodialators...increasing blood flow and encouraging engorgement of the surrounding tissue.   My experience with these substances (from penile and clitoral application) is that they increase sensitivity for the short term but eventually lead to desensitization. 


    BF Mayfield