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  • AndrewAndrew
    Posts: 1
    Hi all,
    I'm just a beginner, but I felt more of the 'good omen' twitches whilst standing and walking (and the almost instantaneous production of 'pre-cum' on insertion - is that a general experience?) than I have done so far on lying down!
    Nothing anything like startling just yet, but I'm hopeful.
    I really would like to find that the Aneros can create the 'Big O' whilst standing, sitting or walking, as many of the situations where I would like to have the experience, involve these positions.
    If anyone has tried the standing/walking method and found it to be a good way to get results, I would be grateful to know - partly so that I feel it's worth my while pursuing this path, and also can look forward to getting results in almost any situation.
    Please let us all know, because it could widen the horizons of the Aneros experience dramatically, in my view.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,140

    I have experienced "non-ejaculatory orgasms" standing and sitting down and I would have to say that these are not (in my opinion) the methods of choice. I do use them on occasion as a prelude to the larger orgasm, but my body's natural inclination seems to be to want to lay down or be supported in some way during this experience. It's just the best way, to savour the sensations of buildup and release. And since the release itself can be so exquisitely intense, (almost convulsive for some) the last thing you want to worry about is falling down or keeping your balance. I should mention that whereas sitting down does offer support, it does not afford the Aneros adequate mobility. I know, from reading the forum. that others have seen great erotic potential in the notion of being able to "wear the Aneros" out in public or "exercize their prostates" with the day long insertion of the device.

    I guess, for me, the Super O is too intense and too personal to want to "take to the streets with it". It strikes me that it would water-down the experience substantially, and at the very least take it all out of its proper context.

    B Mayfield