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Fucking ripoff
  • SannySanny
    Posts: 3
    I bought an aneros mgx because I've always enjoyed prostate messages. After waiting patiently for several weeks the thing finally comes and I rejoice, thinking that I'll be the next tone writing testimonials.

    I cleaned myself and lubricated the device. I inserted it and waited for 15 minutes. Then I started squezing on and off. I've been doing this for over an hour and all I feel is a hunk of plastic up my ass.
  • JayDJayD
    Posts: 38
    Anybody who can achieve even a Mini-O within their first session deserves to get a medal! So I'm afraid your expectations are a tad bit too high if you expect to be getting the results some of these guys are getting in this forum on your first try. Be patient, you're still in the "re-wiring" process where your body is just beginning to discover the prostate as an active sexual stimulant. Once you get past this learning process you'll soon discover what the Aneros is able to achieve.
  • SannySanny
    Posts: 3
    It didn't even feel all that good though. There was one moment where I got a little pleasure, and a little fluid come out, but for the most part it was just uncomfortable. I think my problem is that the testimonials are somewhat misleading, they always seem to leave out the fact that this might take a long time to accomplish.

    I'm willing to try again, but I don't see how I could get mind blowing pleasure from this after such a let down.

    While I'm here: is it alright to use ID millenium silicone lubricant? That stuff will eat away at most plastics, but it is the most slippery and longest lasting.
  • bonerownerbonerowner
    Posts: 121
    Sanny said:

    While I'm here: is it alright to use ID millenium silicone lubricant? That stuff will eat away at most plastics, but it is the most slippery and longest lasting.

    ID Millenium Silicone lube contains Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone and Dimethiconol.

    As you mentioned, Silicone Lubricants are NOT recommended for use with silicone toys - from what I understand the aneros is made out of silicone - someone please cortrect me if I am wrong.

    Also- the Cosmetic Ingredient Review's (CIR) Expert Panel, has concluded that dimethicone and related polymers are "safe as used in cosmetic formulations" - the question is obviously whether or not that make it safe to stick up your butt. The same holds true for Dimethiconol. - it has been approved for external use - such as in shampoos, but that does not necessarily mean it is safe to put INSIDE your body.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,460
    Hi Sanny,

    Your initial experience with the Aneros massager is not entirely unusual. After reading the hyperbole of others experiences it is difficult to have an open mind when beginning this journey of self discovery.
    You have a couple of choices here :
    1.) You can take advantage of the Aneros guarantee - and return your unit as directed for a refund and thus not suffer from a “Fucking ripoff” or …
    2.) You can suspend judgment for a while, take some time to learn about the Aneros prostate massager through reading the WIKI, understand that YOUR experience will be unique for YOU (ignore other user’s accounts because they are their unique experiences) and realize this learning experience, called rewiring here, can take a long time and there is NO predictor of when successful advancement will take place. One thing I can tell you is : Your apparent expectation of immediate fulfillment is almost certain to lead to continued frustration and failure to experience any positive feelings.
    Patience, perseverance and dropping expectations will yield results if you are willing to put forth the effort and learn a little something about yourself along this unique journey.
    There is a section in the WIKI about the whole lube topic, see “Lubrication” - but please do some reading in the WIKI for your own edification on this potentially wondrous experience.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,460

    FYI, all Aneros models (except the Progasm) are made from acetal plastic, not silicone, see “Glossary” - Thus silicone lubricants can be used without deleterious effects. However, your caution about silicone lubricants in general is correct and all users do need to think about their personal lubricant of choice. For more detailed discussions about lubrication safety and toxicity issues, you may use the “Search” function with “lubrication” as a key word and author’s name of ‘Virg’ for some revealing insights.
  • VirgVirg
    Posts: 154
    My, my...aren't we in a hurry...

    Sanny, throughtout the forum there are postings about the time it takes to reach various levels leading to the Super-"O"...far, far more of these exist than those louding Super-"O" successes... I suggest you read more for a better sampling of what is in store for you.

    Another main threme and topics is the "journey", re-wiring, the critical need for arousal, and so on.

    This process is varied, with many is going to take time and practice.

    I hope once you do that, it will come quickly. I purchased the first Aneros model made, the "Classic", four years ago this month. It did not do much for me, but all I had was the documentation from the manufacturer. I gave it a few rides and determined I had been "ripped off", as is the case with SSSOOOOO many sex toys that rarely achieve their marketing claims. The Forum appearred and I read, and read, and read. Then, I read some more... Finally, I dusted the "Classic" off and started the journey...

    Unfortunately, I have not reached the Super-"O" but the journey has been utterly amazing... IF, you can dial back your expectations and proceed, then, you are in for quite an education...

    I prefer coconut oil. It is organic and, since fluids in the rectum are absorbed directly into the bloodstrean 8 times quicker than when consumed orally, I think it is a wise choice. Water-based lubes dilute and breakdown with water but the chemicals are still there. Silicone is the worst of the lot. Do a search for "lube", "lubes", "silicone", and you will find all finds of valuable info.

    The Aneros is plastic, not silicone. What kind of plastic, I do not know.

    I hope this helps.

  • bonerownerbonerowner
    Posts: 121
    rumel said:


    FYI, all Aneros models (except the Progasm) are made from acetal plastic, not silicone

    Thanks for the clarification - when I did the research on the properties of the aneros I found a link to the Progasm, so that is where I got my information - and I made the mistake of assuming that all were made the same way - the wiki is a great resource.