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or equivalent ?
  • I wonder if users Aneros get even more pleasure that women with G-Spot orgasms or if they are less or equivalent :?: :?:
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,778
    Hi Plantation, :)

    There is a gal here by the name of "zaneblue" that posts regularly that has talked about these things. Go into the "Search" function of the Forum and search by user name to bring up all of her posts. If I remember correctly, she felt that the different types of vaginal orgasms were similar to what men experience with prostrate non-ejaculatory orgasms.

    Personally myself I have no idea. Not only because I have not yet achieved super-O's. But I'm not sure how it would be possible for each gender to compare orgasmic feelings. Who knows? :lol:

    Love is Peace
  • OH!!OH!!
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    Love_is said:

    But I'm not sure how it would be possible for each gender to compare orgasmic feelings. Who knows? :lol:

    Good question...I have pondered this myself. I know some of the older sex studies (was it Kinsey?) used equipment to measure orgasm in women and men. Perhaps this equipment is similar to that for lie detectors? Anyway, seems to me a similar comparison could be done, but it would likely take that type of equipment plus something like an MRI or CAT scan showing brain activity. The heat and electrical activity and level would have to be measured in the brain and various body parts. To compare Aneros users Super O abilities would require a super O able individual guy versus a gal that can have clitoral and vaginal orgasms. It would be a good, interesting, story. If you don't compare to an Aneros or MMO guy then you would get false information based on tradition, simple, short penile orgasms which would hardly measure up to women.

    I might add that in my internet readings on orgasm that women are interesting. It was found that women who had spinal injuries and paralyzed from the waist down could still have vaginal (maybe clitoral) orgasms. It turns out there is another nerve network the vegas nerve that bypasses the spinal cord and ties in directly to the brain. Wonder if guys have the same related to prostate?
  • This is interesting!!

    The hookup to the brain to actually measure the pleasure that would be cool, but, I don't think they need all those little monitors that they stick all over you head any more.

    I think you have a good point OH!! an MRI machine they use these days should be able to check the brain wave activity for sure..

    They just need some volunteers for the study! :lol:
  • J4J4
    Posts: 124
    Do you ever get the feeling that we are just employees who work for the Aneros Company? We sit around discussing the product in this forum and we talk about the Aneros as if we were talking about “management” during our coffee breaks.

    Every once in a while an “employee suggestion” (like the stainless steel Peridise) makes its way from “us” to “them”.

    So how about it “Aneros Support”! Do you have any side by side MRI’s depicting a human brain having an orgasm on one hand and a human brain having an Aneros Super Orgasm on the other? Do you have any MRI’s of the brain on your product?

    Do you think “management” will hear me? Because like a true employee, I will do anything but actually talk to my boss!!

    Oh well, I’m off to do a little internet research to see if MRI’s exist of men’s and women’s brains having orgasms. I will try to pop in on the 12/6 chat to ask about this “in person”.

  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,778
    As long as I get paid in x amount of super-O's per hour, I'm game! :lol:

    Love is Peace
  • Love_is said:

    As long as I get paid in x amount of super-O's per hour, I'm game! :lol:

    Love is Peace

    Agreed! Screw the money, Aneros can pay me in unlimeted orgasms :P