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Perplexed by the male body
  • ElectrifiedElectrified
    Posts: 27
    I find myself in a strange philosophical inner conflict concerning the male body. I fluctuate between adoration and frustration.

    Oddly, up to this date I've never experienced a Super O with Aneros (bought one in the autumn), but after using it sporadically for some time, I had my first super O without it during oral sex. The feeling was absolutely euphoric and unprecedented. So I celebrated the male body for being able to produce such a state. It took a little while until I experienced it again. Then I even experienced it when I masturbated. Although a wet orgasm, the sensations were the same, total euphoria, entire body tingling etc.

    I quickly grew to enjoy the new status quo. My lady was perplexed when I was in orgasmic bliss yet no ejaculate came out from the penis, it made me smile, I felt great; being hard as rock, orgasming in total euphoria what seemed like minutes and then turning into superman lover with heightened feelings of love. After lavishly marinading in and with love, finally deciding to ejaculate and erupting felt like the ultimate celebration of manhood, like the culmination finishing a symphony. I was like, I love being a man, hell yes. :D

    Life would be awesome if this could be the standard.

    Consequently, I used my Aneros less. I kind of thought that it would be more convenient if I didn't have to play with things going up my ass if I could experience them without already, besides I never had Super O's with Aneros anyway. Well, with that seemingly weakened my ability to reach Super O's without Aneros. Haven't had one since. Been using Aneros again sporadically, but nothing has really happened, so frustration has sneaked in. 

    So, when there's no ability to Super O or orgasm without ejaculation, frustration views ejaculation from an opposite viewpoint. Notice that above, it was the icing on the cake. But frustration makes me ask questions why does a man need to ejaculate in the first place and as the answer is to create life, which is obviously great, why is there a refractory period? Doesn't it feel unfair that it's the greatest gift a man can give a woman, yet in a way "good is rewarded with bad", as the man then undergoes a refractory period and as he ages the refractory period only gets longer? Like it's a blessing to ejaculate and simultaneously also a curse to ejaculate. It's a funny thing. When I get to experience the Super O's I feel blessed as a man, but when not and I get frustrated I feel burdened as a man having to worry about ejaculation.

    As then, for example, the prostate can provide different types of orgasms, why is it in the ass, which makes it impractical? Or is it impractical only because culturally we live in a homophobic world and both straight men and women view especially the man's ass somehow dirtier or "gay"? For it's funny how a man wants to fuck his woman in the ass, but abhors the idea of his woman putting her finger in his ass, and many women also dislike the idea of sticking their fingers in their men's asses because it supposedly takes away from their manhood somehow.

    Finally, to the ones, who have rewired, as I see ambivalent responses here, would you say that it's a somewhat "permanent" state? Once you have sort of achieved a certain stage, could it be compared to riding a bike like once you learn it, you can never really forget how to ride it?

  • PspotsquirterPspotsquirter
    Posts: 467
    You probably did not Super O. If one cannot Super O first with an Aneros, then one is highly unlikely to Super O first without an Aneros. This would hold true, in my opinion, because re-wiring has not taken place.
    Had you actually had a Super O, you would probably not feel so burdened to ejaculate. And if you actually had a Super O, you would be able to have them consistently. Maybe Aneros is not for you. You seem to have issues regarding your asshole, and other mens' assholes. You should seek out Rumel.
  • isvaraisvara
    Posts: 813
    @Electrified, that sounded so good. I would say you managed to separate Orgasm from Ejaculation, if so well done. One of the goals of men who want to get past the mechanics of Ejaculation. I don't know as I have never had a Super O but I think that is a different kettle of fish as @Pspotsquirter says.
  • ElectrifiedElectrified
    Posts: 27
    Well, to my understanding orgasming without ejaculating feels less at first, which in my case was surely not the case, but I didn't bother to describe that in this thread. I think I received good feedback in the past from a couple veteran members, so I'm not in doubt what my experiences were, also they started after I began to use Aneros. Perhaps I just got lucky… I guess I just need to be patient and take my time to experience with Aneros alone to learn more about those sensations and ultimately to "rewire". Furthermore, there is the medical angle in using Aneros too, so it would be good to use it regularly.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 991
    @Pspotsquirter,

    And if you actually had a Super O, you would be able to have them consistently.



    With the greatest of respect, I would disagree with that statement. I can personally attest that, while I am sure I have experienced a super-O on a couple occasions, I certainly don't have them consistently and, in fact, have not had one for several months, (probably a year now).

    I believe the wiki also warns against expecting regular super-Os once you have scored one.

    sounds to me as if you were indeed extremely lucky. I sincerely wish you many repeats of your experiences of euphoria. Makes me almost envious of you. Good luck in you journey!
  • techpumptechpump
    Posts: 117
    I agree, I don't feel so fulfilled if I don't ejaculate a lot of cum.  If it's a little bit, and I came really hard, I then rank the orgasm based on how much cum I produced. If I shoot a big load, and I see it, it's like my mind makes me cum harder, or I feel like I'm cumming harder than if I produced a little bit. That's where I think the mind takes over the way men rank their orgasms, it's all in the mind :)

    I had one Super O and it was with my wife's help and a g-spot dildo gave it to me. Lots of Aneros warm ups that night (actually just about 30 or so minutes) probably helped it, but that dildo it got me there. I haven't had one since.  I actually feel like the Aneros does less for me now since then, it feels good, the sensations, the mini dry orgasms here and there, but not a big Super O.  I'm going to try with my wife again. The thought of her helping turns me on so much more now, and I have much larger orgasms with her than alone (I play with myself a LOT, and cum like a hurricane, but with her...) 

    I also don't believe that "rewiring" is a standard and is experienced the same by all men.  Something different happened to me, but it's not like what members here talk about, maybe some but not all.  I think you're in a good place @Electrified so keep on keeping on!  give it more of a try, experience it more with your woman.  Whatever feels good, go for that.
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  • ElectrifiedElectrified
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    AneRico said:

    I am not "perplexed by the male body", I am in awe of it.  Aneros use has changed my life.


    I am eternally grateful.


    Amen.  :D

    I also liked the laughter example.
  • TurnrowTurnrow
    Posts: 145
    " intense SuperO's.

    I wish this for all men."
     
    Thanks AneRico.  You take time in your posts and they are appreciated in sorting out my journey to the super O (which I have not had) as it relates to your experiences.  In turn, I wish you mind blowing super Os that astound your male body in unexpected and uncontainable blissful joy that topples your imagination and self conceived boundaries of your dreams. 
  • PspotsquirterPspotsquirter
    Posts: 467
    @Pommie
    I never expected to have a Super O, from my first Aneros session, or any subsequent sessions. They happen consistently, and continually (with Aneros, sans Aneros). When I have an Aneros session, I have about 1.5 hours of Super O.


    @AneRico

    WELL SAID!!!!!!!!'
  • inhopeinhope
    Posts: 922
    how old are you pspotsquirter?
  • PspotsquirterPspotsquirter
    Posts: 467
    @inhope
    I'm 44. What does age have to do with anything?
  • Armon-neatArmon-neat
    Posts: 216
    Just nodding my head in agreeement with nothing to add to AneRico's well said posts.  Those of you with questions:  Dig up previous posts of some of the more veteran contributors to this thread and you will learn much. 
  • awired50awired50
    Posts: 127
    Very well said AneRico !
  • TreiTrei
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  • CanacanCanacan
    Posts: 479
    Adding to the bandwagon of +1 @AneRico ;-)
  • Theme_GasmTheme_Gasm
    Posts: 721
    Excellent @AneRico --- Ah yes, the SuperO that goes from minutes into hours...such incredible pleasure! I too wish only success for everyone taking this amazing journey!

    TG