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Newbie - looking for mentor
  • troy
    Posts: 2
    Hello - my wife and I bought an Aneros (and a couple of other toys for her/us). I've tried it a couple of times and have enjoyed it so far. I have exerienced some of the waves I've read about here in the form, but not gotten much further than that. I've also just purchased the book \"The Multi-Orgasmic Man\" and being doing some reading/research online. While this forum seems useful I'd like to correspond directly with someone that might act as a mentor for me or just to share experiences. Feel free to contact me via email [email]TroyAthens@hotmail.com[/email]
  • user21
    Posts: 3
    I read that book cover to cover a few times and I have to say it's a very interesting read. I find it very amusing however that they assume all men have the capability of being multi orgasmic. Im sure if you plan to spend months, if not years practicing the excercizes outlined therein, you may have a small chance of achieving the desired results. But keep in mind, they are trying to sell a book. And they are trying to make you feel like the purchase is justified by providing x number of testimonials and saying that every man is capable of this. From what I've read on this forum, I would suggest giving the aneros a try first for at least a few months to strengthen up before trying the PC pounding excercises they outlined in that book. Just my 2 cents.
  • troy
    Posts: 2
    user21 stated \"I find it very amusing however that they assume all men have the capability of being multi orgasmic.\"

    What evidance do you have to refute this?

    user21 stated \"Im sure if you plan to spend months, if not years practicing the excercizes outlined therein, you may have a small chance of achieving the desired results.\"

    Again I ask - on what basis can you make this statement?

    user21 stated \"I would suggest giving the aneros a try first for at least a few months...\"

    I do plan on trying it more. I'm open to different ideas from difference sources - rarely does one find one resource with all the answers/knowledge. I suspect that man can achieve multiples with either teachnique - they are just different approaches. If fact I have already experiences (subtle) multiples using the techniques outlined in the book - I suspect/hope that they will becomes stronger with more practice.

    From what I've read here the approach with the Aneros is more of a meditative, one man sort of approach whereas the book I reference seems to apply to either solo or with a partner. I'm married so the latter is more practical for me, but I'll continue to try to Aneros/Solo experience going forward.

    I've tried the Aneros with my wife and I found that it enhanced the experience. I also found that removing the Aneros after ejaculating somewhat problematic - naturally my wife likes it best when I do ejaculate - as my anus tightens up so much that it is difficult/uncomfortable to remove afterwards.
  • user21
    Posts: 3
    Think about it for a second.. Claiming that every single man is capable of achieving multiple orgasms is like claiming that all women are capable of it too. There are a lot of women and a hell of a lot more men that will never know what that's like, either because of physical restrictions or mental ones.

    From what I understand, Eastern cultures have spent generations exploring tantric practices to broaden their sexual prowess whether it has to do with being multi orgasmic or not. The reality of it is that most people aren't going to learn these things overnight. It's no secret that people practice months and yes, even years, to get results. And yes, some people have natural talent for being multi orgasmic.. but the vast majority dont. And if you're still not convinced, head over to WebMD and ask the experts. They'll give you plenty of "evidence."