I can’t believe it… I’m still shaking

So first and foremost, I don’t have a name brand Aneros, but the shape and size is near 100% to the classic model. I follow this sub because I always considered a prostate orgasm a bit of a personal unicorn but have always been super excited to have one. So, I’ve been experimenting with it on and off for nearly two years the first few times not getting any pleasure, but some discomfort from it.

Recently, I’ve been using mine regularly (one or twice a month for the last 6 or so months) when I really get worked up and found out I immediately start leaking cum as soon as soon as there is sufficient pressure; generally I sit on a chair and rock back and forth to keep stimulating myself. Over the course of the last 4 or 5 sessions I’ve gotten incredibly close, but seem to lose sensation or the pleasure as I get closer to climax so I get frustrated and finish normally.

Today was different. So. Different. I was so stimulated and I reached an incredibly powerful full body orgasm in about 10 minutes without touching myself at all. I managed to keep a cadence and pace that was unbelievably pleasurable and not too quick and as I started to feel like a climax was going to happen I kept at it. I spent nearly 10 minutes shaking and couldn’t move. I don’t know how to describe it other than immense pure pleasure on an orgasm that lasted longer than anything I’ve ever experienced and to make my knees noticeably weak walking to the bathroom.

I don’t know why I’m saying all of this, or what purpose it really has. I just wanted to celebrate I guess? Holy Crap.

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/aneros/comments/4yxfi6/i_cant_believe_it_im_still_shaking/


  1. Fucking amazing dude! It was really inspirational to read this tbh. I’ve only recently started to get any kind of pleasure out of my Aneros. And I’ve heard after your first big o it gets easier to get to that point again!

  2. Got a link to the one you have? I got a deVice but I want to pick something up closer to the Helix, just can’t afford the real deal

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