by Thick Shady
Let me preface by saying how fucking crazy awesome it is to be a dude who can get past the social taboo that it’s wrong to have your ass played with. Why leave so many nerve endings out of life’s sexual adventures? I mean, once you toss religion out, there’s no logical reason to ignore that region of the body. Okay, maybe it’s “dirty.” But, what isn’t a little grimy when it comes to sex? I thought it was part of the fun… and now that you’re somewhat turned off, I’ll focus on the task at hand.
Much like most of my sexual experiments, I beta tested the Nexus Excel solo. I like to make sure I’m comfortable with the sensation before I subject my partner to it in some way. I mean, you gotta make sure the Nuke is worth firing before agreeing to turn the launch key with your co-commander. Am I right? No idea, but it works for me and that’s what counts Goddammit.
Right off the bat, I could tell that the texture of the Excel was “economy grade.” It wasn’t bad though. Just kind of the DiGiorno pizza of sex toys. Delicious, but not quite delivery. It’s a bit on the uncomfortably plastic-y side going in, but once the curved tip makes its way to its final destination (the prostate), it’s quite the experience. There’s a slightly uneasy pressure there at first, but once the focus becomes phallic, the muscles transform the sensation into a positive one.
But the best part is saved for last (as usual)… when cumming. This thing triggers a very alternative sensation to the usual orgasm. With each spasm, there’s a wild kind of resistance. The religious would call this an “unnatural” feeling, but it could be described more objectively as the pleasure experienced when associating anal stimulation with an ejaculation. Needless to say, I enjoyed myself and there were no injuries. I recommend the Nexus Excel Male G-Spot Massager, but would like to give some of the (softer – more easy on the insides) higher end models a try.
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