A Whole New (anal) World

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(flips two cards over, face down)

(picks left card)

“#&$*”

Ok, looks I drew the “start blog with terrible pun” card.

So I’ve been sitting on a review of a couple of very interesting male g-spot massagers.

(pause)

Mainly because I want to rate these massagers very highly, but at the same time I did not enjoy them.

See, I’ve never been a fan of anal, receiving never, giving, done it, but never been a fan. I have nothing against it, it just didn’t seem to do anything for me. However, Cooper’s been trying all sorts of new toys and enjoying them, so I decided to step out of my comfort zone and try something new.

So I have two male g-spot massagers, the Nexus Glide, and the Nexus Neo. I’ll give a proper review of these shortly, but these two were a great introduction to anal play for me. When used with proper water based lubricant, these were easy to use, fairly comfortable to insert, and were very obviously well designed. They stayed in after inserted up to a certain point, had easy to use handles for proper positioning and manipulation, every seemed to be going well.

But I didn’t seem to enjoy the process of insertion, or the manipulation of the toys once they were in. I was properly relaxed, properly lubricated, and I believed I’d properly prepared myself before playtime. They however, didn’t really do anything for me.

Having anything inside me gave me uncomfortable feelings of bowel movements (though there were obviously none, came out seemingly clean as a whistle), and while an initial insertion did give me a raging hard on for a few minutes, I was never able to replicate it.

I believe this is a case of “I’m doing it wrong”. I’m going to keep at it, ask for and hopefully receive some great advice on use, and chase that anal rainbow.  So, speak up! Give me some suggestions, how can I use these male g-spot massagers properly? Anything from proper insertion, to playful manipulation, I’m willing to listen!

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As a co-host on Life on the Swingset and creator of The Gentleperverts' Social Club, Dylan Thomas speaks candidly about nonmonogamy, kink, and non-normative sexuality to eradicate the stigma and shame that keep people from expressing and being who they want. He brings awareness to issues involving gender identity, equal rights, and intersectionality by creating discussions with people who feel unaffected by them. He also creates learning opportunities for men to become stronger allies and better people. Find and feel free to engage him on Twitter.

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    Um, that hurts... on

    Dang, I was hoping you’d have an answer or suggestion for me. The wife has a thing for anal (giving & receiving) and I don’t. I’ll give it to her but receiving is actually not my favorite thing (sure is her’s though, kinky little minx). I find it uncomfortable at best even after a proper amount of enticement & preparation. Never found the male G-Spot.

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      The key when you don’t quite enjoy it, I think, is to have the anal
      stimulation happen at the same time as something you DO like, like receiving
      a blowjob. This way your mind starts associating the two things.

      Don’t give up, just find your groove!
      On Mar 6, 2011 11:04 AM, “Disqus”

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      The key when you don’t quite enjoy it, I think, is to have the anal
      stimulation happen at the same time as something you DO like, like receiving
      a blowjob. This way your mind starts associating the two things.

      Don’t give up, just find your groove!
      On Mar 6, 2011 11:04 AM, “Disqus”

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