Why was this product made?

If you are into clinical medical type devices that offer little fun and are a bit uncomfortable with strict rules for use, then this is the gadget for you. If, on the other hand, you think your toys should make you smile, feel good and sexually inspired, look elsewhere.
Easy to clean, Kinky looking
Harder than a ball peen hammer, not a all sexy.
Not really fun to use.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Aneros Progasm is a very strange device, it is a device and not a toy. It's self proclaimed purpose is to massage the prostate and perineum. Sounds like a good idea, right? I mean after all, if it weren't for the prostate, anal sex would have far less appeal, at least for men. So with that in mind and many years of living with a cranky prostate, I thought, what the hell, let's give it a try.

After some hemnin'-n-hawin' over the price, I ordered it. It arrived. When I got it out of the box the first thing I noticed was the hardness, this thing is harder than a ball peen hammer! Then there are the hooks, one is to massage the perineum while the big end is massaging the prostate. I'm still not sure what the other one is for. Sex toys don't generally come with instructions, unless it is for cleaning, their use is usually self explanatory, not so the Aneros. When I read the instructions for use I was a bit leery of the thing. But, I figured, I didn't buy this thing to get off, I bought it to massage my prostate, so let's give it a try.

After assuming the position, YES, THERE IS A POSITION! Only one, by the way. Oh? Should I describe the Position? OK. As I recall, it is recommended that one should lie on their side, bringing the upper knee towards the chest, then gently insert the Aneros. After it is in place one is advised to begin clenching and un-clenching the buttocks. Slowly at first and gradually increasing the tempo until at some magical time in the not to distant future, you will be launched into an orgasmic frenzy untouched by human hands. Well, for some this may be the case. Alas, for me, no such luck.

Aside from being easy to clean and kind of kinky looking I can find little to recommend this device. Granted, it does massage the prostate, in a very clinical way, nothing even vaguely sexy about the thing. So, I would say that unless you are into playing doctor (or nurse, this might actually work better for women looking for a G spot massage) by yourself and don't mind parting with a fair chunk of change you might want to look elsewhere.
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My Progasm tags
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • On a bed only
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
  • General
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    Other tags that are useful and descriptive for this product.
    • Might work for women?
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    thanks for your review.
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    thanks for the review
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