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2ndplace
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Prostate Massage

Post by 2ndplace » Thu Jul 27, 2017 6:08 pm

Could anybody direct me to a good site or video to explain and show prostate massage to a newbie?

Also, any personal tips that you can share?

I know that this subject has probably been covered before so am happy if anybody can give me a direct link to the topic within the forum also. I have been trying the search function but it seems to redirect outside the forum to god knows where!!

Thanks
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Cueball
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Re: Prostate Massage

Post by Cueball » Fri Jul 28, 2017 2:24 pm

Not a video, but a book:

Charlie Glickman's Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure

It's pretty much all explained there. One of the best $15 I ever spent.
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Re: Prostate Massage

Post by sirmebane » Fri Aug 04, 2017 7:32 am

The company Aneros sells a massager that I can attest works well if you take the time to learn the technique. They have elaborate forums and helpful wikis written by fans that step you through all sorts of methods.

www.aneros.com
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Cueball
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Re: Prostate Massage

Post by Cueball » Tue Aug 08, 2017 10:58 am

sirmebane wrote:The company Aneros sells a massager that I can attest works well if you take the time to learn the technique. They have elaborate forums and helpful wikis written by fans that step you through all sorts of methods.

http://www.aneros.com
Another purchase that was well worth the money. There's a knockoff called the Heilx that is basically the same thing for a bit less.
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Re: Prostate Massage

Post by cuyahoga » Thu Aug 10, 2017 12:14 pm

Once you've learned the technique, I've always had the best experience with straight glass or steel probes. My problem with curved massagers is that they always seem to turn and end up pointed in some funny direction. With the straight glass, it's smooth and hard and I know where it is. I can control the pressure, depth, direction ... everything just seems to work better.
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