#104 Prostate Play: From Massage to Orgasms (with Forrest Andrews)

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On this episode of #mensexpleasure, I chat with Forrest Andrews. Forrest is the Product and Business Development manager of Aneros. Forrest’s relationship with Aneros began in 2000 and he has played an important role in the evolution of the company and their products ever since. This started when he was a customer and purchased their very first device. The impact on him was life-changing, turning around a decades-old health condition while revealing a powerful new orgasmic experience he would later call the “Super O”. After a series of productive conversations with the owners of the company, Forrest became their sole product tester and a consultant for the development of new products. Soon after he helped them launch the Aneros forum where he chronicled his own personal journey into the multi-orgasmic realm. In later years he compiled the Aneros WIKI comprised of terms drawn from his several thousand posts and threads. Between 2003 to 2012 he mentored men from all over the world helping them transition to new levels of sensual awareness through prostate massage. During the same period, he attended public and industry trade expos in the U.S. and Europe, as the company’s expert on the use of their devices. In 2016, Forrest became Aneros’ manager of Product and Business development where he’s supervised the creation and launch of the awarding winning Trident Series, the Trident Syn Series, the VICE 2 and the Helix Syn V. The two of us talk about the ins and outs of prostate stimulation, from massage to play to manual to vibration to health benefits to pleasure enhancement. If you’re interested in prostate pleasure, this is the episode for you.

Key points:
Forrest introduces himself
Forrest’s journey with prostate health
The beginnings of Aneros
Prostate pleasure
Stimulation: Massage vs play
To use vibration or not?
Different types of prostate massagers
Advice for men wanting to explore their prostate

Relevant links:
The Aneros website: www.aneros.com
Forrest’s email: forrest@aneros.com


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