The popular sexual health and wellness innovator, Aneros, has officially launched the Prostate Health and Awareness Special Edition Blue Maximus Syn Trident and the Blue Prelude Enema Bulb Special Edition as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month begins. These special edition items are limited-release items and only available for the month of September!
HOUSTON, TX – Aneros®, the popular sexual health and wellness innovator, is excited to announce its newest creations, the ANEROS Blue Maximus Syn Trident Special Edition™…
The popular sexual health and wellness innovator, Aneros, has officially launched the MGX Syn Prostate Health and Awareness Special Edition as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month begins. This special edition blue MGX Syn is a limited-release item, available for the month of September only. Designed in a bespoke blue velvet touch silicone to bring recognition to prostate health and awareness, it features the patented shape and styling that have made the Helix Syn the best-selling hands-free, self-powered prostate massager in the world.
Before throwing yourself into the action, it’s helpful to do a practice round where your goal is to say the safe word whether you actually need to stop or not, says Carey. This way, “the sub has a sense memory of having said the word, so they know they’re able to do it in the midst of play,” she says. “This is important because some people become non-verbal when they’re in sub space, so if the sub realizes they can’t verbally safe-word, they need to adjust their system.”
“Rachael is a talented and licensed therapist who specializes in sexuality, sexual health and relationships,” she added. “With a nonjudgmental, humorous and authentic approach to therapy, attendees will benefit tremendously from understanding how to approach the important relationships in their lives.”
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