Dr. Susie Gronski


Because life is better without pain in your pants

The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality. 


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Butt Play


You put what where?! Yup, even prostates deserve some fun. Butt play isn’t for everyone but if you’re the adventurous type and want to explore what a "progasm" is all about, then listen up ‘cause this show’s for you.


To help me start the conversation about all things butt play, I’m chatting with Forrest Andrews. Forrest is the product and business development manager with Aneros.

Forrest’s loyalty and commitment to the Aneros brand began 15 years ago, when he was first introduced to their original device. The results were life-changing for him, turning around a decades old health condition while revealing a powerful new vitality. For the next 14 years he consulted with the company and was closely involved in the evolution of all of their products.

Being one of the founding members of the Aneros forum, he was responsible for much of the original content on the Aneros website where he mentored thousands of men in the use of these products.  In 2016 he solidified his relationship with Aneros, coming on board full time.

Perk up your rears, ahem, I mean your ears. Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • What the evidence says about prostate massage for prostatitis and current research being done

  • Potential risks and benefits of using a prostate massager

  • Anal hygiene, is it necessary before butt play?

  • The birth story of Aneros

The jury’s still out on whether or not prostate massage has any medical benefits for pelvic pain or prostatitis. For Forrest, prostate massage was a game changer and the sexual benefits were a side effect 😜. Let’s just say that you can orgasm without ejaculating but don’t take my word for it (I don't have a penis), listen to Forrest’s story to find out more.

How does prostate massage work?
heck out the picture below (courtesy of Aneros) that describes how a prostate massager works. You can also use your own finger or involve your partner. If you’re going to dabble in anything prostate, make sure you know your anatomy and make sure anything you do feels good.


Do pelvic floor therapists perform prostate massage?

The prostate has an intimate connection to your pelvic floor muscles and since the prostate is both a muscular and glandular organ, there are specific manual therapy techniques that pelvic floor therapists perform on and around the prostate but this does not include prostate massage. Sorry fellas!

Don’t shy away from prostate massage just yet, we’re here to educate you and help you pick the right tools to help you explore your curiosities in a safe and comfortable way.

So without further adieu, click play.  

Be sure to connect with Forrest at  forrest@aneros.com . Follow Aneros on  Instagram ,  Twitter , and  Facebook .

Be sure to connect with Forrest at forrest@aneros.com. Follow Aneros on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.


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