Do you have a Theragun - and if so - are using it correctly?

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It’s Time to Admit the Theragun is a Sex Toy​


People are modding personal massagers to attach dildos and buttplugs, and there’s a big demand for it.
Samantha Cole
By Samantha Cole
January 18, 2022, 8:00am

The Theragun, a triangle-shaped personal massager by wellness company Therabody, is not, by any official account, a sex toy. The website explicitly says it’s not. The company warns against using it on your junk.

Despite this, Theraguns have become a popular device for drilling one’s genitals. Porn sites return lots of results for “theragun” and “massage gun,” with stars like Asa Akira and Evelin Stone using Therabody’s model or a knockoff, and many more amateur models uploading close-up views of the guns tenderizing vulvas and penises.

Then there’s that TikTok from a couple months ago where someone holds a massager and lets the vibrations channel through their index finger to aggressively whisk an egg; the guy who stitches this video, and the reason it went viral, has the brilliant idea of introducing it to his partner next:

Then there’s that TikTok from a couple months ago where someone holds a massager and lets the vibrations channel through their index finger to aggressively whisk an egg; the guy who stitches this video, and the reason it went viral, has the brilliant idea of introducing it to his partner next:


Therabody explicitly warns in its safety guidelines: “Do not use the Theragun above your Adam’s Apple or C4, on your head or near your genitals.” It reiterates again on a separate precautions page: “The following are circumstances where the potential risks may outweigh the benefits... Direct application to the face, throat, or genitalia.”
A spokesperson for Therabody send me a statement expounding on this:

“While there is plenty of scientific evidence that vibration can be used to stimulate soft tissues in the body, Theragun is very purposefully designed for pain relief, recovery, and relaxation. We are aware there is a community using Theragun for sexual pleasure, but we are a science backed company and do not have evidence to support the safety and efficacy of this type of use. Theragun is classified as an Electric Therapeutic Massager and is intended for medical purposes (in the US, the FDA considers it to be a Class 1 Medical Device). This particular class and type of medical device is not intended for sexual purposes.”
In the Best Buy reviews for the Theragun Pro, an intrepid soul named Mike asked, “Does this work well as a sex toy?” Three cowards answered to say no. Elsewhere on the internet, these three are vastly outnumbered. But users forge ahead anyway. Countless people are absolutely wrecking their shit with these things—in a good way.

“Gets me to the edge in literally seconds. Never felt anything so powerful on my cock... If you can handle how violent [it] feels it's otherworldly,” someone said in a Reddit thread titled “Massage Gun? More like ****-Gun 🤯🤤.” The original poster had discovered a way to use their (unnamed) massage gun in conjunction with dildos, pressing the gun against the base of the silicon toy to make it vibrate inside of their partner. “I bought a massage gun for sore muscles and when I felt it on my back I knew I just had to feel it on my clit,” someone else replied. “I'm now addicted! I use it daily but it is so relaxing I just hold it there until I'm done. It's very powerful! By far my most favorite toy!” “Yes it most definitely is, used one on my partner she was at about her 22-23 Orgasm before she lost count,” wrote another. “I have a thing i use as a butt plug and have tried using my massage gun on it….it deffinelty did feel different,” yet another testified. (I would like to know what the “thing” they use as a butt plug is, if not an actual butt plug.)

People are also using it to overcome sexual dysfunction: One person suffering from premature ejaculation claims that jackhammering their taint with a Theragun Mini twice daily helps loosen up the tension in that area and improves blood flow. Others attest to massage guns being a useful tool in alleviating “hard flaccid syndrome,” a condition where the penis gets stuck in a semi-rigid state—pummeling around the base of their member with a massager bought from Amazon brought at least one person some relief.

Then there are those folks who take DIY sex toys to a different level, who walk into a Home Depot like it’s an Adam & Eve store. Attachments that turn jig saws and other power tools into sex toys with just a few metal screws and interchangeable rubber ends, are all over Amazon, and there are guides for how to do this in your own garage. These were probably the predecessor to the massage gun sex toy, and maybe even the massage gun itself; jig saws have been around a lot longer than either of those things, after all.
 
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TJ8869

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If your "friends" like being jackhammered, yes. If they are into less vigorous and intense self abuse, prolly not.
I’m guessing they’ll just stick with the Magic Wand then.
 

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Waiting for it, but you know the supply chain stuff the WH said they solved for Christmas, hasn't reach this manufacturer I guess.
 

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I will feel bad if I killed @NoleATL. We need all the fabulousness we can get around here!
Alive and well. I did google massage gun pRon... there was an interesting video that allegedly stimulated the prostate with ONLY external stimulation.
 
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It’s Time to Admit the Theragun is a Sex Toy​


People are modding personal massagers to attach dildos and buttplugs, and there’s a big demand for it.
Samantha Cole
By Samantha Cole
January 18, 2022, 8:00am

The Theragun, a triangle-shaped personal massager by wellness company Therabody, is not, by any official account, a sex toy. The website explicitly says it’s not. The company warns against using it on your junk.

Despite this, Theraguns have become a popular device for drilling one’s genitals. Porn sites return lots of results for “theragun” and “massage gun,” with stars like Asa Akira and Evelin Stone using Therabody’s model or a knockoff, and many more amateur models uploading close-up views of the guns tenderizing vulvas and penises.

Then there’s that TikTok from a couple months ago where someone holds a massager and lets the vibrations channel through their index finger to aggressively whisk an egg; the guy who stitches this video, and the reason it went viral, has the brilliant idea of introducing it to his partner next:

Then there’s that TikTok from a couple months ago where someone holds a massager and lets the vibrations channel through their index finger to aggressively whisk an egg; the guy who stitches this video, and the reason it went viral, has the brilliant idea of introducing it to his partner next:


Therabody explicitly warns in its safety guidelines: “Do not use the Theragun above your Adam’s Apple or C4, on your head or near your genitals.” It reiterates again on a separate precautions page: “The following are circumstances where the potential risks may outweigh the benefits... Direct application to the face, throat, or genitalia.”
A spokesperson for Therabody send me a statement expounding on this:




In the Best Buy reviews for the Theragun Pro, an intrepid soul named Mike asked, “Does this work well as a sex toy?” Three cowards answered to say no. Elsewhere on the internet, these three are vastly outnumbered. But users forge ahead anyway. Countless people are absolutely wrecking their shit with these things—in a good way.

“Gets me to the edge in literally seconds. Never felt anything so powerful on my cock... If you can handle how violent [it] feels it's otherworldly,” someone said in a Reddit thread titled “Massage Gun? More like ****-Gun 🤯🤤.” The original poster had discovered a way to use their (unnamed) massage gun in conjunction with dildos, pressing the gun against the base of the silicon toy to make it vibrate inside of their partner. “I bought a massage gun for sore muscles and when I felt it on my back I knew I just had to feel it on my clit,” someone else replied. “I'm now addicted! I use it daily but it is so relaxing I just hold it there until I'm done. It's very powerful! By far my most favorite toy!” “Yes it most definitely is, used one on my partner she was at about her 22-23 Orgasm before she lost count,” wrote another. “I have a thing i use as a butt plug and have tried using my massage gun on it….it deffinelty did feel different,” yet another testified. (I would like to know what the “thing” they use as a butt plug is, if not an actual butt plug.)

People are also using it to overcome sexual dysfunction: One person suffering from premature ejaculation claims that jackhammering their taint with a Theragun Mini twice daily helps loosen up the tension in that area and improves blood flow. Others attest to massage guns being a useful tool in alleviating “hard flaccid syndrome,” a condition where the penis gets stuck in a semi-rigid state—pummeling around the base of their member with a massager bought from Amazon brought at least one person some relief.

Then there are those folks who take DIY sex toys to a different level, who walk into a Home Depot like it’s an Adam & Eve store. Attachments that turn jig saws and other power tools into sex toys with just a few metal screws and interchangeable rubber ends, are all over Amazon, and there are guides for how to do this in your own garage. These were probably the predecessor to the massage gun sex toy, and maybe even the massage gun itself; jig saws have been around a lot longer than either of those things, after all.

This just has a porn version of "The Legend of John Henry" written all over it....

Then, John Henry: Reloaded
then, John Henry: Revolutions
then, John Henry: Resurrection
 

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