Invented by W.D. Smith, the World’s First Commercial Prostate Massager, the Prosager was first sold from Kalamazoo, Mich., in the United States in 1936. It was marketed by small advertisements in both national and local newspapers.
The advertisements read, “An enlarged, inflamed or faulty prostate gland often causes lameback, frequent night rises, leg pains, lost vigor, insomnia, etc. Many physicians endorse prostate massage as safe and effective treatment. (See Reference Book of the Medical Scientists VII, 3rd edition).
Use “Prosager” a new invention that allows any man to massage his prostate gland in the privacy of his home. It often brings relief with the first treatment and most help or will cost you nothing. No Drugs or Electricity”.
Somebody said in a comment on another post on this website that there is a prosager in some sex museum, as far as we can remember in Amsterdam, but we have never been able to verify that. So as we said in the enemagra, or was it enemagura post, there is only one remaining “prosager, and its belong to a tantric prostate masseur in London, called Mr Cox.