Almost everyone has heard of the female g-spot and you may have spent hours in search of that allusive sweet spot; but did you know that guys have a g-spot too? The male g-spot is a man’s forgotten sex organ, and that’s not really surprising considering it’s hidden away… in the anus. Yes, for heterosexual guys
this is a taboo subject, but stimulation of this highly erogenous zone
can be extremely pleasurable for men of all ages and sexualities! Try to
keep an open mind while reading this article and you may just have the
best orgasm of your life.
What Is The Male G-Spot?
During Movember the prostate will be receiving a lot of media attention,
and although it can cause problems for the older man (notably prostate
cancer), this little fella, when healthy, can also provide a whole lot
of pleasure too. The prostate exists primarily for the purpose of producing semen, but some men find that it is so sensitive that even a brief massage can trigger an orgasm.
Finding and Stimulating the Male G-spot
You may be pleased to know that the male G-spot or P-spot isn’t as hard
to find as it’s female counterpart, and by following a few simple
instructions you will be well on the path of discovery. Before you start
you should decide if you are going to fly solo or include you partner
in the adventure. Either way it is important for you to be able to
control the pace and depth
of your first prostate probe. And whoever is probing should have
suitably trimmed nails! Make sure you empty your bowels in preparation
and take a shower to both clean up and help you relax. Lie on your back,
elevating your legs if necessary and gently massage the area
surrounding your anus to stimulate your nerve endings.
The prostate gland encircles the urethra at the exit from the bladder.
To find it relax your sphincter and gently insert (or have your partner
insert) a well-lubed finger into the anus, then feel up the front
rectal wall (the side nearest the penis) until you find something that feels like a walnut. Hold your finger still until the sphincter relaxes, then start massaging in a downward direction.
If at any time you feel discomfort then stop and wait for the anal
muscles to relax before continuing. Once you’ve got the hang of it
(which may not be during the first attempt) you can start to experiment
with different pressures and rhythms. Each time when you’re done,
remember not to touch your genitals (as it can spread bacteria) and wash
your hands immediately. Use latex gloves for ultimate hygiene.
Getting the Right Tools for the Job
If you don’t want to get your hands
dirty, so to speak, then there are sex toys available to help you out.
These toys can look like alien-shaped contraptions, but are specially
designed to stimulate the many nerve endings
inside the anus. Classic style butt plugs can be worn during sex to
give a feeling of fullness and are available in a variety of shapes and
sizes; however, to start off with, it’s a good idea to look for an anal stimulator that is designed with male anatomy in mind; like the Aneros MGX or Naughty Boy. These toys have protrusions that are perfectly angled to stimulate the prostate gland and perineum – making it easier for you to locate your sweet spots and enjoy the ride.
Some prostate massagers
vibrate and some don’t. Vibrating anal toys help relax the anal muscles
if tense and can be immensely pleasurable, but which type of toy you
opt for is down to personal preference. Just remember to always wash
with antibacterial soap after use and only use toys that are designed for anal play – they have a safety part that always remains outside of the body.
Exploring the prostate isn’t going to be something that appeals to
everyone. Some won’t be comfortable with the obvious ick factor
associated with this kind sexual activity; while others may be
(mistakenly) concerned that exploring the backdoor will lead homosexual
desires. To be clear, anal exploration is 100% acceptable and won’t turn
you gay! So if you are brave enough, take the plunge and enjoy your
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