We hear so much about the female G-spot, but most of it is just hearsay like a ghost story. On the contrary, low-key talks about the male G-spot turn out to be all true.
But what is the male G-spot, how do you find it, and what do you do with it? Following is your brief guide down south towards this orgasmic wonder and the reasons why it’s all good. (You can thank me later.)
What is the Male G-spot?
Obviously, only cisgender men and those assigned male at birth have it. It’s the prostate, ladies and gentlemen.
Now before you take out your prostate massagers from autoblow, please read on. This will be quick.
The prostate gland (also known as P-spot) is a small muscular gland that produces semen during ejaculation. It’s about the size of a golf ball located between the bladder and the root of the penis. And yes, it is surrounded by nerve endings that, when properly stimulated, feel oh so good.
How do you find it?
Head south, along the back, to anal wonderland. The prostate is located just about two inches inside the rectum.
You may choose the more direct approach of anal entry, but you can also engage the prostate through the perineum, that strip of skin between the anus and the scrotum. The perineum is firmer near the front of the penile bulb, so you aim for the softer and fleshier area toward the back.
When aroused, the prostate swells, which then makes it easier to feel from the inside (so it’ll be nice if you – or he – is adequately turned on before you go exploring in there). It’s like a fleshy bulb of tissue on the front wall of the rectum, in contrast to the other surrounding tissue.
You may not be able to actually feel it from the outside, but stimulating it will cause the sensation of needing to pee — which signals that you’re doing it right.
How do you stimulate it?
Stimulating the P-spot can be done with a bare hand, specially crafted sex toy, or a penis-in-anus penetration. You can do a prostate massage to release excess seminal fluid from the prostate ducts, and if you keep at it, you’ll reach orgasm in no time.
When using a finger(s), be sure your hands are clean, your fingernails are trimmed and filed, and you use copious amounts of lube to help prevent rectal discomfort or damage. For added protection, you may use latex or nitrile gloves. If you’re worried about fecal matter from the rectum, you may do some light douching before the act. Once you’ve got a finger in there, it’ll be down to your technique, so experiment with motion, pressure, and speed to find which feels best.
If finger spelunking isn’t your thing, you can stimulate the prostate from the outside by pressing on the perineum. The prostate is internally located between the base of the penis and anus, so applying pressure outside that sweet spot can stimulate the gland.
Penis-in-anus penetration is no rocket science and is a win-win for you both as it allows both penile and prostate stimulation.
If you’re doing it with sex toys (a prostate massager, vibrator, or strap-on), you can play with the different vibration settings and apply varied pressure and depth for maximum pleasure. Some prostate massagers from Autoblow have an external attachment to stimulate the prostate both inside and out — what’s not to love?
DO NOTE: You can enjoy this experience with proper preparation, whether you’re on the giving or receiving end of things or simply flying solo. If you’re with a partner, it’s important to talk to them about it beforehand and have their consent (and may I reiterate that it’s A MUST).
Also, note that there’s a chance you can hurt yourself if you massage your prostate too roughly. So if you feel pain after it, see your doctor.
What good does prostate orgasm do?
Prostate orgasms are said to feel similar to penile orgasms, only better. But on top of orgasming, prostate massage is also purported to have the following benefits:
- It may help prevent, improve or alleviate, or even treat the following:
- Urine flow
- Painful ejaculation
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) (enlarged prostate)
- Prostatitis (prostate inflammation)
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
As prostate problems and their related symptoms become common with age, prostate massage helps relieve these concerns. Prostate stimulation is also sometimes used to deal with ED alongside medications and other treatments.
- It can help diagnose a medical condition. It is sometimes performed during a prostate exam to extract fluid for further examination.
Prostate massage is a normal and natural way to improve sexual health and enjoy really intense orgasms. It may not be for everybody, but there’s certainly a payoff if you’re willing to give it a try.