To some of us, the male g spot is a mystery. It’s a sensitive area on the surface of a man’s prostate inside his rectum. It can create an intense orgasm when massaged, which some men find more pleasurable than an orgasm induced through penile-intercourse. You may have heard of the male g spot, also known as the p spot, but don’t know exactly what it is or how to find a man’s gspot.
What is the male g spot?
The male g spot or p spot is a prostate gland that is part of your reproductive system. It creates some of the fluid that you ejaculate when you orgasm. The prostate also helps propel your ejaculation as you come.
It is a walnut-sized gland is thought to be made of a dense bundle of nerve endings. When those nerves are stimulated, it can create intense sexual pleasure. However, scientists aren’t exactly sure how the prostate produces an orgasm. Some believe it’s due to the nerves being along the outer surface of the gland, also known as the prostatic plexus. While others think it is through the stimulation of the nerves of the prostate itself.
Where is the male g spot?
You can feel the p spot through the wall of your rectum. It is located between your butt and your penis, inside your pelvis under your bladder. You can actually feel it by inserting a finger a few inches inside of your rectum, towards the front side of your body. When you push against the wall of your rectum, your prostate will feel like a rounded lump of tissue.
How to find a man’s g spot?
If you’re looking to level up your sex life, stimulating your partner’s p spot will definitely turn up the heat! However, before you begin searching for a man’s g spot, you should first ask for consent. Your partner may not want their anus played with, so make sure you have an open discussion before you proceed.
To find a man’s g spot, cover your fingers in lube and gently insert one a couple of inches into his rectum. Next, curl your finger toward the front of his body until you feel a round bulb of tissue that is the size of a walnut.
You can also find the p spot by rubbing or stimulating the perineum, also known as the taint. It’s the area of skin between a man’s scrotum and anus. The prostate sits above the taint and can be stimulated from outside the body.
How to stimulate the male g spot?
You can stimulate the male g spot with a partner through anal play or by yourself during masturbation. If you want to enhance your sexual experience, here are a few techniques to safely enjoy prostate stimulation.
Go to the bathroom
When you have your prostate massaged, it can feel like you need to pee or poop. Sometimes, those things to happen to people without much warning. So, to be on the safe side, go to the bathroom before you begin to ensure there are no accidents.
You can stimulate a man’s g spot using vibrators, prostate stimulators, and sex toys like butt plugs that are designed for prostate play. You should be prepared whether you decide to use your hands or sex toys. Bring lube to make sure everything feels comfortable. You could even use a condom on your fingers or a latex glove to prevent infections from dirty fingernails. It will also come in handy if you haven’t thoroughly douched yourself, as there may be some fecal matter during the process.
Trim your fingernails
Another part of being prepared to stimulate a man’s g spot is to keep your fingernails trimmed and clean. Keeping them trimmed, filed, and cleaning your hands thoroughly can protect sensitive parts from any accidental cuts, abrasions, or infections.
Don’t forget foreplay
Before inserting anything into the rectum, start by arousing other areas of the body. You can massage the taint or around the anus to increase arousal and anticipation. P spot stimulation will be more pleasurable when you are relaxed. So keep communication open and discuss with your partner what you like so they can follow your instructions. When it’s time for penetration, take your time and go slow until you’re ready to experiment.
Try different motions
Once you’ve found the prostate gland, start by rubbing it in a circular or up-and-down motion. Then, when you feel comfortable, start experimenting with different techniques and speeds to find what feels best.
However, don’t forget about the rest of your partner’s body. You can increase their pleasure by stroking or sucking their penis as you massage their prostate. Massaging their taint as you rub the p spot from inside the rectum can stimulate it from both inside and outside. Experiment with different positions as you may find different access increases your sensations.
Wash you hands
As the prostate is located inside the rectum, you can spread bacteria and cause infections if you touch other parts of your or your partner’s body. So even if you don’t see any fecal matter on your finger after stimulating the male g spot, you should wash your hands to prevent infections.
It’s true - you can have a mind-blowing orgasm that’s even more intense than a conventional orgasm. In fact, some men have even nicknamed it the Super-O! No matter if you are gay or straight, you can enjoy a pleasurable prostate massage. And you don’t even have to insert your fingers into your rectum to achieve orgasm. Instead, the prostate gland can be stimulated by massaging the taint or through the wall in your butt with sex toys.
You too can achieve intense orgasms by stimulating the male g spot. All you need is the right tools and techniques. First, remember to prepare your body and use lubrication to make the process more comfortable. Then relax your body and enjoy experimenting to find a sensation that feels right for you.
But prostate stimulation isn’t for everyone. It may not be to you or your partner’s taste, but you’ll never know unless you give it a go. Communication is everything, so make sure to tell your partner what you like and don’t like. Only then can you both have a satisfying and intense sex life.
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