Gentlemen, treat yourself to a prostate orgasm!

Posted on 31 May 2021 by Natalia
Gentlemen, treat yourself to a prostate orgasm!
We've all heard of the G-spot. You know, that mysterious sensitive area in a woman's vagina that, once stimulated, triggers a totally intense and powerful orgasm?

Well, there is also a male erogenous zone that gives men explosive climaxes that feel just like a female orgasm: the prostate gland, also known as the P-spot!

So, what is the prostate?

The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system located under the bladder with the urethra passing through it. The adult prostate weighs between 15 and 25 grams and is the size of a walnut. It plays a vital role in the secretion and storage of seminal fluid (basically, it's the fluid that allows sperm to swim and fights the acidity of the vagina to allow your little swimmers to go and fertilise an egg).

But the prostate is also an erogenous zone that can be stimulated by perineal massage or anal penetration!

Cool, but why does it give me pleasure?

The word "prostate" can sometimes make people panic. It's a word that is often associated with health problems such as cancer or incontinence problems in men over 50. With such unpleasant connotations, it may be difficult to associate the prostate with pleasure.

Think again - the prostate has a number of nerve endings, so stimulating it sparks intense pleasure that feels completely different from a regular orgasm. The prostate orgasm is an internal, powerful and deep climax caused by micro-contractions triggered by the vibrations of the muscles in the pelvic floor. Many people believe that male pleasure is all about the penis and ejaculation. But it's not - it's all about getting to know your own body. As a bonus, stimulating the prostate can help prevent the health issues mentioned above.

Can heterosexual men stimulate their prostate?

Of course they can! Your sexual practices do not define your sexual orientation. Though minds are slowly becoming much more open, for a long time anal sex was considered an activity for gay men alone. Even today, anal sex can be a taboo subject in many relationships. Sexuality for a straight man is way more than a simple question of penetration and ejaculation. More and more straight men are enjoying prostate massages and stimulation, opening them up to a richer sex life and allowing them to see beyond their penis. Remember, anal sex is not just for gay men!

How do you go about it?

Prostate massage takes time to get used to. It's important to take things slow for your pleasure. Always be gentle and relax. You can do it alone or with your partner. There are two ways of experimenting with prostate massage: you can stimulate the perineum or you can go through the anus to stimulate it from the inside.
The prostate is located about 2.5 inches from the entrance to the rectum, so you have to be well prepared to avoid hurting yourself:

  • You can use your fingers, your partner's fingers or a suitable sex toy.
  • Clean your rectum and wash your hands well (don't forget to cut your nails to prevent tearing).
  • Get relaxed beforehand with kissing, cuddles, games or massages.
  • Use as much lube as necessary.

Once you're ready, start to gently penetrate your rectum with a finger or toy until you feel a soft bump - bingo, you've reached the prostate! Once you've found it, you can massage it gently with your fingers or with a toy to dial up the pleasure. It is extremely important to take your time to get to know your body and what you like. It is normal for a man to lose his erection, or not to cum or ejaculate. Work on your prostate massage and orgasm skills over time. The important thing is to have fun!

Hot Tip

More experienced men may prefer to use a vibrating prostate massager for even stronger sensations !

If you're not comfortable with the idea of inserting a finger or a toy into your anus, try an external perineal massage.

The perineum is the area halfway between the testicles and the anus. However, it takes a lot of stimulation during the massage to get through the skin and muscles to the prostate. The sensations will not be as strong as during anal penetration, but this method can be a good starting point for discovering prostate pleasure.

Now that you have all of the information, it's time to experiment with your partner, or simply try it solo to spice up your sex life in the most satisfying way!