Everything you need to know about the underrated erogenous zone.
We’re halfway through 2020, in the midst of a global pandemic, and don’t have any clear sign of when things will get back to any sort of “normal.” Guys, it might be time to start exploring your prostate—considered by some as the male equivalent to the G-spot.
A legitimate erogenous zone, a little prostate play can be an easy way to add a whole new dimension to your sex life. The first step is acknowledging the existence of the P-spot. Done. That still leaves you with the fun part—figuring out where the "male G-spot" is, and, most importantly, how to stimulate it effectively to take your pleasure to the next level. So whether you want to crank up the dial on your next solo session or are curious about spicing things up with a partner, here are some key insights.
This sensitive gland is located within the body, behind the penis, and it contains tons of nerve endings making it a perfect target for pleasure—hence the nicknames “male G-spot” or the “male P-spot.” It’s most easily stimulated through the rectum and responds well to very gentle touch, whether from fingers or from toys designed to be prostate massagers.
Basic grooming habits apply - i.e. cut and file your fingernails and wash your hands. Once that’s taken care of, remember that relaxation is key. Deep, calming breaths will help your body open up to this strange new sensation happening on your backside. Massage the outside area a little beforehand and then ease your way in.
Toys such as vibrators or dildos are an easy way to reach your prostate, especially if you’re on a solo mission or the idea of a finger is a little too much for you. They come in all shapes and sizes but generally speaking, you want to find one that is slightly curved and has a good handle. The aforementioned finger also works just as well, be it yours or a partner’s.
The prostate isn’t as hard to reach as you’d think. It’s about three-quarters of a finger length inside the anus and feels similar to a walnut. You’ll know you’ve found it when your fingers meet a soft resistance and you suddenly feel increased sensitivity...everywhere.
Don’t, and this cannot be stressed enough, be aggressive about your motions. You’re not impatiently pressing an elevator button. It’s not about going in and out but more about massaging the gland once you’re in. Once your finger is about two inches in, press it forward against the wall of the perineum and try a “come here” motion with your fingers, or moving your fingers slowly back and forth, side to side or in circles around the prostate.