Discover the Male Pleasure Zone (G-Spot)
It’s not just women who are lucky enough to have the ‘fabled’ G spot, the route to sexual satisfaction, for men too are gifted with the ‘pleasure zone’ - and the hot spot on the male body is prostate. Yes, you heard it right. After years of bedroom exploration and debate, an expert has come to the conclusion that when it comes to ‘male G-spot’, the prostate reigns supreme.
As a man becomes sexually aroused, the prostate begins to swell with fluid, sending pleasurable sensations throughout his loins. These moan-worthy reactions get more and more intense, pulsating throughout a man’s loins as he approaches orgasm.
However, digging for this piece of gold, which is the size of a chestnut, is not that easy.
Therefore, Dr. Yvonne K. Fulbright, who is a sex educator, relationship expert, columnist and founder of Sexuality Source Inc, has provided some tips as to how to embark upon the ”treasure hunt”
1. Know what you’re looking for.
The prostate, which is found wrapped around the urethra, below the urinary bladder, is a firm, partly muscular, partly glandular body.
2. Realise that almost any time is a good time.
Unless a man isn’t in the mood or prefers to be turned on first, the prostate is always up for action. While this erogenous zone comes alive when a male becomes sexually excited, it can also send amazing sensations sans erection and other stimulation. It is best, however, for a man to be already aroused before you go “probing,” lest he’s likelier to experience pain or discomfort.
3. Discuss the preferred method of stimulation.
The best way to access the prostate involves going to a place where more than just the sun doesn’t shine. There are external ways to stimulate this organ, but you’ll have to experiment, making communication key.
4. Explore different positions.
The prostate is best stimulated when a man is in a position that allows stimulation of the entire erogenous area.
5. Try a sex toy.
There are plenty of sexual enhancement products, including vibrators, which are designed specifically for prostate stimulation.
6. Know that prostate play isn’t for everyone.
A person’s discomfort with this type of sex play can override pleasures, neither of which does anybody any good. Some men, too, don’t enjoy prostate stimulation at all, while others really don’t think that much about it.