Male G-spot: how to find it and what to do with it

The female G-spot is legendary, but what about the male? Turns out there is one too. In this article we will tell you where it is and how to stimulate it correctly.

Man takes a bath before G-spot stimulation

What is the male G-spot

Oh yes, the male G-spot is real. It is not fiction nor an attempt to attract as many readers as possible. Another question is what is more correct to call it the P-spot. And to most of the general public, it is generally known as the prostate.

The prostate is located between the base of the penis and the rectum, a walnut-sized gland that a man needs to produce sperm. The secret is that there are lots of nerve endings in the prostate, making it a sweet spot for maximum pleasure.

This, by the way, is confirmed by research: scientists have found that prostate orgasm causes 12 muscle contractions, while penis orgasm - only 3-5 contractions. In other words, if you connect the prostate to sex play, a man can orgasm two (or even three) times stronger than usual.

How to prepare for a search

The male body may surprise you with the G-spot, which is the prostate.

Many men are full of prejudice associated with anal sex. Although prostate stimulation, of course, can't change a heterosexual's orientation (and if it does, then he's not so heterosexual after all). Therefore, if you want to search for the P-spot, you must first obtain the consent of your partner. Also, experts advise telling him in detail what you plan to do so he can make an informed decision.

As the anus does not produce natural lubrication, it is important to make sure you have a water-based lubricant on hand (preferably unflavored and odorless, so as not to accidentally cause skin irritation). Also, be sure to file your fingernails so you don't damage the delicate area, or at least use a glove as a barrier.

Pacing rules

So now you know where the P-spot is and your man isn't shy about trying. And after? It can be difficult for beginners to decide on the right actions on their own, so adopt the following techniques:

  • "Come here" movement.By making movements with the index finger, as if asking someone to come, you can stimulate the prostate gently enough not to scare your partner, but at the same time active enough to give him new sensations. Start slow then increase your speed.
  • Circles and waves.Circular and oscillating movements also work well, and their speed should also be gradually increased. Keep in mind that putting too much pressure on the prostate can make you want to go to the bathroom, so it's good for a man to empty his bladder before sex.
  • Sex toys.If you don't want to go anywhere with your finger, but want to experiment, use massagers for anal play. With them, in the same way, you can vary the speed and type of vibrations, so that the partner does not lose anything, but even vice versa.

In conclusion, we once again recall that body parts have no sexual orientation, so a couple can safely practice anal sex in both directions. And we note separately that if in the process the partner says that he does not like him and needs to stop, you need to listen to him. In the end, we are all different. You can try it the next time it's ready again, but for now, do something that still makes you happy.