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Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Male G-Spot

Just when you thought women were the most sexually complicated creatures on earth, you learn that men have a g-spot too! Yes, it's true. Women aren't the only ones who have a choice of two delicious types of orgasms. Those men who aren't afraid to venture into a new sexual territory can experience heightened sexual pleasure like they've never felt before...the g-spot orgasm.

Where it is:
The male g-spot is the underside of the prostate gland. It is located at the top of the urethral tube, at the opening of the bladder. Due to it's location, the male g-spot is a little more difficult to reach than the female g-spot.

How To Stimulate The G-Spot:
You can easily stimulate the male g-spot directly, by reaching it through the rectum. This may be uncomfortable for some men, so you need to go slow and easy. Relaxation is the key, along with arousal. Indulge in plenty of foreplay before hand so that he's fully erect and ready to go.
The rectum does not produce it's own lubricant, so be sure and use ample amounts of sexual lubricant when trying to stimulate the g-spot. There are plenty of lubricants on the market that are specially made for anal play. They are formulated to be thicker and last longer than regular lubricants. Avoid anal lubricants that numb or desensitize the anal area as they can cause injury due to the fact that one cannot feel pain. Pain must be felt in order to avoid injury and know that he is relaxed enough to enjoy the experience. Once he is relaxed enough, he won't feel any pain or discomfort. The same rules apply to any woman who would like to experience anal play.

Using an index finger, massage and relax the sphincter muscle at the opening of the anus. The more you massage and stimulate, the more you'll feel the muscle relax. Slip a finger into the rectum and curl it upward. toward the testicles. Stimulate that area by gently stroking until he experiences a mind blowing climax.

You can also stimulate the male g-spot internally with specially designed sex toys for men, curved butt plugs or anal beads.

The male g-spot can also be stimulated indirectly, from the outside of the body. You can do this by using your finger tips or a small vibrator to press on the perinium, the area of flesh behind the testicles and in front of the anus. Since you are stimulating an internal spot from the outside, you'll want to apply more pressure and massage more deeply. Take it easy and listen to your partner's cues as to how hard and fast to stimulate. This type of stimulation feels especially good if done during an orgasm.

If you're at all concerned about cleanliness, have him shower beforehand. You can wear latex gloves if you wish, and cover sex toys with a condom (if it fits tightly). Ask your partner if he's had a bowel movement that day. If so, the likelihood of contamination is lower.

Be sure and wash your hands before and after, along with any sex toys used inside the rectum. Never use the same sex toys for anal and vaginal stimulation as that can cause vaginal and urinary tract infections.

Intensity:
When the male g-spot is massaged internally, the feeling is extremely intense and climax may come very quickly. The climax is deep and like nothing you've ever felt before! So take your time getting there, it will be well worth it.

Sexual Orientation Doesn't Matter!
We Americans have been brought up with strict standards of right and wrong, especially when it comes to sex. We've been bombarded with opinions that were formed centuries ago as to what is straight and what is gay.
All men have a prostate, therefore all men have a g-spot. It doesn't matter if you are straight, gay or bisexual. Prostate stimulation has been around as long as mankind and has been a perfected sexual art form in the Orient for centuries (they used knotted silk scarves).

Having your g-spot stimulated feels good. And if something feels good, why not try it? If a straight man has the desire to try g-spot stimulation, it doesn't mean he's gay. If a gay man doesn't like g-spot stimulation, it doesn't mean he's straight. This just happens to be one of those myths, like going blind from masturbating, that needs to be put to rest for good.

2 comments:

Angie Atkinson said...

I love your bold and upfront style. Not many people are willing to be so sexually open these days (and keep it on a classy level as you do.) It's refreshing! :)

MilesPerHour said...

And to add to what Angie said, professional and tastefully written.