You’ve probably spent a considerable amount of time studying the female G-spot : How to find it, how to stimulate it and how to turn a woman into putty with a G-spot orgasm. What most men are far less familiar with is their own male G-spot. That’s right; some of you may be surprised to learn that the prostate is, essentially, the male equivalent of a woman’s G-spot -- and yours is far, far easier to find. We realize that, for some, the idea of exploring this area may be taboo, but if you keep an open mind while reading this article, our advice could lead you to one of the best orgasms you could ever hope for.
Read on as we give you the lowdown on the male G-spot and what it can do for your sex life.
Discovering your G-spot
The male G-spot isn’t all that difficult to find, but it does require a little patience. Lying on your back is generally considered to be the most comfortable position for this, so you’ll probably want to make use of the bed or perhaps a large sofa. The process will be easiest with your legs elevated, which you can do by simply leaning your legs against the wall behind the bed or draping them over the back of the sofa. If you’re still having difficulty reaching the perineum from this position, you can lift your backside further by sliding a pillow or two under your bum.
Once you’ve made yourself as comfortable as possible, start by gently massaging the area surrounding your anus. Most men enjoy having their taint (also known as the perineum) stimulated, and that can certainly be incorporated into this process. Use the soft pad of your index finger while exploring, and be gentle. As you relax further, lube your finger up and let it gently brush across the surface of your anus. Repeat this move several times, each time increasing the pressure slightly. When you’re comfortable enough to begin probing, you should keep things slow and gentle, taking care to relax your sphincter during the process. Once you’ve come in contact with the male G-spot, you’ll recognize it as a small, chestnut-sized bump situated approximately two inches inward.
Stimulating your G-spot
The first step in stimulating the male G-spot is making oneself comfortable. Bathing beforehand can put a man more at ease with the process, so we recommend starting out with a nice hot shower. If you’d like to take that one step further, enemas are not at all uncommon and you may choose to add this to your regimen. Once you’re ready for stimulation, there are a number of methods you can utilize, though we recommend keeping it simple if you’re a novice; a finger will be sufficient for beginners. Regardless, you’ll want a good supply of lubrication on hand, and you’ll want the type specifically created for anal play.
It will take some experimentation to discover what works best for you in terms of stimulation. Return to one of the positions we mentioned earlier (lying on your back with your legs and backside elevated) and repeat the steps you used to located the prostate. As you prepare to stimulate your G-spot, keep in mind that techniques vary greatly. Some men enjoy gentle thrusting movements, and some prefer intense, constant pressure on the prostate itself. You might prefer a mix of the two or something entirely different. The key is to give your body the chance to react and respond; take your time, the orgasm is worth it. It’s also important to note that you may not find any of these methods pleasurable during the first exploration, and that’s perfectly normal; you can always try again in the future.
Don't be ashamed of stimulating the male G-spot; the results can be explosive...
We’ve already mentioned this one, but you shouldn’t limit this method to solo exploration. Believe it or not, many women enjoy performing this type of stimulation in the bedroom, particularly when the resulting orgasms can be so powerful. If you’d like to try something highly erotic, have her give you a blow job while stimulating your prostate.
There was a time when most women had no idea what a rim job was -- those days are long past, and most are quite savvy with the technique these days. If you’d like to add a little extra ecstasy to your next sex session, bring up the subject of reciprocal rim jobs. It’s quite simple, really: When you’re both fresh out of the bath, use your tongue to gently probe each other’s anuses. The sensation is truly incredible and you’re both sure to enjoy it.
G-spot goodie: Magnify your orgasms by manually stimulating each other during the rim job; toying with her clitoris should lead to a powerful climax for her, and a well-timed hand job will guarantee your own.
G-spot goodie: If you’d like to experience something truly incredible, work your PC muscles while penetrating your woman. This will stimulate the male G-spot further than you could possibly imagine.
it's not just for women
While we don’t expect everyone to be immediately comfortable with this type of exploration, we do want to make it clear that it’s perfectly acceptable and in no way strange or perverse. The male G-spot is a powerful gland that can lead to earth-shattering orgasms, and we believe everyone’s entitled to that kind of pleasure. If you’re not ready for this type of play, that’s perfectly understandable and we certainly don’t want you to do anything that doesn’t feel right for you. If, however, you’re open-minded about male G-spot stimulation, we encourage you to try our tips and start working your way toward the ultimate orgasm
In 2001, the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology accepted female prostate as an accurate term for the Skene's gland found in the G-Spot area along the walls of the urethra. The male prostate is biologically homologous to the female G-Spot, which was first hypothesized by Regnier de Graaf in 1672 where he observed that the secretions (female ejaculation) by the women's G-Spot "lubricates their sexual parts in agreeable fashion during coitus."
The prostate in men has been unofficially called the male G-Spot because it can also be used as an erogenous zone. It is located where the rectum joins the colon, about 50 mm (2 in) from the anus, and when aroused it is a walnut-shaped swelling.
Links between G-Spot sensitivity and female ejaculation led to the idea that non-urine female ejaculate may originate from the Skene's gland. Tissue examination showed 15 prostate-specific antigens in the gland, leading to a trend of calling the Skene's glands the female prostate. Consequently, it has been argued that the G-Spot is a system of glands and ducts located within the anterior (front) wall of the vagina about one centimeter from the surface.