Science is currently trying to figure out why so-called prostate orgasms feel so intense—but, frankly, the why is unimportant. So, I talked with Sex and Relationships coach Dr. Charlie Glickman, PhD, who literally wrote the book on prostate pleasure to explain just how to enjoy this under-appreciated erogenous zone. Glickman's first point? Plus, porn stars are people who are likely having anal sex multiple times a week.
How To Pleasure Your Partner's Prostate
The Straight Guy's Guide to Anal Play
AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. While homosexual men definitely are open to this area, heterosexual men can easily encourage their female partners to help stimulate their down-there region, similar to how you might suggest anal sex. From using hands and toys to lubricant, here are all the ways to find and stimulate the male G-spot… tonight! Everyone has a G-spot, male and female alike. While uncomfortable at first, the sensation itself is enjoyable if you sink into the unfamiliar territory. There are many ways to ignite the pleasure of the male G-spot more on that below!
How to Get Into Butt Stuff
If having sex with dudes is your thing, it could be a good idea to boldly go where you've probably never gone before: a man's anus. We know, we know—it can be intimidating, and you might not even understand the appeal. But hear us out: the prostate gland, also referred to as "the P-spot," can feel hella good when stimulated, and heading to his anal region is the only way to get at it.
Carol Queen , sexologist and sex activist, refers to anal play as the great equalizer. She points out that the bum, the anus, the rectum, even the sphincter muscles, can be sites of immense physical and psychological pleasure, and that this pleasure is open to all, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. When I first started working in sex stores, there were straight couples who would come in to buy dildos and harnesses to explore male anal penetration. But they were few and far between, and the guy would stand in the opposite corner, nervously watching to see what his partner was buying for him.