Just because men are more prone to orgasming easier and quicker than women doesn’t mean that they don’t deserve new and innovative ways to get off. Women do, after all, have a ton more sex toys available to them than men do.
Which is why we’ve dedicated this guide to all the men out there who are dying to experience a different, more intense kind of orgasm… and those who want to give them a helping hand.
And what is arguably the most sensual and erotic spot for men? Their prostate! Now before you start to feel a bit awkward or squeamish… don’t! When a man gets his prostate stimulated, he not only receives an orgasm like never before but also gains sexual health benefits. This is because masturbating frequently, especially via the prostate, can help prevent prostate cancer!
So, for those who want to increase their man’s pleasure by leaps and bounds, roll up your sleeves and take note of how you can stimulate his prostate.
What is the Prostate?
The prostate, sometimes also known as the male g-spot, or the p-spot, can be found inside a man’s body, behind the penis. It’s a small, walnut-shaped gland that is loaded with sensitive nerve endings - which is why, when stimulated, can cause intense orgasms.
How to Stimulate the Prostate
The best way to stimulate the prostate is through the rectum. And because this gland is rife with nerve endings, one should be gentle with it. This is the best advice to follow when stimulating his prostate.
Step One: Make sure you’ve used more than enough lube, whether you use your fingers or a toy.
Step Two: Slowly insert… whatever you plan to insert… until it reaches about two inches inside. You’re going to want to push it forward so that it presses against the wall of the perineum (the area between the balls and the anus).
Step Three: Once comfortable, allow your finger(s) or toy to get about three-quarters deep inside the anus, and use the ‘come hither’ motion, which is recommended. You could also move your finger in a circular motion around the prostate if you’d like. How can you know for sure that you’ve found the prostate? It’s a prominent gland that literally feels like a walnut, so it’s quite hard to miss.
Step Four: Use communication to guide your experience and to massage the prostate in such a way that it feels good for him. This, and the fact that you should be very gentle and careful, is the most important thing when it comes to prostate stimulation.
Stimulating the Prostate: After Care
Once you’ve experienced this new and exciting sexual act, you may want to engage in a bit of aftercare with your partner.
This could be taking a shower or bath together, or simply talking about the experience in a non-judgemental fashion. In this way, you too can learn how to improve on the technique and get the very best out of your playtime.
Prostate Stimulation Toys
Dare to indulge? There are various prostate stimulation toys that were made with the sole purpose of getting him off hard. So, why not consider one of these top three prostate massagers?
This remote-controlled prostate massager is brought to you by LELO, one of the world’s leading luxury sex toy brands. It’s been designed with absolute precision using SenseMotion technology, and has two different motors for vibration fun!
This smooth prostate massager has been made by carefully studying the male anatomy. It’s the perfect gadget for p-spot and perineum stimulation and is loaded with powerful vibration capabilities. Its design creates a more pleasurable feel whilst inside.
Combine gentle pressure and rumbling vibrations, and what do you get? The WeVibe Vector. This beautifully-designed prostate massager stimulates both the p-spot and the perineum, giving you dual sensations. And the added bonus? It comes with a remote and a free We-Connect app, so that you or your partner can control the fun.
The prostate doesn’t look too intimidating now, is it? With these sleek toys and our easy steps on how to gain the best p-spot pleasure, you’ll surely take him to a land of sheer bliss in no time. Happy playing!
Helena Lorimer, Sexual Health and Wellness Expert at JOUJOU