Did you know that the prostate orgasm is about 30% stronger than an orgasm with a penis? The male orgasm is bigger, more intense, and longer lasting when the prostate is stimulated.
Myth: The prostate massage is only for gay men.
FACT: 71% of straight men in a relationship have tried or would consider trying a prostate massager. Anal stimulation does NOT make you gay. What makes you gay is determined by the partner you are with.
Myth: The prostate massage if only for medical reasons.
FACT: The prostate massge is not just for medical reasons, it's also VERY pleasurable.
Myth: There are NO differences between a prostate orgasm and a penile orgasm OR the penile orgasm is stronger than the prostate orgasm.
FACT: Studies show that the prostate orgasm is STRONGER than a penile orgasm.
Prostate massagers stimulate the p-spot and improve the health of the prostate. Prostate vibrators are male vibrators that use vibration to stimulate the prostate.
What Is The Prostate?
The prostate is a chestnut-sized gland in people born with penises. It’s often called the ‘male G-spot’ or the ‘P-spot’ because it brings deep sexual pleasure to some people when it’s stimulated.
Where Is The Prostate?
The prostate is located a few inches inside the anus toward the belly. It’s near the root of the penis (the place inside the body where the penis starts), just below the bladder. This is why people with prostate issues have to pee a lot: it’s pressing against the bladder.
To find the prostate with your fingers, insert one or two and move them in an upward motion along the wall of the rectum that faces the front of the body.
What Does The Prostate Do?
The prostate helps with reproduction and orgasm. It creates a fluid that protects sperm and helps with ejaculation. This fluid helps sperm move more quickly and stay alive longer after ejaculation. Prostate fluid actually makes up about 30% of ejaculate and is responsible for the bitter taste.