The prostate gland is one of the most overlooked sexual organs. Prostate stimulation through prostate massage is part of maintaining a man’s peak sensual health and is very pleasurable!
What Is the prostate?
The prostate (also known as the P-spot) is a walnut-sized (but not as hard) gland that surrounds the urethra, the tube that urine passes through, just below the bladder and at the root of the penis. Its main function is to secrete a fluid that helps carry the seminal fluid, which carries sperm.
During a massage and arousal, the prostate enlarges and fluid is released during ejaculation…and magically your prostate is cleaned. When the prostate is ignored, semen becomes stagnant in the prostate and creates a buildup of bacteria that can cause swelling.
Where is the prostate?
When a man lies on his back, insert the longest finger into his rectum, then curve it up towards his belly. You should then be able to feel a walnut-sized bump.
What are the benefits of a prostate massage?
Regular prostate massage reduces the risk of prostatitis, prostate cancer, genital pain, erectile dysfunction, impotence, and frequent nighttime urination or urination pain. It also improves overall erectile function and increases seminal fluid and circulation.
Why should I try a prostate massage?
The prostate is the male version of the female G-spot. When the prostate is stimulated, your orgasms are more intense, bigger, and more expansive than any other kind of orgasm.
Am I gay if I massage my prostate?
Many men have concerns about prostate stimulation because anal penetration is part of prostate play and how it relates to sexual orientation. It just so happens that the only way to reach the prostate is anally. You can’t avoid it. However, your sexual orientation is not about specific sex acts---it’s about the gender of the person you want to have sex with.
Will it hurt?
No! Many men experience more powerful, longer-lasting and sometimes multiple orgasms and intense ejaculation when the prostate is massaged.