Prostate Orgasm: Everything You Need To Know
If you’re a neophyte when it comes to prostate orgasm, then let me begin by telling you that prostate orgasm is a phenomenon believed to occur in men that is similar to the G-spot orgasms in women. When I first read about prostate orgasm, I couldn’t help but feel like I’m missing out.So, all you lucky men out there – it’d be a crying shame if you didn’t give it a try; if for nothing, then at least to discern what all the hype is about. I know I would’ve… if I were a man.
On that wishful note, let’s get to the basics.
How to find the prostate:
The ‘P-spot’ is about 3-4 inches inside the anus, right below the bladder. It can be found more easily when the person is aroused because this is when the prostate begins to fill up with ejaculatory liquids – making it more conspicuous. It would feel like a ripe plum pressing against the anal canal. The best way to find it is to insert a finger into the male partner’s anus, and when it is about 3 inches in, curl it towards the navel. If you have trouble in finding the P-spot, then it might be a good idea to stimulate your partner’s penis to get them more aroused, as this will help the prostate swell up further, making it easier to find.
What does a prostate orgasm feel like?
Well, first of all be warned that not all men like the sensation. Every body is unique and responds differently to pleasure. Some men prefer plain old penis play, while some prefer prostate play. I know
a lot of men who like both. So, make sure that you talk it out with your partner first. Think of it this way – It is bad manners to stick your finger up someone’s butt without their clear consent, okay?
For the male receiving partner, the first time will positively feel strange – almost wrong! But that is totally natural. For those who fall in love with prostate stimulation and orgasms (which takes a lot of patience and hard work by the way), prostate orgasms feel totally different from those that comes from penis stimulation. The P-spot orgasms are supposed to be more prolonged, wholesome and expansive.
I speak for all women when I say that the difference between G-spot orgasms and ordinary orgasms are also on similar lines.
What are the top tips to keep in mind?
- Preparation is vital; especially whenever the anus/butt/bum/buttocks are involved. Inside the anal track, live at least a thousand different strains of bacteria – which you don’t want entering your body. Similarly, you don’t want to introduce pathogens into your partner’s butt-hole either. So, remember to wash up everything involved (hands, bum, toys) before and after sex.
- Unlike the vagina, the anus cannot self-lubricate. So, if you’re attempting to give your partner a prostate orgasm with your fingers, make sure you do it only with the use of adequate lubricant.
- There are vibrators especially designed for the butt-hole that work very well. Consider giving it a try. A toy will leave both your hands free to experiment further. Make sure that the vibrator is set in a fixed vibrational setting around the P-zone, for a focused stimulation.
- Lastly, transgender women are born with a prostate gland. Depending on the hormone treatments and surgeries undertaken, the sensations in the prostate may change. So, in case your partner is transgender female, you may have to fool around a little till you figure out what exactly works for her.