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Why does touching the prostate feel so good?

The gift that keeps on giving


 

This holiday season let’s unwrap the gift that never stops giving; your prostate. Nestled between the penis and the anus, the prostate is a tiny gland with a big role. Not only does it help with hormone production, it also regulates urine flow, creates seminal fluid which then goes on to mix with sperm to create semen AND can help you experience a mind blowing orgasm. 


Dubbed as the P-spot of the male G-spot, the prostate is a walnut sized organ that is shrouded in societal myths about masculinity and sexual orientation. Let’s get one thing straight, these beliefs are BULLSHIT and are designed by people who believe that pleasure is shameful. Enjoying stimulation of the prostate has nothing to do with your sexual orientation. And the fear of something being “gay” only exposes people’s homophobia. 



The Science Behind the Powerful Prostate Orgasm

The prostate is considered highly erogenous due to its high concentration of nerves. Similar to other erogenous areas on the body, such as the clitoris or penis, the prostate can elicit strong sexual arousal when stimulated. 


Since the prostate also plays a role in semen production, when stimulated it can intensify the sensations associated with ejaculation, contributing to heightened pleasure and more powerful orgasms. And during ejaculation, the prostate contracts rhythmically, aiding in the expulsion of semen. Stimulation of the prostate can enhance these contractions, potentially leading to more intense and prolonged orgasms.



Ways to Experience Prostate Stimulation

The Perineum Pathway

Also known as the taint, gooch, or grundle, the perineum is the sensitive patch of skin between the scrotum and the anus. Using fingers, a tongue, or a vibrator, stimulating this area increases blood flow and arousal. By applying pressure, you can indirectly stimulate the prostate, intensifying arousal and fostering more rigid erections.


The Backdoor Journey

Yes I am talking about going through the booty hole to directly stimulate the prostate. Since the prostate is located deep in your pelvic floor the best way of reaching it is actually through the anal canal. Unlike perineum massage, a little preparation is essential here. Whether that means you are douching to ensure cleanliness, or using a condom on fingers or toys to help maintain hygiene. 


Since the anus is a sphincter muscle that means that this muscle works to keep     passages blocked off when not excreting some type of bodily fluid or substance. So, opening it up might take a moment. Move slowly and make sure you use a lot of lube. 

Happy Exploring!

Exploring prostate stimulation is an individual experience that's not tied to sexual orientation. Remember, it's about personal pleasure, not societal stereotypes. Enjoy the journey, take it slow, and prioritize comfort and communication throughout the process.




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