Men also have their own G-spot, the key to a special orgasm. We tell you how to find it

Men have a G-spot that stimulates an amazing orgasm

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You've probably heard of the G-spot, that elusive part of the female body, the stimulus that gives women a great orgasm. Now sex experts tend to believe that there really is no G-spot, and stimulation of different parts of the clitoris gives an effect. But there is something else that is certain - the male "G-spot", which guarantees a great sensation.

What is the male G-spot?

The male G-spot is what sexologists call the prostate, a small walnut-sized organ inside the rectum that produces sperm and is surrounded by a large cluster of sensory nerve endings. This is a very sensitive erogenous zone, the stimulation of which can really cause an intense and prolonged orgasm, "giving" to the whole body. Some experts also believe that prostate orgasms can be stronger and last longer than normal penile orgasms.

How to find the male G-spot

There are two main areas to stimulate to get to the prostate and find your G-spot.

The perineum between the testes and the anus

The small area between the "root" of the testicles and the anus is a very sensitive place. If you gently stimulate this place with your fingers, gradually increasing the pressure, you can achieve a strong and vivid sensation. It can also be very pleasant to stimulate this point with your tongue - if, of course, your partner agrees.

Rectal wall

Since the prostate itself is located directly in the rectum, the strongest effect is possible from its direct stimulation. Here's how to secure it yourself:

  • Take a comfortable position. You may need to sit or lie down.
  • Make sure your hands are clean and apply lubricant to your fingers and anus.
  • Slowly insert your finger into the rectum - you may need to move slowly, usually the G-spot is located at a distance of about 4-5 centimeters.
  • Press on the rectal wall closest to the front of the body.
  • Feel for any signs of pleasure or increased sensitivity.
  • Moving slowly and carefully, remove your finger from the anus.

Your partner can do the same. If you simultaneously stimulate the "outer" area of the prostate, in the gap between the anus and testicles, with another hand or tongue, the sensation will be sharper.