We need to talk about your bum. Your walnut-shaped G-spot, or prostate gland, or P-spot, if you prefer, is two inches or so inside the rectum; it needs no map or GPS — you require only two hands and an ability to get over yourself. Very much into your Highway Code and keen to observe one-way traffic? Does it really matter what other people think of your sexual peccadilloes? Take it from me — no not like that, well, not until you buy me a drink anyway — sexuality is a state of mind.
Here Are the Most Important Things You Need to Know About Stimulating a Guy’s Prostate
Male G spot: The science behind it, location, and more
For many men, the idea of someone touching their prostate you know, that walnut-sized gland between the bladder and the penis sounds about as appealing as getting a root canal. But for other men—straight, gay, bisexual , and bicurious —exploring the prostate can bring new heights of sexual excitement and pleasure. It's so pleasurable, in fact, that some sexual health experts have dubbed the prostate the "male G-spot. Spoiler : Prostate orgasms lead to far more intense orgasms.
The story you're about to read was published prior to our April investigation on the G-spot. The truth is: It doesn't exist. Learn more here. Just like its mysterious G-spot counterpart, the P-zone seems equally shrouded in conflicting advice on where it is, how to find it, and how to stimulate it most effectively for both of you. This sensitive, walnut-size gland is located within the body, behind the penis, and it contains tons of nerve endings, making it a perfect target for pleasure.
And yes, I said spots. Are you familiar with the four-spot method? Do you enjoy orgasms that last? Do you enjoy orgasms at all? Even so, I wonder whether lesbians are any more informed than straight men and women about the various yum-buttons mentioned above.