Sexy Tips on Sex

November 2017

Man’s G spot? Where are you hiding?

 

There’s a lot of controversy about a woman’s G spot. Some say it doesn’t exist. I say, “Yes it does!”

Does a man have a G Spot? Yes, he does. Men have a spot on their body that is extremely sensitive; getting to it is another situation. Keep reading and allow me to explain.

It’s the prostate or perineum. Surprised? In my opinion, there are several ways to approach the prostate, which is inside the anus.

You can start by touching, gently fondling, caressing with finger play. With a lubed finger or thumb massages with a little pressure his perineum, in the area between the base of his penis and his anus.

It’s a very smooth piece of skin and supersensitive, and for some, it’s very erotic. The best sexual position for this is doggie style with taking your hand and finger reaching backward or when you’re performing oral sex.

His partner will be able to tell by the way he moves, moans, and reacts. For most men, it causes a very deep, more sensitive climax. Just like us, women can have several different intensifying climaxes. So, can men.

The second approach it’s not for everyone, but if your partner is open to something different, you might want to try.

Start with a lubed glove or a finger (condom) over your finger or a small butt plug and slowly enter his anus.

Most important is that he is sexually excited because that releases the tension as you enter his bum. There’s all kinds of information on this. If he’s willing just to experiment, talk about it first. Then try. If it doesn’t feel good, or if you don’t like it and he’s not comfortable, then do something different but, the communication is the key.

I recommend a book called the “Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure” by Charlie Glickman, Aislinn Emirzina and Debbie Herbenick.

A few tips:

  • Go Slow, start slow
  • Gentle pressure
  • Make sure your nail has no sharp edges
  • Start with small toys, slim vibrator or finger vibrator
  • Try different types of stroking, rubbing and circling the anus
  • Try curving motion from front to back
  • Do not use the same toy for anus then for vagina; keep separate.
  • Your man might not really be interested or says NO! But he might be Ok with rubbing and massaging his perineum. If that and that alone pleases him, and it brings him pleasure, then that’s GREAT!

 

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