Where is a guys gspot

Duration: 4min 43sec Views: 1918 Submitted: 24.12.2019
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Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox. But there is another key spot that often gets forgotten about. You might have gathered from various teen movies that this key male pleasure zone is in his anus. A guy's prostate — the walnut-size gland under his bladder — is the ultimate magic button to push if you want to blow his mind in bed. To stimulate it you can stroke the swath of skin between his testicles and anus partway through oral sex or intercourse. When you sense he's close to orgasm, rhythmically press the area every second until he reaches the big-O.

Hitting the G-spot

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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.

How to find and stimulate HIS G-spot – this sex move will blow his mind

The P-spot is well renowned for its orgasmic abilities — when done right, the prostate can cause extreme, full-body orgasms for men, resulting in tingling sensations all over their bodies. During ejaculation, millions of sperm move from the testes through tubes called the vas deferens into the area of the prostate. At this point, the prostate contracts, closing off the opening between the bladder and the urethra, releasing fluid into and pushing semen out. So, if the main function of the prostate is to aid in ejaculation, what makes it so pleasurable? Nerves from the plexus also travel to the vesiculae seminale s of the prostate, which are the glands that secrete seminal fluid.
The prostate gland is a chestnut-sized organ, shaped like a doughnut, present only in males. The Prostate Gland is located between the bladder and the rectum, beneath the seminal vesicle, and surrounding the urethra see image on left. It can be accessed through the rectum. Take your time, as the outer third of his rectum is the most sensitive. When your partner is ready, begin moving your finger in and out, millimeters at a time, until he is relaxed enough to allow more movement.