Why are men so afraid of their own backside? The Guyliner asks real men why they do and don't experiment with anal and explains what to do if you're interested in getting to know your prostate. Will we ever put our little hangups about the male G-spot behind us? Are you a lesser being if you indulge in some ass play? Does it tarnish your alpha male status? And if you are curious, where do you even start?
Yes, There's a Male G-Spot— and Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Find It
Do men have a G-spot? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Sex | The Guardian
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. That's because the prostate contains a ton of nerve endings in fact, there are almost as many nerve endings in the prostate as there are in the clitoris.
All about the G-Spot (and the A-Spot, the O-Spot...)
We want a G-spot too. Of course men want a G-spot too. A bit like the Isle of Skye.
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.