What is a Prostate Orgasm?



The M Spot. The Male G Spot. The P Spot. We’re talking about your prostate. I’m sure you’ve heard of it. It’s the reason men over 40 dread their yearly check-ups. Did you also know that the prostate gland, when massaged, creates very intense sexual pleasure? This is a prostate orgasm. Did you know you can have multiple prostate orgasms in addition to your ejaculatory orgasm? Prostate orgasms are very intense and long-lasting and do not diminish the erection. 

How does that sound?

Imagine experiencing multiple, intense orgasms and still being able to continue giving her orgasms for hours and hours! That right there should be incentive enough to want to try it. In case it isn’t, you’ll also be interested to know that men who have regular prostate orgasms are generally happier and healthier. They are also more in tune with their bodies and the bodies of their sexual partners. This connectedness is at the heart of the best sexual relationships. You’re happy and healthier; she’s happier and healthier. That’s a win-win, is it not?

Ejaculation and Orgasm

Many people use ejaculation and orgasm interchangeably, but they are not one and the same. Although ejaculation frequently occurs during an orgasm produced by penile stimulation, they are two separate occurrences. With a little patience and practice, men can train themselves to be multi-orgasmic without ejaculating. They won’t lose interest and desire. They won’t become fatigued or sleepy, either

You may have heard of the “hands free” orgasm. This occurs when the prostate orgasms and/or ejaculates without penile stimulation.

How do you stimulate the prostate? Some men find their prostate is ultra-sensitive, so use your personal preference to find the right spot for you. Many are able to achieve prostate orgasms from applying firm upward pressure on the perineum (or “taint”). Others are able to achieve prostate orgasm from squeezing their sphincter muscles in a certain pattern. And still others require internal stimulation,  whether with a finger, a prostate massager, a butt plug, or a dildo.

How to Stimulate the Prostate

If you’ve never stimulated your prostate before, the first order of business will be to locate the walnut shaped gland. It sits in front of the rectum and just underneath the bladder. The easiest way to do this is to wait until you are aroused because the prostate swells during arousal. You’ll want to find a position that is comfortable and still allows you to reach the prostate. Lying on your side and squatting are two of the most common positions for prostate massage. If this is your first time, it’s going to take a while, so you’ll probably want to lie on your side. You might want to put a pillow or two between your knees.

Add to Your Repertoire

Once you’re nice and comfortable, you can start using your well-lubed (and gloved if you prefer) index and middle finger to massage the perineum and anus in a gentle rhythmic circular motion. As you feel the sphincter muscle start to relax, gently press on the anus with either the index or the middle finger. Continue the rhythmic circular pattern as you apply pressure until you can comfortably slip the tip of your finger inside. Gently move the finger tip side to side and front to back, until you are comfortably able to slide the finger in and out. As you are applying pressure to slip the finger inside, it may help to bear down gently.

Once the finger is all the way inside, turn the palm toward the front and make the “come here” motion, bending and straightening the finger. If you aren’t feeling the stimulation on the prostate, gently explore with the finger while continuing this motion. The prostate is hyper-sensitive so it just takes a light touch toward the center of the walnut sized organ.

What’s wonderful about this kind of orgasm, besides its pleasure, is how prostate play masturbation can add so much to your repertoire of orgasm fun.


Don’t be Afraid to Experiment

Some men are able to achieve prostate orgasm simply by using their finger(s) for stimulation. Many find that the best way to achieve  the “super-O” or “super orgasm” is through the use of erotic toys. The Aneros is designed specifically for prostate stimulation. It’s the number one name in prostate massage aids. The Aneros is shaped in such a way that when the sphincter is contracted, it tilts towards, and stimulates, the prostate. The stronger the contraction, the more intense the stimulation. Many men have achieved “hands-free” prostate orgasms through the use of this device. The Aneros can also be used for prostate milking, a procedure often required for those who are in long term chastity or long term orgasm denial.

Other toys that can be used for prostate stimulation are anal beads, butt plugs, dildos, and vibrating massagers, such as the silver bullet.

The most important thing to remember is to be prepared and patient.

Before beginning any type of anal play or stimulation, make sure the area has been cleansed, both internally and externally, and that you’re relaxed. Tensing up will make it very difficult to achieve the desired results, so be sure to allow yourself a good amount of time to experiment. Go at a pace that is comfortable for you and make sure to use plenty of lube. There are several kinds made specifically for anal play.

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