While it’s widely accepted that women have G-spots, it’s less common knowledge that some men do have G-spots as well.
Do men have G-spots? Get the full inside scoop
Do men have G-spots? It’s a legit question. And, most likely, one of many that have gone unanswered during your 8th-grade sex education. But the short answer is yes, men do have G-spots. It’s another term for your prostate, a walnut-sized gland located between your bladder and penis, which is highly sensitive. In this article, you’ll find everything you need to know about men having G-spots: how to locate it, how to unlock its hidden potential for orgasm, and even how to “milk” it.
Men do have G-spots, but some don’t know how to truly enjoy it
Since men do have G-spots (at least all cisgender men and those identified as male at birth have them), why aren’t you raring to rock yours already? Well, it’s not that simple. The male G-spot, a.k.a. your prostate gland, is “hiding” inside of your body, and the best way to unlock its potential for pleasure is by penetrating yourself with a finger or sex toy like We-Vibe Vector.
Some men who do have G-spots may feel resistance toward this type of exploration. Social conditioning (“I’m not ready to explore my body!”) and fear of pain (“It’s going to hurt!”) may be in the way of unleashing the new and exciting sensations your male G-spot holds.
If any of these fears are stopping you, rest assured. Enjoying anal stimulation is absolutely normal in men. And when it comes to fear of pain, you must start slow. Many men carry years of stored tension in the area, so you need to start by massaging that tension out. The slower you go in the beginning, the more fun you’ll have later.
Stimulating the prostate can produce oh-so pleasurable sensations. With time and practice, you can even have intense prostate orgasms.
Are you ready to take the plunge and make your G-spot work for you?
How to locate your male G-spot
Okay, now you know that men do have G-spots, that your prostate is your male G-spot, and that you can get intense pleasure from this little gland. You’re ready and willing to explore something new. But how do you locate it, exactly?
The prostate is located about two inches inside of the rectum, between your anus and penis. There are two ways of reaching and stimulating your prostate. One is from the outside of your body, and another by entering your anus.
By the way, the prostate swells up with arousal, so the more turned-on you are, the easier it will be to find it.
First, start on the outside
You can feel your prostate from the outside of your body when you place firm pressure on your perineum–the soft skin between your scrotum and anus. Some men who have G-spots find it highly relaxing to have the area massaged firmly, with two or three fingers at a time.
Outside pressure may even cause the sensation of a desire to urinate. That’s when you know you’re on point.
Maybe you have felt around it while masturbating already. Or perhaps a partner has touched you there and you’ve felt an exciting sensation. That pleasure comes from your prostate, and it can even lead to male G-spot orgasms.
Locate your prostate from the inside
Internal prostate stimulation is the secret to male prostate orgasms. If you’ve never played with your prostate before, here’s a step-by-step guide to helping you get started with male anal G-spot stimulation.
- Lie on your back and relax. Take a few deep breaths into your belly. Make the conscious commitment to slow down and let go of any goals.
- Apply a generous amount of silicone-based lube and massage the outside of your anus.
- Once you’re ready, slowly enter one finger. If you experience some discomfort at first, know that it’s normal and will soon disappear. If there’s real pain, however, back off and continue massaging the outside.
- About 2 inches in on the front wall of your anal lining, you’ll feel a fleshy bulb of tissue that feels different from the rest of the tissue in there. That’s your prostate.
- Circle your finger over it as if you were polishing a mirror. This alone is going to give you intense pleasure and has the potential to turn into orgasm.
Do men have G-spot orgasms?
Every body is different, but if you’re a man who does have a G-spot, you can potentially orgasm on it. These orgasms are very powerful and can be felt throughout the whole body, causing it to shudder and convulse with energy.
It may, however, take patience and practice to experience them.
Some men do not ejaculate during G-spot orgasms but release a few drops of milky fluid from the urethra. Others can produce this milky fluid without orgasming, simply by pushing firmly on the prostate and squeezing the fluid out.
Remember to take things easy and feel around gently at first. Massage and stroke rather than poke and prod, and you should start to feel the sensations intensify. You may get hard at this point. That’s great.
Stimulating your penis at the same time helps a lot. And since your hands are busy, a sex toy can be useful. The more pleasure you’re feeling in your penis, the more you’ll be able to enjoy your prostate as well.
Do men have G-spots? The bottom line
All cisgender men and those who were assigned male at birth have a male G-spot. It’s also known as the prostate or P-spot in men and is located about two inches inside of your body. Although it can be massaged from the outside, the best way to stimulate it is through anal play.
When touched correctly, men who have G-spots can achieve intense, new orgasms. Stroking your penis while massaging your prostate can intensify your pleasure even more. If you’re playing with your prostate while masturbating, consider using sex toys to enhance your pleasure and stimulate your penis and prostate at the same time.