The Penis and the Male G-Spot

 

 

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The Pleasure Stick (Penis)

Many of us have names for our partners’ penis, usually a reflection of what it can do or our fantasies of what it can produce. One of the commonest names for the penis is pleasure stick or pleasure. There are four pleasure zones on the penis that you need to familiarize yourself with as you seek to improve your craft. These are described below:

 

 

Head: This is most sensitive and sexually arousing part of the penis. It is extremely rich in nerve endings, but not as much as the clitoris.

Frenulum: This is a layer of tissue under the glans penis that connects to the foreskin. It helps contract the foreskin over the glans. It is the area of the penis where the pleasure nerves are most concentrated.

Rim: The outer area of the anus which is believed to be very sensitive.

Underside: The soft area at the underside of the penis which if pressed firmly can create intense pleasure.

 

Here are some tips on stimulating the penis:

Quick strokes: The head, frenulum and rim are all very responsive to rapid stroking and or licking.

Firm pressure:The underside of the penis where it is softer is ideal for slow firm pressure. Squeeze this area firmly to produce intense pleasure.

 

 

The Most Sensitive Part of the Penis

 

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The Male G-Spot

Many people believe that only women have G-Spot and in fact many men are unaware of the fact that they do have a G-Spot. The G-Spot for both male and female is believed to be the area that creates the most intense orgasms.

So where is the male G-Spot? It is the prostate gland!

The prostate is the brown-shaded area in the diagram below. It secretes fluid that nourishes and protects sperm.

 

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The prostate gland lies just between the bladder and the penis and in front of the rectum[1]. To get to the prostate and possibly the most intense orgasm you will ever have therefore means stimulation via the rectum. For many heterosexual males in the region, especially in countries where there is still significant homophobia, this may remain elusive as anal stimulation is believed to be only practised by homosexual males. Despite being taboo, it is worth trying with your partner. Here are a few tips from J in Jamaica on how to stimulate the male G-Spot.

 

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Experimenting with Sex:  The Male G-Spot

 

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For more details about the Male G-Spot read:

http://www.askmen.com/dating/vanessa/23_love_secrets.html#ixzz1snrURthr



Note: It is always recommended that you use condoms for every sex act, whether with your clients or your regular partners

 

 


[1]Men’s Health: The Prostate Gland. Accessed April 16, 2012 at http://men.webmd.com/picture-of-the-prostate