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Do men have a G spot too?

The female G spot remains as unattainable as the holy grail for some women, and it’s the same story for men! However, this area of “extreme sensitivity” does exist in men: just follow this guide!

Do men have a G spot?
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The path to pleasure is often a windy, treacherous road. Is there really an area of stimulation in the male body which guarantees an orgasm? Maybe, according to Doctor Gérard Leleu1, who says a woman who knows what she is doing can spot and stimulate this little area (which he has christened the “B spot”) to excite her partner’s sexual arousal. It is situated in the perineum, which is the area between the scrotum and anus. Gentle but firm pressure will give your man pleasure, accentuating his erection and even provoking ejaculation when applied at just the right time. From G to B, could this new letter totally change your sex life? Maybe, since the “B spot” is a part of the body that is intrinsically linked to pleasure, the prostate! And while “there is no area in the male body which corresponds directly to the G spot in women, some men will appreciate a little pressure applied to their prostate while their anuses are caressed”, Dr. Jean Belaïsh explains in his reference book2.

The prostate, a key to male pleasure....

The prostate is actually a little gland the size and shape of a chestnut and is located underneath the bladder surrounding the urethra. It not only plays a role in the production of sperm, but is also involved in the orgasm and ejaculation. Explained more fully, during ejaculation, after the ejaculatory ducts have filled, the prostate contracts and prostatic secretions mix with the seminal fluid3. Then, the bulbocavernosus muscles contract, expelling the sperm in a jerk reaction towards the urethra in the penis. These muscle spasms play a large part in the feeling of pleasure at the moment of ejaculation.

A practical guide:

Some men will therefore appreciate a little bit of stimulation in this area through the anus. It is a key spot for male pleasure and curiously, the tissue structures here are similar to those of the female G spot! To go about stimulating the B spot, all you have to do is slip a finger in your partner’s anus in order to find this sensitive area (easily located due to its physical characteristics), touch and massage the gland and the curves a few centimetres inside the anal canal. You need to be really dexterous and very gentle (use a good lubricant too) so that the stimulation feels good, and is not like a rectal examination of the prostate by a doctor, something most men dread! Now you have all you need to know, give the male G spot a go!

 

Sources:

  1. "Le traité des caresses", (A treaty of caresses) by Dr Gérard Leleu, ed. J'ai Lu
  2. "Questions d'hommes", (Men’s matters) Drs Jean Belaïsch and Anne de Kervasdoué, Ed. Odile Jacob
  3. “Ejaculation chez l'homme: Physiologie, conservation chirurgicale de l'éjaculation, Progrès en urologie”, (Male ejaculation: Physiology, surgical correction of ejaculation, Progress made in urology), 1999 , vol. 9 , no. 2 , pp. 305-309, HERMABESSIERE J. , GUY L. , BOITEUX J.-P.

Posted 18.07.2012


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