The G Spot – Guys Have One Too!

How much do you know about the g spot? For many, it remains a huge mystery. Despite the fact that researchers have been studying this erogenous zone of women for over 70 years, there’s still no conclusive evidence as to whether or not exists or not! Well, actually, the question isn’t whether or not it exists, but whether or not it causes pleasure and more intense orgasms. While the facts about the female g spot are still in question, we actually know quite a bit about its male counterpart.

The idea of the g spot in males is something that has come about more recently. In fact, many men still don’t even know that they have this special pleasure center. This may be in part due to some confusion over the name. While the g spot in women is actually just shorthand for “grafenberg spot” (named after the man who first discovered it), the male g spot is just another name for the male prostate.

Most men are familiar with the prostates, if only vaguely. You’ve probably seen commercials advising you to have your prostate checked out if you are a middle-aged man or older, as it can become afflicted with cancer. However, the prostate isn’t all bad! Let’s learn more about it.

The prostate gland is a small round gland that is found in the lower abdomen. It’s found between the rectum and the bladder. This little gland has a few different jobs. One of them is to produce about 30% of the fluid that makes up a man’s semen. This fluid helps to protect the sperm as they work their way toward a woman’s egg. That’s neither here nor there, though. We’re here to talk about the prostate’s role as the male g spot!

So most guys will agree that the most satisfying orgasms are the ones that last the longest and where you shoot more and further. Since the prostate is responsible for producing a lot of seminal fluid, stimulating it causes exactly that type of orgasm. You’ll shoot more, shoot further and be able to enjoy that orgasmic bliss for a few seconds longer. Not to mention, the very act of stimulating the prostate is pleasurable in itself.

The only thing stopping prostate massage from becoming more mainstream is the fact that it requires anal penetration. A lot of heterosexual men take issue with the idea of anything going up their rear ends. A lot of guys believe that it is a “gay” thing to do and they have too much of a macho complex to even give it a chance. Others believe that anything involving the butt is unsanitary and even dangerous.

Neither of these things is true! There’s nothing inherently gay about stimulating this very erogenous zone, and it won’t “make you gay” either. Also, so long as you practice proper hygiene techniques and use plenty of lube, there’s no risk to any kind of anal stimulation. Don’t be afraid to experience the intense sensations that stimulating the male g spot can bring!