The Big Question: Where is the Male G Spot?

Guys, have you ever given your woman a g spot orgasm? For many guys, this is considered the holy grail of sexual performance. Most guys can’t give women a g spot orgasm during sex – they have to use their finger. Even then, a lot of guys just can’t get the job done. However if you have ever done it, then you know just how wild and intense it can be. You can tell by the way her body moves as she cries out and gasps for breath. Some women even ejaculate this way! It’s pretty satisfying to be able to give a woman that kind of pleasure, but at the same time many guys find it frustrating that they can’t get that kind of pleasure themselves.

Or can they? In the past several years the idea of the male g spot has started to surface. So where is the male g spot, and what is it in the first place? The question of where is the male g spot is a little easier to answer, so we’ll start there. The male g spot is deep inside the male body, near the rectal cavity. One easy way to pinpoint the rough area is to locate your perineum. The perineum, which is sometimes jokingly called the taint, is a small patch of skin found between the scrotum sac and the anus.

If you’ve ever rubbed the perineum during sex or masturbation, you’ve probably noticed that it feels great. That’s because the male g spot is located just above it. That said, while the perineum is linked to the male g spot, it’s not the best way to stimulate it. So let’s find a more specific answer to the question of where is the male g spot.

Stimulating the male g spot “the right way” involves going in through the anus, into the rectal cavity and rubbing the prostate the wall of the rectum. It may seem like a lot of work but as good as it feels to stimulate the prostate via the perineum, this feels even better!

Now that we’ve answered the question of where is the male g spot, let’s answer some other common concerns about it. One of the big concerns that guys have about male g spot massage is that it’s unsanitary. This is a legitimate concern, but of course it’s no more or less sanitary than any other anal play. This is to say, it’s not unsanitary at all if you use the proper precautions. If you want to avoid any risk of fecal matter while stimulating your g spot, then just make sure to evacuate your bowels and then take a shower or bath and clean the area thoroughly. So long as you do that, you should have a healthy, clean and safe prostate exploration.

Another piece of advice is to use plenty of lube. You really can’t overdo it the lubrication when it comes to any kind of anal play. Lube helps ensure that things go smoothly and comfortably. For more advanced techniques you’ll have to find another guide, but this should get you started!