Many believe that only females have a G-spot, but guess what, males have a G-spot as well! Fear no more gentlemen; you have a pleasure spot also. There’s always been a treasure hunt out there for the mysterious female g-spot, because many may not know that a male g-spot existed. Let’s take a look into this mystery.
Generally, the G-Spot is short for Grafenberg’s spot, named after the doctor who discovered it. When stimulated correctly, it is known to give off intense pleasure and trigger an orgasm. There’s no exact blue print on how to get to the G-Spot since everyone’s bodies are different, but we can pin point the general location. The male G-Spot is located in the prostate, which is a walnut size gland between the bladder and the penis. Who knew the gland that contributes to the fluids that make up semen serves pleasurable purposes also! It can be stimulated externally, from the perineum, the skin located between the scrotum and the anus. Internally, one would feel for the walnut-shaped lump.
As pleasurable as it may sound, be sure to talk to your partner before attempting the new expedition. You want to make sure you and your partner are comfortable with the idea. Keep in mind engaging in sexual behaviors can put one at risk for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Be sure to use barrier methods to prevent STIs.