Five Reasons You Should Try Prostate Play

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Put off by prostate massage? Well, you’re not alone…

The prostate is a walnut sized, semen-storing gland located at the root of the penis. The P-spot, also sometimes known as the male G-spot, is the area of the prostate that can be felt and stimulated. Research suggests that regular prostate massage reduces the risk of prostatitis, prostate cancer, symptoms of erectile dysfunction, and genital pain.

Taboo

Despite the immense pleasure that can found in the prostate, it is still relatively taboo among heterosexual men. Well, you’re missing out! A recent study found that the male orgasm is 33% more powerful when it is stimulated, and there are plenty more reasons why you should try it…

1) Experience Long-Lasting Scintillating Sensations

The prostate has the potential to deliver a much more powerful orgasm than that achieved through penile stimulation. Not only is it incredibly intense; many men experience long-lasting, even multiple orgasms and intense ejaculation when their prostate is massaged.

2) It’s Just What the Doctor Ordered

Prostate stimulation helps rid the body of prostatic fluid build-up in the glands, which in turn prevents men from getting an enlarged prostate and keeps the male sexual system healthy. It is also said to be a fantastic form of pain relief for those suffering with chronic prostatitis, and can help prevent erectile dysfunction. Massage helps bring blood to the area which hosts the penis – a good way to fight impotence.

3) Prostate Massage Can Be Applied Externally, Too

Still feeling pooh-pooh about prostate play?

Just because the it is located inside your partner doesn’t mean you need go in there to have fun. It can be stimulated externally through massaging the swath of skin located between your partner’s testicles and butt. For best results, do so while stimulating the penis.

4) Switch Up the Roles

Handing over the reins to a different rider can be extremely exhilarating and encourages you to step outside cemented gender roles. It allows the man to experience the vulnerability and receptivity of being penetrated. On top of the new sensations experienced, there is a great deal of submissive satisfaction to be gained from allowing someone else to be in control. 

5) There Are So Many Products Available to Play With!

There are so many prostate massage products available for you and your man. massagers are shaped and designed with his anatomy in mind. The Ebony Vibrating Prostate Massager (£19.99, kinky.co.uk) features a series of ripples along the shaft that are perfectly positioned to reach his inner hot spots. The soft noduled arm remains outside the body to tease the perineum. Switch on the powerful vibrating bullet and experience simultaneous stimulation that’s hard to resist. The anus is not self-lubricating, so remember to use plenty of lube!

Want to ease your way in slowly? Why not start with a lubed finger instead?

Begin by gently massaging the rectal opening. When you’re ready, insert the finger slowly and gently into the anus and gently move it around without going deeper than an inch (or less if it’s uncomfortable). For a deeper exploration, insert the finger in an upwards direction until you come to a soft rounded tissue. Once you have reached the prostate, gently stroke the side in a ‘come here’ motion.

Safety and Hygiene

It goes without saying that hygiene is important. It is important to shower and clean out the anus beforehand. Through washing beforehand, it reduces the risk that germs will spread, it limits unpleasant smells and tastes, and it helps allay any fears about hygiene and cleanliness.

This may sound obvious, but make sure you clean your anal toys thoroughly after every use. This is even more important if you share your toys with your partner. There are products available that are marketed as sex toy cleaners, however, how soapy water will also do the trick.

Here are some general do’s and don’ts which we promise will make the experience as pleasurable as possible:

Do – trim fingernails, go to the toilet before getting started, using plenty of lube, stop if you experience pain.

Don’t – press too hard onto the central area, force your toy or finger in, massage the prostate if you have prostate cancer, calculi, or prostatitis.

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