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What — and Where — Is the Male G-Spot?

What — and Where — Is the Male G-Spot?

When we hear about the word g-spot, we often associate it with women. But did you know that there is also a male g-spot? It is not often talked about because of the common perception that men are the only ones who give pleasure during sexual activities or don’t require any help in achieving orgasm.

It is time to debunk the stigma of breaking away from rigid sexual roles. Women are just as capable of giving pleasure the same way men do, and the first thing women need to do is to learn all about the male g-spot.

What and Where Is the Male G-Spot?

Some people may think that the male g-spot is in the testicular or penile area, however, it is in neither of those areas. The g-spot in men is actually located in the prostate gland.

Men who have shared their experiences about prostate-induced orgasms have stated that they experienced a more intense and quicker orgasm when they had their prostate glands massaged, either by a toy, a finger, or a penis. If stimulation directly comes in contact with the rectum, men will experience tremendous pleasure.

Prostate-induced orgasms are also compared to a woman’s g-spot since both give intense feelings of pleasure. What’s more, some men experience prostate orgasms so intense that they are felt all over their body.

The prostate is located below the bladder and is similar in size to a walnut. It is where seminal fluid is produced, and from here, this fluid gets mixed with sperm from the testicles, forming the ejaculate that comes out of the penis during an orgasm.

Research on the male g-spot is scant. However, one hypothesis on the cause of extreme pleasure in the prostate gland is that the nerves that surround the prostate gland itself make it sensitive to sexual stimulation.

What Does The Male G-Spot Do?

The functions of a prostate gland in the male anatomy involves the reproductive system, ejaculation, and ecstasy of an orgasm. The primary function of the prostate gland would be to produce fluid that gives nourishment to the sperm and transports sperm.

Which Is More Pleasurable? Penile Stimulation or Prostate Stimulation?

There is no clear answer to this question, as there is still more to study when it comes to which area of stimulation generates more intense pleasure. Some say that prostate stimulation surpasses penile stimulation. But this is based purely on the experiences shared by men who have actually experienced both. With that said, the experiences of these men may not be true for the entire male populace.

Sexual Dysfunction in Men

Men do not always feel the desire to have sex. And also, they may not always be capable of sustaining sexual activities due to several problems. Some of the most common sexual problems in men include:

  • Erectile dysfunction: This occurs when a man shows signs of difficulty in keeping an erection.
  • Ejaculation problems: Men do not always ejaculate despite receiving stimulation from their partner. There are two types of problems in ejaculation. One would be premature ejaculation (it happens too early). The second would be when ejaculation takes too long to happen, or not at all.
  • Desire disorders: This refers to the lack of desire in men to have sex or engage themselves in any sexual contact.
  • Low testosterone: This problem occurs when the testosterone levels of men decrease. Once this happens it often leads to low sex drive, fatigue, irritability, depression, and erectile dysfunction, as well as reduced muscle mass.

The good thing is, there are medications and treatments to address these sexual problems.

Key Takeaway

As it is with women, sexual pleasure in men is not confined to one area. Men also have a g-spot, an area which when stimulated will lead to intense pleasure. Now, couples can make use of this information to please their male partners and introduce new dimensions of pleasure.

Learn more about Sexual Wellness here.

Hello Health Group does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Sources

Prostate gland, https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/prostate-cancer/multimedia/prostate-gland/img-20006060, Accessed July 18, 2021

What is a prostate-induced orgasm? https://www.issm.info/sexual-health-qa/what-is-a-prostate-induced-orgasm/, Accessed July 18, 2021

Prostate-induced orgasm, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ca.23006, Accessed July 18, 2021

Sexual dysfunction, https://familydoctor.org/condition/sexual-dysfunction/, Accessed July 18, 2021

Low Testosterone: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment, https://www.urologyhealth.org/urology-a-z/l/low-testosterone, Accessed July 18, 2021

 

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Written by Jen Mallari Updated 3 weeks ago
Fact Checked by Cesar Beltran
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