How many answers do you know? And, the answers to the quiz will be at the end. Being informed about your anatomy—knowing where things are located in your body—is an important first step for anyone having anal sex. During anal sex, the penis or dildo, or whatever is inserted into the anus, past the external and internal sphincter muscles, and into the rectum. The rectum is connected to the sigmoid colon, which is where poop is collected and stored by your body before you are ready to take a poop. It can take hours until it fills up and you have to defecate. When we talk about stretching the muscles for anal sex… what muscles are we talking about?
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If a man is feeling both brave and excited, you can stimulate this magical spot directly. You can also stimulate the male g-spot indirectly from outside the body, by stroking the perineum. While for many couples, learning how to stimulate the prostate is breaking all new sexual ground, there are some pretty compelling reasons to leave your comfort zone and get frisky with his g-spot. The male g-spot is woefully ignored in so many men, so the first time you go for his prostate, it may be an incredible first-time experience for him. Anything from cigarette smoking to high blood pressure, to plain old everyday garden variety stress can keep a man from getting an erection. And of course, once you get stressed about not getting hard, that stress keeps feeding into itself, making erection more and more difficult.
This sensitive, walnut-size gland is located within the body, behind the penis, and it contains tons of nerve endings, making it a perfect target for pleasure. It is most easily stimulated through the rectum and responds well to very gentle touch, whether from lubed-up fingers or from toys designed to be prostate massagers. Since it can be more than a little intimidating to just casually dive right into butt play without having a game plan, there are a few things you should know about how to approach male G-spot stimulation as well as some solid and useful background on exactly what this gland is. Yep, this works on men, similarly to how you locate the female G-spot!
Why are men so afraid of their own backside? The Guyliner asks real men why they do and don't experiment with anal and explains what to do if you're interested in getting to know your prostate. Will we ever put our little hangups about the male G-spot behind us? Are you a lesser being if you indulge in some ass play? Does it tarnish your alpha male status? And if you are curious, where do you even start? But if no other men are in the room and an object is being introduced by a woman, isn't that pretty