Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Questions about the Males G-Spot or A Spot



The A Spot is a place is a place that is a place that is more pronounced for the man then the women. The female may have G-Spot though the men have their “A” Spot. Also called the stimulation of the prostate; sadly with a lot of issue surrounding sodomy, gay sex, and homophobia many dare even want to touch the subjects.  Many toys have been made to achieve orgasm or to stimulate the prostate though very few articles have been written. Sadly you will find more videos then actual articles. And a lot of the articles out there are written basically to sell a product not really to educate.


We find that the A-Spot that is often called the Males G-spot as some writers have found another orgasmic area of the female’s vagina titled the “A” Spot. A lot less confusion is to just forget about naming a particular spot and just talk about the prostate. Which both men and women both have though we only talk about the males and even though we talk about anal play and it being pleasurable we must remember that the prostate is not considered to be a part of the anus. The prostate also is a part of the body in the male that controls urine and semen. As doctors are now finding out that stimulation and massaging of the prostate is good for a man’s general health not just his prostate help. To help us understand more I have included quotes below and optional resources on learning more about your prostate health.
As with the women’s G-Spot insertion in the anus with finger is to the opposite direction then with the G-Spot; so instead of saying “come hither” we are saying”go away. ” In the meantime, you can begin with him lying on his back. Insert your finger(s) about an inch or so, and when your partner is comfortable, move your finger(s) in an upward motion along the wall of the rectal lining that faces the front of his body. Try to locate a round bulb of tissue — this is the prostate.”


“Be aware that receiving anal stimulation may cause feelings of having to go to the bathroom. More often than not, this is just a "feeling" that the stimulation causes and may take some getting used to. If your partner indeed does find pleasure from this experience, it might set him over the edge if you rhythmically or irregularly press on his prostate gland before or during ejaculation. It is even possible for men to orgasm through prostate stimulation alone.” (1)http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/2246.html)
(2) Anal Pleasure and Health by Jack Morin




The problems with this lack of education whatever your sexual preference is the ability to choose, not hindered by fear or prejudice. Why do we have a thousand more articles about the women then the man? Why are educational videos flagged on the internet about prostate health? Fear -Homophobia-Lack of understanding. Men need to come forward with more questions about their bodies as do women without fear of condensing looks or labels by society.

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