Before we begin, let’s clarify what the prostate gland is. If you have read our article on Prostate Cancer, you may skip this paragraph. If you have not, read on. When you ejaculate, you shoot out a mixture of fluids called semen. Now, semen is thought to be synonymous to sperm, which is a misconception. The sperm’s just 5-10% in the mixture, the rest are seminal plasma, prostatic fluid and pre-cum. For now, let’s skip the other two and focus on the prostate fluid. Prostate fluid is a thin, milky and alkaline fluid which occupies 14-33% of the mixture and is responsible neutralizing the acidic fluid of the vagina and the uterus so that the sperm cells don’t die. Prostatic fluid comes from the prostate gland.
When stimulated, it is the male equivalent of the G-spot, it will fill up with fluid and will change size and shape, and can make a man orgasm. Yes, there are a lot of things you don’t know about your body.
Now that we know what it does, it’s good to know where it is. It is somewhere between 3.5 to 4 inches inside your booty, past two of your anal sphincters. We can hear you giggling, the 12 year old in the house. Man up and mature about it because we are going to talk about butt stuff. When stimulated, it is the male equivalent of the G-spot, it will fill up with fluid and will change size and shape, and can make a man orgasm. Yes, there are a lot of things you don’t know about your body.
The massaging of this little known organ has great benefits, other than getting off. Firstly, it clears out the prostate duct, which runs between the glands and the rest of the reproductive and urinary system. It can also contribute to relieving painful ejactulation, correct erectile dysfunction, and better urine flow.
SO HOW DO YOU GO ABOUT IT? FLOW THESE STEPS:
Start in the shower. Clean your anal passage. Make sure you don’t have the need to take a dump. Get some warm water and soap to clean the place.
Dry up, and lie down.
If it is yourself or are performing on a partner, wear surgical gloves and lube the finger. Think of it as a hand condom. It’ll keep things safe and clean.
Begin by massaging the hole. You’ll feel a ring of muscle which is the first anal sphincter. It is voluntary, so if you’re tense, chill out and loosen it up.
Be gentle and slowly progress. Half an inch in and you’ll encounter another ring of muscle, which is the second anal sphincter. Unlike the first one, it is involuntary. So just be gentle and push forward.
Now that you’re inside, softly press against the penis and 3 to 4 inches ahead, you’ll discover the prostate. Many will say that it is walnut shaped but it differs from person to person. So the best way to know that you’ve found it is by feeling the change in tissue for it is a bit rugged and is circular.
Some people like direct pressure, some like feather touches. Different strokes for different folks. So just try various techniques like come-hither, windshield wipes, taps and so on. See what you like and if you’re performing on someone, pay attention to their response.
It is not supposed to hurt. We repeat. It is not supposed to hurt! Yes, it will feel a little weird at first, but not hurt. Be as gentle as possible and have fun with it.
Prostate massaging is not widely accepted by medical personels due to the risks. Vigorous prostate massaging may cause periprostatic hemorrhage, cellulitis, septicaemia, possible disturbance and metastasis of prostate cancer to other parts of the body, and hemorrhoidal flare-up, and rectal fissures. So be careful. Safe sex is fun sex.