Orgasms, orgasms, orgasms! Who the heck doesn’t love them!

Orgasms are the sweetest part of life, sometimes helping us relieve stress, pressure, and of course, release those juices from within.

How about if you were told that ejaculating from the “D” is not the only way to get the big O?

In case you’re lost in translation, the “D” is referring to dick or diplomatically referred to as the penis. The big O is of course, an orgasm. So, why don’t you hop in for a ride to orgasm island, you might just cum to realize some awesome facts and information.

Did you know? 

According to sciencealert.com, the average male penile orgasm lasts between 3 to 10 seconds. 

While that’s amazing, a penile orgasm seems to be a quick rush of tingling pleasure felt through the penis, for just a couple of seconds.

However, a prostate orgasm has been described as a surge of ecstasy that runs through your body for a much longer time, leaving you squirming and twitching in convulsions of hard core pleasure.

Biology seems to only allow males to experience a prostate orgasm, although women are said to have Skene’s glands which are the nearest thing to a male prostate. Even though women do not have a prostate like men, they still have their erogenous zones too.

However our focus is on the male erogenous zone, and this zone is located not in Georgia, Michigan or whatever state, but is found in the “Pro State.” 

Essentially, we’re talking about the prostate, an organ found in males.

Reports have shown that what happens in the “Pro State” can be pretty mind-blowing.

Unlike what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, we’re going to expose all the good stuff that happens in the “Pro State.” We’re talking leg-shaking orgasms, squirming and moaning, and other magical experiences.


Other Terms Related To Prostate Orgasm

 

Male g-spot, p-spot, prostate milking/massage/orgasm, jerking the colon boner, morning joe, lump job, milking the walnut, prostate disco. 


Do Women Have Prostates?

 

The quick answer is yes, and no. 

Yes: Healthline reports that women do not have a prostate as we know it in males. However, it is worth knowing that they do have Skene’s glands or ducts which are on the front side of the vagina. 

No: They simply do not have a prostate-prostate as we know it in the male biological makeup.

The image below might help you see where the Skene’s gland is located in women, and that they do not necessarily have a prostate like men do.

The fact as to whether or not women really do have a prostate or not, remains unclear. So why don’t we leave that biological stuff to the doctors and biologists, and let’s focus on the toe-curling stuff.

Guess the next question would be, how do you locate the prostate, so you too can get those toes curling already?

 

Where Exactly Is The Prostate Located?

 

According to Mayo Clinic, the prostate is located just below the male bladder, and surrounds the top portion of the tube that drains urine from the bladder.

 

 

So now that you know the location of the prostate, let’s talk about how to get to the “Pro State” (prostate).

 

How to Find The Prostate

 

Chris, a sex educator at The Pleasure Chest recommends following these steps to find your prostate:

Step 1
Relax.

Step 2
Lay on your back with your butt under a pillow.

Step 3
Tilt your hips up for easy access.

Step 4
Massage your perineum with your hand or fingers.

Step 5
Apply lube to your finger and rub your anus externally to stimulate nerve endings.

Step 6
If the external massage feels good, curve your lubed-up finger into your rectum towards your belly button (2 or so inches in you should be able to feel your prostate).

Step 7
Once your finger is fully inserted, search for a rounded lump, roughly 4 inches inside the rectum and up towards the root of the penis.

And voila! You’ve successfully made it to the “Pro State” (prostate).

 

 

What A Prostate Orgasm Feels Like


As reported, a prostate orgasm is hands down phenomenal. Here’s what some men say about it.

 

Sure you get the picture now, a prostate orgasm will leave you squirming with pleasure.
But another question might arise, and that is, what exactly is a prostate orgasm and how does it compare to or differ from a penile orgasm?
Good question, let’s find out.


Penile Orgasm vs Prostate Orgasm


Penile Orgasm


According to G.O.S.H.H, the male orgasm consists of the contraction and pulsating most men feel in their penis, prostate and pelvic areas.

These sensations are met by increased heart rate, rapid breathing, muscle tensing, anal, sphincter and pubococcygeus muscle (muscles at the base of the penis) contractions, and an increase in blood pressure, which then result in a massive and sudden release of pressure.

This is the biological and technical side of a penile orgasm, however in plain language, a penile orgasm is the delicious tingling feeling and tightening of muscles right before you ejaculate or as some may say, cum.
Normally it’s experienced via the penis.

Prostate Orgasm


On the other end, a prostate orgasm is experienced on the rear end of things (the prostate). Some say a little bit of pre-cum can be released when orgasming via the prostate.

In more depth, a prostate orgasm is an orgasm achieved by massaging the prostate gland (sometimes called "prostate milking") with direct stimulation from a finger, penis, or sex toy.

Prostate orgasms are typically more intense than penile orgasms and may even trigger muscle contractions caused by a euphoric full-body orgasm. This pleasurable sensation is partially attributable to the fact that the prostate gland is surrounded by thousands of sensitive nerve endings that normally go untouched.

Essentially a prostate orgasm is an inward explosion of built up sexual excitement that some say leaves you twitching and shaking.

While prostate orgasms are intensely delicious, there’s a few precautions you should know in order to have a blast without hurting yourself or your partner.


Safety Tips and Precautions


It’s important to follow these tips and precautions before getting the party started.

 

 

Positions To Try


Whether you’re looking for internal or external pleasure, these positions could do you just right.

 

 

Now that you know some good positions, let’s talk toys and take this party a notch higher!



Toys To Level Up The Fun

 

 

While fingers and hands can do a great job in massaging your prostate for a good prostate orgasm, toys can definitely amp up the fun and take it to level 100!

Side Note: If you’re not sure where to find the best toys in the game, definitely check out Honeyplaybox, it is the portal to sex toys that’ll upgrade your orgasms.

Now let’s see how we can get these toys to milk the prostate. “What’s milking the prostate?” you ask.
Well, read on.


Milking the Prostate

 

 

Milking the prostate is the act of massaging and stimulating the prostate until the milky-like fluid comes out.

The technical term of the fluid is called prostatic fluid, which is basically ejaculate without the sperm. Stroking the penis at the same time can take it to a whole other level of pleasure and get you there faster.

The term prostate milking is also sometimes used to refer to a therapeutic prostate massage used to manage symptoms of prostate problems.

Now let’s see how you can milk it by using external and internal stimulation.


External Stimulation


Quick bio lesson: An external prostate orgasm is when you stimulate your prostate externally by applying pressure between your testicles and anus.
Basically you don’t have to shove anything up your butt, simply massage your perineum and you’re in for a jolly good time.

Ways you can stimulate your prostate externally are by:

- Lubing up your two fingers and applying repeated pressure between your anus and testicles

- Using a sex toy to increase stimulation

- Simultaneously stimulating your penis as you apply repeated pressure on the perineum

 

 

Internal Stimulation


If you’re ready to go all in and dig in for a good ol 'big O, then internal stimulation is your best bet. Before you go in though, it is important to clean your anus and trim your nails – fingernails to be precise, unless you’re going for some creepy toe action (not recommended).

There are two keys to enter through the back door, fingers or sex toys.

Ways you can stimulate your prostate internally are by:

- Lubing up your finger and slowly inserting into your anus and moving it into a come hither motion

- Using a sex toy like a vibrator or prostate massager to stimulate your p-spot to orgasm

Whether you opt for internal or external stimulation, or both, the goal is to reach the squirting stage right?

Well, let’s check out some few ways to squirt.

Squirting Techniques for Men

 

 

Without a doubt, sex toys can be a faster and more pleasurable way to reach the point of squirting. However, fingers and other techniques could get the job done too.

 

Squirting techniques

  1. Prostate massagers are an awesome way to shake things up and get that squirt out

  2. Massage your penis and prostate at the same time

  3. Finger-stimulate the prostate in a position that works best for you 

  4. Doorbell technique where you rest the pad of your finger against the outside of the prostate and gently press as you would to ring a doorbell

  5. Circling technique where you use the pad of your finger and run it all around the prostate, circling your way around the entire perimeter of the gland

 

Cool Facts About Prostate Orgasm Benefits

Prostate orgasms aren’t just a burst of pleasure, they also cum with some pretty cool benefits.

 

Benefit 1

It feels darn good (of course).

 

 

Benefit 2

Deepens the bond between partners.

 

 

Benefit 3

Improves prostate health (limited evidence though). A preliminary trial in 2009 found that men with chronic prostatitis experienced a reduction in symptoms, following the prostate massages they had.

Benefit 4

It may help with erectile dysfunction by improving erectile function.

 

 

Potential Risks


Nothing is 100% perfect in life, and that includes prostate massages. Yes they’re a way to have a great time sexually, but there are a few things to note.

Risk 1
Pain or minor injuries to the rectum if done aggressively or forcefully.

Risk 2
Small risk of prostate infection if done unhygienically or with dirty fingers

Risk 3
Rectum bacteria can travel elsewhere if hands are not washed soon after a prostate massage.


FAQ

Q: What’s a prostate?

A: It is a gland in the male reproductive system. The prostate surrounds the part of the urethra (the tube that empties the bladder) just below the bladder, and produces a fluid that forms part of the semen.

Q: Is it painful?

A: First few times may have some level of discomfort or pain during insertion, but after that you should be good.

Q: What toys are best?

A: Prostate massagers.

Q: Will I poop when engaging in prostate play?

A: Not quite, however emptying your bowels beforehand would be beneficial.

Q: Am I gay if I like prostate stimulation?

A: No. Some men enjoy it with their female partners.


Wrap Up


In a nutshell, orgasms are a great part of the human experience, and there are many ways to go about it. We’re sure you have cum to the realization that prostate orgasms can be a magical experience, and can radically change your sex life.

Just remember to keep it safe, hygienic, and of course, fun.

Enjoy!