We hear a lot about the female G-spot these days, but men have one too – and it’s just as important.
If you ask a guy where the sexiest place you can touch him is, we can all guess what he’d say. But there is another key spot that often gets forgotten about.
Touching this erogenous zone – which many women aren’t even aware of – will make a guy boil over with excitement.
Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, 54, from Saltillo, Mexico, has a penis measuring a colossal 18.9 inches.
“Stimulating these spots not only feels terrific for a man, but it also builds sexual tension throughout his entire body and increases blood flow to his genitals,” said Ian Kerner, PhD, author of Sex Detox.
“This boosts his arousal and intensifies his pelvic contractions, magnifying his orgasm tenfold.”
But where exactly is the male G-spot and how can you stimulate it?
You might have gathered from various teen movies that this key male pleasure zone is in his anus.
However, if you’re a bit squeamish you can actually stimulate it from the outside.
Around 70% of youngsters have sex once a week, but 36% get between the sheets several times a week
A guy’s prostate — the walnut-size gland under his bladder — is the ultimate magic button to push if you want to blow his mind in bed.
To stimulate it you can stroke the swath of skin between his testicles and anus partway through oral sex or intercourse.
“His prostate is situated above your fingers, inside his body,” Kerner told Cosmo. “So by applying pressure here, you’re indirectly rubbing his G-spot.”
When you sense he’s close to orgasm, rhythmically press the area every second until he reaches the big-O.
If you’re more adventurous, you can give him an even more intense orgasm by placing your finger in his anus.
The G-spot can be found about two inches in towards the front of his body.
Obviously get his permission first, make sure your finger nails are short and use plenty of lube.