So you’ve done your research. You’ve found your prostate gland. You’ve learned how to massage it properly and what sort of feeling you might have. The problem is, you just can’t seem to bring yourself to orgasm. Don’t panic! You aren’t broken or incompetent. Prostate orgasms are quite difficult to have. Some men massage and milk their prostates for years without ever having an orgasm. While it would be nice as an end goal, you have to remember that you’re still doing something that is great for your health, even if you aren’t having orgasms. If you’re determined to go...
When you first step into the wonderful world of prostate massagers, you might find yourself a little overwhelmed. There are so many different kinds out there, so what sort should you be buying? This short guide aims to arm you with that knowledge, and run you through the various important parts you should consider.
The prostate is a truly sensitive part of the male body. You might have known that not making enough use of it can cause bacteria and infections to build up and cause health problems. What you might not have known, is that overusing it can be equally bad for you, often leading to prostate exhaustion.
When trying to keep your prostate gland nice and healthy, performing prostate massages using your finger or specially designed tools isn’t the only thing you can do to help. Good old fashioned physical exercise is also great! Many medical studies have been done and come to the conclusion that almost all kinds of physical activity will not only reduce the risk of contracting prostate diseases, but can also help managing the symptoms alongside your treatments.
Prostate disorders affect more and more men, especially as they get older. A lot of these disorders result in, or are caused by an enlarged prostate. To try and combat this, many men are constantly looking for ways to reduce the size of their prostate glands, turning to milking and massage, kegel exercises, and in the worst cases treatment and surgery by doctors.
An enlarged prostate is something you might hear talked about more and more. It’s one of the things that naturally can affect a man as he ages. But what exactly is the problem with an enlarged prostate?
Prostate stimulation and massage is beginning to lose some of the stigma and negativity that has surrounded it for many years. Some men though, are still not comfortable with inserting things into their anus. Whether it is due to gay stereotypes, religious reasons, or just plain being uncomfortable with it, don’t worry! You can still massage the prostate without putting anything inside you.
Prostate health is of utmost importance to men the world over. Only in recent years has the taboo of a man inserting things into his anus begun to die down. Some men though aren’t quite comfortable enough with the idea of putting their fingers inside their butts.
If you’re willing to cast off the old notions that men shouldn’t put things in their butts, and begin to explore the wonderful world of prostate stimulation, then you’ve come to the right place! Even if you aren’t quite ready to move onto anal play, you can still enjoy some level of prostate stimulation. So, read on, and open your eyes to a new world of sexual pleasure!
The prostate. This hidden gem of the male anatomy has spent a long time hidden under the rug. But with social acceptance and tolerance growing, it is beginning to be discussed more and embraced as an important part of male sexual stimulation and health. But what exactly is it?
If you’ve ever had much of a conversation with a woman about sex, chances are you’ve probably heard of the g-spot. That mythical place that brings so much pleasure and happiness to women during sex. But you might be wondering, do men have one? While men don’t have a g-spot in the same way women do, they do have something that can be stimulated in a very similar way: the prostate gland.