Prostate Milking: The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Orgasms

Posted by Dave Lee on

So you’ve done your research. You’ve found your prostate gland. You’ve learned how prostate milking is done properly and what sort of feeling you might have. The problem is that you just can’t bring yourself to orgasm

Don’t panic! Stimulating the prostate doesn’t always necessarily lead to orgasm as it can be quite elusive. Some men have been milking their prostate 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 great for your health.

If you’re determined to reach an explosive climax, though, good for you! It can take some dedication actually to reach the big O, but most men who have experienced prostate orgasm find that after you’ve done it once, it becomes a lot easier. This is because in your subsequent attempts, you know exactly what you did before, so it’s easier to replicate.

Just to make sure you’ve got the process completely down, I’m going to run through the entire experience, start to finish. Along the way, I’ll also try to add notes from across the internet. These might not be necessary for some people, but for others, they can make the difference between a simple prostate massage and a mind-blowing orgasm.

What Is the Prostate Gland?

The prostate gland (sometimes referred to as the p-spot or male g-spot) is a small walnut-shaped gland located in a man’s lower regions, roughly between the inner end of the penis and the rectum. Its primary function is to produce fluid, which helps men have healthy sperm and contains some muscles which help with ejaculation. Due to its role in ejaculation, prostate stimulation can be quite a pleasurable experience for some men. When stimulating your prostate for sexual pleasure, you can produce some of the most intense, body-shaking orgasms that a man can have, as well as some pretty impressive ejaculations.

How Do You Find Your Prostate Gland?

The first part of any prostate stimulation is simply finding where the gland is. The prostate is around two to four inches inside the male rectum and sits just below the bladder. All men are different, so how far it is inside will vary from one individual to another.

The easiest way to find it is internally, which means putting a finger in your butt. It’s best to start with a finger as it’s pretty small, and you can flex your joints quite easily to help you search. You usually only need to put the first two joints inside to reach your P-spot.

It is crucial to stay relaxed while exploring your anal region. Not only does it help you to enjoy the process more, but it will also make it a lot easier. When you are tenser, the muscles in the area also become tenser, so inserting anything will be more difficult.

Some people like to use music, candles and specific lighting, breathing exercises, or make sure that they are home alone and can focus entirely on the process without distractions. It’s up to you to find out what works for you, and it may take some experimentation. It’s best to do this somewhere quiet, private, and free from disruptions.

When you’re ready to start, you’ll need lube. Unlike the vagina, the anus does not self-lubricate. As it is designed to send things out of your body rather than into it, you need to use a lot of lube to make sure that you don’t hurt yourself or damage any of the sensitive tissue in the area.

Begin by applying lube to the area around your anus and on your finger. You can start to relax your anus by giving it a small massage. It can feel quite nice to treat it a little like a doorbell. Gently press on the anus with the pad of your finger and then release the pressure. After a little while, the muscles should begin to open, and allow your finger to move inside the opening.

Don’t rush now, as it can take your body a little bit to adjust to the feeling of having something inside your butt. It might feel like you’re about to poop. This is totally normal and should pass after a while. You’ve spent your entire life using these muscles to excrete, so it can take a little time for your brain to get used to it being used for another purpose.

Once you feel comfortable enough to continue, it is a good idea to use more lube. Usually when you insert things into your anus, the muscles stop the lube from actually getting inside. You want to make sure that the internal part of your anus is also well lubricated. If you find yourself having difficulty getting lube into your butt, there are many lube syringes on the market specifically designed to help with this.

With everything lubed up and relaxed, it’s time to start searching for the magical prostate. It is usually walnut-shaped and should feel different on your fingers from the other areas of your butt. Most people will need to have the first two joints of their fingers inside them before they’ll be able to reach their prostate.

It might not feel nice as soon as you find it. Some people might not even be able to feel any difference at all. While many sources tell you that “you’ll know when you find it”, this isn’t always true for everyone. Don’t worry too much about it as, with practice, you'll get there eventually.

Another tip when searching for your prostate is to try to arouse yourself before you begin and while you're at it. Much like areas of the female vagina, the prostate grows from increased blood flow during arousal. Thus, the more aroused you are, the larger and harder it gets, making it much easier to find.

Now there IS a chance that, despite following all of this advice, you STILL can't find your prostate gland. Unfortunately for some of us, our fingers just aren't long enough to reach the sweet spot effectively. If this is the case for you, the best thing you can do is get a prostate massager or ask someone else for help.

I’m Not Comfortable With Anal Yet, Can I Still Stimulate My Prostate?

Yes! While it might be a little more difficult to achieve the same sensations externally, giving your prostate some love by stimulating your perineum is possible. This is the fleshy area between your testicles and your anus. By simply massaging that area and the internal tissue around it, you’ll be able to stimulate your P-spot. Combine these massages with some stroking of the penis, and you’ll take a trip to pleasure paradise the sooner you expect.

I’ve Found It, Now What?

I’ve found it, now what?

Once you manage to locate your prostate gland, it’s up to you to figure out the best way to stimulate it. Some people like to feel constant pressure on it, leading to very strong erections and ejaculations. Others prefer gentle strokes or maybe even some light vibrations. When stimulating your prostate, staying as relaxed as possible is essential. Anal play can sometimes be uncomfortable, and getting used to the new feelings definitely takes some time. You probably won’t have a great time if you are tense and anxious. You also need to be gentle, as sudden strong strokes can cause your rectum to contract, making it much more difficult to stay relaxed. You can adopt many different positions while stimulating your prostate, so feel free to experiment! Ultimately, this is a highly personal thing, and you’ll have to figure out what works best for you.


The first phase of your prostate massage is arguably the most important if you wish to achieve orgasm. Going into it with the wrong mindset is pretty much a guarantee that you won’t reach the peak.

Some men like to follow a specific ritual or guideline while preparing for their session. This is most often just the order you do things. For example, taking long warm baths, lighting scented candles, and maybe getting a sensual massage with some relaxing oils before they start.

All men should do a few necessities before playing with their butt and prostate. First, empty your bowels before your scheduled happy anal hours. This will save you or your partner from poking at stored poop in your anus.

Different men will say different things, but the average is a trip to the toilet around an hour before you begin

The next step all men tend to take is taking a shower. You want to pay extra attention to your anus and make sure it is sparkling clean. Depending on your experience with anal activity, you might also want to begin gently inserting your finger into your anus.

Not only will this make sure the immediate area inside is clean, but you can also start getting yourself a little turned on with some gentle massaging of the area.

Getting Aroused

Whether or not you choose to get yourself started while showering, nearly all men who’ve had a prostate orgasm will agree that being aroused is step number one in reaching a climax.

When you get in the mood, blood flow to the area increases, and the prostate swells up. This makes it easier to find and brings much more pleasure.

Almost anyone who has tried a prostate massage while not aroused will probably tell you the same thing: it doesn’t feel too great. So do whatever you need to get the love juices flowing, be it porn, masturbating, massaging, or anything else.

Tools for Prostate Massage

Fingers are the go-to tool for many men wanting to stimulate their prostate. They’re definitely the easiest option, but not without their own drawbacks.

The prostate gland is located around two to four inches inside the anus. For most men, this will mean they need to insert their finger around two joints inside to reach their prostate.

For some men it can be further up, so more of a finger is needed. In others, their fingers aren’t long enough, so they stand no chance of stimulating their prostate using fingers alone.

To know whether or not you can reach far enough, a good technique is to start by inserting your finger inside your anus.

Place a small amount of pressure on the front wall of the anus (the side towards your belly). If you don’t feel anything, insert the finger further, and try a small amount of pressure again.

You keep moving up and pressuring until you find your prostate. You should be able to tell when you do, as you should feel a sudden urge to urinate. This is totally normal and fine, and you aren’t at risk of wetting yourself.

If you are able to find it and reach it effectively, great! You’ve made it past the first hurdle. If not, head down to the prostate massagers section and see what other options are available.

The second hurdle when using the fingers to massage your own prostate is that they’re JUST fingers. Stick with me here. When you use any part of your body for an extended period, what is the feeling you end up with? Tiredness. The same is true for your fingers.

In some men, it can take several hours to reach a successful prostate orgasm, so using your fingers for that length of time can be quite difficult. Even if you can maintain some level of controlled movement for an extended period without hand or arm aches/cramps, you are also contending with a limited range of motion.

Keeping your finger in and staying comfortable gives you a small amount of space to work with, and depending on the angle you need to use to reach your prostate, it might not be feasible to massage the area effectively.

This whole to-do with finding your prostate can be a bit of a turn-off sometimes, so it may be worth spending some time on a different day exploring the area and identifying the right places to touch.

On another day, armed with your new knowledge, get yourself prepared and aroused and start your session proper.

Again this is individual to each man, and if you find something that works for you, you’re all set to get started properly. If not, then it’s time to try some extra tools.

Prostate Massagers

Where something cannot be done, man will find a way. This is never truer than with prostate massage.

Even in an area that has been surrounded by taboo and controversy over the years, those keen to explore have found their own methods for stimulating their prostate where their fingers have failed. These methods take the form of prostate massagers.

Essentially a butt plug but with a curve or angle, prostate massagers are specifically designed tools aimed at aiding you to hit the orgasm you want.

They come in all kinds of shapes and styles, so you might need to spend a bit of time finding exactly what you’re looking for, but when you do, they can make the entire process a whole lot easier.

If you choose to use a prostate massager over your fingers, you have a few added bonuses. The first is just a whole range of extra movement. You can hold onto the plug by the base and angle it any way you want.

You have almost complete control over the movements and pressure you put on the prostate, and it’s so much easier. Any time you feel your arms beginning to tire or ache, you can take a break and let them rest.

But even then you can continue stimulating your prostate with some simple Kegel exercises.

The clenching and releasing actions of an effective Kegel will move the plug up and down your prostate in a stroking action.

Your other bonus is vibration! A completely different feeling that no matter how dexterous you are, you won’t be able to truly recreate with your fingers. A vibrating plug can really change what you experience while prostate massaging, allowing you to fully let go and relax into the feelings without needing to touch anything.

If you’ve tried various things but found yourself unable to truly relax and focus on your feelings, a vibrating prostate massager can be the way to go.


I know we’ve talked a lot about getting started with a prostate massage session and not talked much about actually reaching orgasm, but we’re nearly done with prep work. I promise!

The final area of prep to cover is lube. I maybe shouldn’t have left it till last, as it is undoubtedly the most important part.

Your butt doesn’t produce any lubrication! Without lube, any attempts at prostate massage will feel like rubbing your insides along sandpaper. To put it another way, it will be unpleasant and painful.

Both silicone-based lubes and oil-based lubes are much longer lasting than water-based lubes. While the latter is totally acceptable for anal play, you will have to reapply it more often during a more extended session.

Silicone-based lubes should be approached with caution, as using them on a silicone toy can break down the surface material and contaminate your anus and rectum.

Oil-based lubes are the clear favorite here, and there are many kinds to choose from. I’ll leave it up to you, but be sure to do your research and know exactly what the lube you’re going to use contains. You don’t want any nasty surprises.

Due to the length of time you may need to be inside yourself, having high-quality lube is key. The longer it lasts, the better! While you can reapply it as you go along, if you end up getting yourself close to orgasm and find that you need to stop and apply more lube, it’s really going to kill the mood.

You’re also going to need lots of it. Whatever you think is enough, double it. You need to make sure it gets everywhere, so really slather your butt with it.

The most important part is to get it up and inside your anus. This part is where a lot of people will fall short with anal play. Just because it’s on a finger, prostate massager, dildo, butt plug, or anything else, it doesn’t mean it’s automatically going to make it into your butt.

If you find yourself having trouble with this, look into picking up a lube syringe. These are usually made to medical grade standards, and inserting the tip into your anus allows you to directly feed the lube into it.

Internal Prostate Stimulation

If you’ve found your prostate, great! You might be wondering what to do now. This is a very personal part of the process. Different men enjoy different things, and it’s up to you to find what aspects of prostate stimulation you enjoy. In any case, there are a few various movements you can try:

  • Circular motions around the edge of the gland.
  • Varying amounts of pressure on the gland, like the doorbell motion you use on your anus.
  • A come-hither motion, like the one described about fingering a woman.
  • Moving your fingers in a quick and random motion, trying to stimulate vibrations.

If you find something that works for you, try to remember it. For a lot of people, it will be a very pleasurable but somewhat weird feeling. For some, though, when they first find and try to stimulate their prostate internally, they won’t enjoy the process. Try not to be put off by this. A lot of people will give up at this point and miss out on the great pleasure you could get from prostate stimulation.

If you feel pain at any point during this process, you should stop immediately. The muscles and nerve endings inside the anus are incredibly sensitive, and tearing them is something you definitely want to avoid. While not as bad as pain, small amounts of stinging or burning should tip you off that something in your process isn’t right. This will often be the lube you use, as some are nowhere near as well suited to anal use. Make sure you research lube properly and pick an appropriate one for your session.

External Prostate Stimulation

If you aren't ready or interested in exploring your anus to find your prostate internally, don’t despair! You still have another option to stimulate your prostate. This is done through stimulation of the perineum.

The perineum is the area located between your scrotum and your anus. A lot of people refer to it (somewhat crudely) as the “taint”. This area covers the entire bottom part of your body in a kind of diamond shape, and with correct stimulation, you can also stimulate your prostate.

The most important thing to bear in mind when stimulating the prostate through the perineum is the penile bulb. This is the area that forms the base of the penis and is contained within your body just above the perineum. If you rub the area of the perineum, which is below the penile bulb, rather than stimulating the prostate, you’ll just be stimulating the penis instead.

This means you need to focus more on the area closer to your anus. This area should feel a little softer and tender when you press on it. Again, you need to try to find something that works for you. Everybody’s different! Try circular motions, vibration-like movements, pressure, or anything you can think of.

Much like internal stimulation, it helps a lot to be aroused during an external massage, too. As the prostate grows and becomes firmer, the skin you are massaging should also feel firmer.

A lot of men will not experience particular pleasure from this kind of prostate stimulation. This is, unfortunately, just because you aren’t stimulating the prostate directly. If you find this is you, I’d highly recommend trying internal stimulation so you won't deprive yourself of a world of pleasure.

With enough practice, you may be able to reach a full orgasm from prostate stimulation. These kinds of orgasms are entirely different from ones attained through regular sex or masturbation.

Using a Plug for Prostate Stimulation

Different Butt Plugs

Butt plugs give you a great tool to use when stimulating your prostate. Not only can they be larger than your fingers, which means more surface to work with at once, but they can also be specifically designed to help with prostate stimulation. Prostate stimulation butt plugs usually come with a slight curve near the end, which presses on your gland while inserted. If vibration is your thing, you can easily achieve this feeling with a vibrating plug rather than finding random household objects to put up there. Perhaps the best part about using a butt plug is the base of the plug that allows you to easily adjust and reposition it, making it much easier for you to find the kind of sensation you like best.

Stage One: Finding Your Groove

So if you’re nice and turned on, have everything lubed up, and have chosen your method of massage, it’s time to begin.

You'll want to take it very slowly if it's your first time. While this is always good advice for any anal activity, it is especially true if you aren’t used to it.

The sphincter muscles are highly elastic, but if you’ve never used them for anything other than toilet trips, they won't open up at other times to take in.

The more you perform prostate massage, the more these muscles will adapt, and eventually, you should be able to slide things in with minimal discomfort.

Once you’ve got your implement in, stop and rest.

Remember you need to try and stay as relaxed and aroused as possible, and constantly thinking things like “my butt feels weird” won't help. You need to adjust and get used to the feelings. It might not happen in your first session, but before long, you’ll get used to it.

If you’re at the point where something is in your butt, and it doesn’t feel totally alien and weird, then you’ve managed to keep your arousal and relaxation high. This is probably the best time possible for a prostate orgasm. Now it’s a simple matter of stimulating it.

There are tons of different motions and movements you can try. Everyone likes variety, so rather than telling you which is “best” or “most effective”, I'll try to list all the ones I’ve come across, and you can try them until you find your favorites.

With Fingers:

      • Come-hither motion: Come-hither motion: One of the most popular techniques, you gently roll your finger up and back toward your belly. It’s the same motion you’d use to tell someone to walk towards you and is often recommended for a woman’s vagina for the exact same reasons: It gently stimulates the entire length of the area.
      • Pushing a doorbell: This one is often recommended for entering your anus, too. Rather than directly prodding or poking at anything, simply rest the pad of your finger on the prostate, just like you would on a doorbell. Then gently start to “ring the bell”. You can experiment with different amounts of pressure and hold it down for different amounts of time until you find something you like.
  • Circling the yard: This one can be more difficult depending on your angle and your dexterity. Basically, you want to lay the pad of your finger on the prostate, just like the doorbell, but this time rather than pushing, you run your finger around the edge of the gland. Depending on your prostate size, this may be more or less effective as you’ll have more or less surface to cover. You can experiment with speeds and try different amounts of pressure while you rub.
  • Simulated Vibrations: If you can get the hang of the movements without being too rough, it’s feasible to make your finger feel a bit like it’s a vibrator. While this can feel great and give you lots of stimulation, it will be difficult to keep it going for a long time. It's probably best to save this until you feel yourself getting close to an orgasm.
  • Experiment! There are probably loads of things I haven’t mentioned, and men will ask, “Why didn’t he say this?” Like much of this process, it’s personal, so don’t be afraid to move your finger around and see if you can find something new that you enjoy.
  • Be Gentle: No matter which techniques you choose to use while your finger is inside you, you need to be careful. The prostate and the anus are both incredibly sensitive areas, and going a bit too rough on them can leave you a bit sore for a few days. On the other hand, roughing it up too often could cause some real damage to either, which isn’t going to help our arousal and enjoyment.

With a Prostate Massager:

The options here are a little different, so I won’t make a list giving you techniques. Instead, I’ll just give you some ideas of what you can do with a massager.

  • Pressure: is the easiest thing to vary with a massager compared to fingers. Moving the unit around by pulling and pushing on the base can give you much greater control. When you find a level of pressure you like or want to stick with for a while, you can try and position the massager to stay there, so it isn’t a constant effort like it is with your fingers.
  • Depth: Prostate massagers come in many different sizes. Some of the longer ones can go deeper into your butt while still hitting the spots of the prostate you need to.

    Others will reach just the prostate and go no further. Depending on how comfortable you are and the enjoyment you get from anal play, you can try out different kinds of massagers until you find the ideal one.

  • External massage: Many prostate massagers will come with an extra arm that sits outside of the body. This isn’t just to keep it from getting eaten by your butt, but it’s meant to sit on and stimulate the perineum. This fleshy area behind your scrotum is directly underneath your prostate and is what people stimulate when they perform external prostate massage. By using a massager with one of these arms, you’re getting the best of both worlds.
  • Cock Ring: There are also prostate massagers that come with a cock ring built onto the outside. These can be great if you struggle to maintain arousal during a prostate massage.

    Some men have the unfortunate problem that the second something enters their anus, their erections will instantly drop. Maintaining a solid erection throughout can do wonders for keeping yourself aroused.

  • Vibrations: As we discussed earlier, you can make the entire prostate massage process a bit easier. If you’re after something simple and easy to use, this is definitely the way to go.

If you’re thinking about going with a prostate massager over your finger, we’ve done an in depth look at both the designs and use of them which you should definitely take a look at.

Stage Two: Pre-Cum/Milking

At some point during the process, you might notice some white fluid leaking out of your penis. You shouldn't be alarmed as this is part of the prostate massage and is totally normal. What you’ll be noticing is basically ejaculation, only without the sperm.

The fluid is mostly made up of the liquids stored and produced in the prostate and should be roughly milk-like in color and consistency, hence the term prostate milking.

You can milk the prostate for as long as you like, and by varying speed or pressure, you can spend a lot of time ensuring that everything is cleared out properly. If your main goal is prostate orgasm, this won’t be your primary concern. It is a sign that you are on the right track.

Sometimes you spend quite a long time massaging, but have no pre-cum leakage at all. It’s likely, in this case, that you just aren’t hitting quite the right spot.

Everyone’s body is different, and just because you’ve read it should be done one way, it doesn’t mean it’s going to work for you. If this happens to you, it might be worth trying something different.

Techniques That Might Help

Different Positions

You can use a great range of positions if your first choice isn’t working for you. The most popular and simple one will be simply lying on your back, reaching down past your stomach. If this isn’t doing it for you, or if you just fancy different, here are some options:

    • Face Down: Not the most adventurous change of position, but still effective. Flipping over to your stomach can help you have a bit more access to your anus, and you can rest your arms on your back while you massage so they don’t get as tired.

      One downside to this one is that your hand will be the opposite way up, so things like the come-hither motion will no longer work. If you’re dexterous, though, you should still be able to reach your prostate.

    • Both Legs Up: Still remaining on your back, but the simple act of pulling both of your legs up to your chest (or further if you’re flexible), can give you much greater access to your anus. The position also naturally opens up your butt cheeks, making it a little easier to access.
  • Laying on one side, outer leg to chest: This one’s a little harder to explain, but it’s kind of a fetal position on the outer half of your body. You use your arm to reach around over the bent leg to reach the anus. This can be a pretty comfortable position, but the angles can make some kinds of stimulation a little tricky.
  • Doggy Style: Just like the sexual position, doggy style can be a useful one for reaching the prostate. This position gives you some flexibility, as your arm can get between your legs or over your butt to reach the anus. It can help to use some pillows to take some of the weight off your legs.
  • Experiment! There’s no wrong answers here, so if you can find a position that works for you, then go with it!

Switch to External

Most people are going to recommend using internal massage techniques when you are trying to achieve a prostate orgasm. If you aren’t yet comfortable with something entering your anus though, you aren’t completely out of luck.

While externally stimulated prostate orgasms aren’t as common, some men have perfected the art, and can summon some truly magical feelings without even touching their insides.

Even if you’re perfectly happy entering your anus, external massage can have its role in your prostate massage sessions. It can be a helpful warm-up during your initial phases of arousal and prep.

Or you can use it as a little halfway break if your arm or anal muscles feel tired. So don’t be afraid to mix it up, and try a little external massage on your journey to prostate heaven!

Use the Penis Too

All men will know what penis orgasms are like. Pretty much any penile touches while slightly aroused will really help get you going. As we discussed earlier, maintaining your arousal during your session can be a big help due to the increased prostate size, so making sure you’re nice and hard can make a big difference.

Another option is to wear a cock ring. For most men, this will be enough to maintain a constant erection, with the bonus that you don’t need to touch your penis at all during your massage.

If you feel the arousal leaving and the enjoyment dropping during your massages, a short play with your penis can help top you back up and keep you going.

You should be careful, though, as for most men reaching a regular penile orgasm will put a swift end to any enjoyment they receive from their prostate massages.

Getting Someone to Help

Your quest for prostate orgasms doesn’t have to be a solo one! While most men will prefer their first few attempts at prostate massage to be done privately, allowing someone else to get involved can greatly enhance the experience.

Not only will it be easier for them to reach your prostate without you having to fold yourself up, but letting someone else take care of the actual massage means you can relax fully. Focusing entirely on your feelings rather than the physical act of performing massage can make it easier to reach orgasm.

Talk to the Doc

While most men can find their own prostates, for some, it might feel like they just aren’t hitting the right spot. This is probably more relevant if you’ve tried massaging a lot but still not had any pre-cum during the stimulation.

Your prostate may be just in a slightly different position than usual, so a conversation with a doctor (and maybe a short rectal exam) will help clear things up. A bonus is that if they do need to touch your prostate themselves, you’ll know exactly what it’ll feel like for your next attempt.

Stage Three: Reaching Climax

Now let’s assume that everything is going great. You’re able to find your prostate and enjoy stimulating it. You’ve got pre-cum dripping out of your penis. But you just can’t reach orgasm. So what’s a man to do?

Unfortunately, there really isn’t an easy answer to this. Some men will reach the goal quickly; others might take many attempts. The main thing is to focus on enjoying the process.

Luckily for you, I’ve scoured the internet and found a couple of last tidbits of wisdom that just might help.

  • Edging is the act of masturbating with the penis until you are just on the brink of orgasm and then stopping. Sometimes, doing this just before you begin a prostate massage and repeating it any time you lose arousal can help bring you closer to prostate orgasm.
  • An intense need to urinate is often a feeling that will cause some men to slow down or stop their massage. However, pushing through this feeling and continuing with the massage is the final barrier for most.

    So next time you feel like you’re going to wet yourself, remember that you definitely won't, so keep pushing yourself a little bit further.

  • Utilizing your pelvic floor muscles at the right time can make a difference for some. The pelvic floor works with the prostate during orgasm, causing the spasming you feel in your penis and pelvis. If you can time some pelvic floor clenches as you near the peaks of your massage, it could tip you over the edge.

Now that really was a bit of an epic. I’ve spent a lot of time reading about many men’s different experiences and tried to give you as many tools as possible for your journey to prostate orgasm.

The rest is up to you! So get yourself into the habit of regularly massaging your prostate, find the things you like, and hopefully, before long, you’ll be feeling the best orgasms of your life!

Do Women Have One Too?

Unfortunately, as the prostate is a gland designed for sperm-related purposes, women don’t carry one. But don’t let that put you off. I’m sure your men will love it if you want to get involved and find better ways to pleasure them! You can combine penis stroking and playing with a butt plug for prostate stimulation. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, you can combine prostate massage with roleplay and tie your man down while you pleasure him. Once you’ve had enough practice, you can work on giving your partner the most intense and exciting orgasm they’ve ever had. As you can see, there’s a lot to explore when it comes to male prostate stimulation.

" So, whether you’re a guy or a girl looking to please her man, be sure to check out our butt plugs and start exploring your prostates today!"

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