We’ve gone over the basics of female satisfaction, now Laci is back with a simple how-to on male pleasure.
As usual, let’s begin with anatomy. There is a high concentration of nerve endings in the head, or glans, of the penis. Due to unrealistic expectations created by the porn industry, some seem to think you need to shove a penis halfway down your throat to give good head. There are two spots on the head that you need to concern yourself with: the corona and the frenulum. The corona is the raised ridge around the base of the head and the frenulum is a small patch of skin directly under the tip of the head.
If the penis you are dealing with is intact (not circumcised) these parts will be covered in foreskin. The foreskin is a huge pleasure center with about 20,000 nerve endings. Pulling the foreskin down over the head of the penis will produce a very pleasurable sensation. Circumcised penises will be slightly desensitized due to nerve damage caused by the circumcision, which some see as a good thing (lasting longer in bed).
I know what you’re thinking – what about the balls? You probably know that they are a very sensitive body part that should be handled with care. You can lick them, suck them, rub them, use a vibrator on them – all with your partner’s permission of course – to produce pleasurable sensations. Then there is this little patch of skin underneath the balls, just before the anus, called the perineum which is sensitive to pressure and lubricated touch.
Speaking of the anus, that area is filled with pleasure receptors as well! The anus itself has a lot of nerve endings, but inside the anus is the lovely little gland called the prostate. The prostate is involved in producing semen and considered to be the male G-spot. It’s located at the very base of the penis and accessed through the anus. It swells during arousal and can be stimulated with a penis, fingers or toys provided they have a flared based. According to those who have experienced them, prostate orgasms are out of this world.
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