Prostate massage

Prostate Milking for a Mind-blowing Orgasm: Erection Optional

Overview: There’s a reason why the prostate is often called the “male G-spot.” Prostate milking (also known as prostate massage) produces super-intense orgasms with or without an erection. For some men, the technique may take practice, but the results are well worth the effort. We describe the technique along with tips for having safe, clean, mind-blowing orgasms.

Like most animals, humans are deeply driven by the sweet, sweet dopamine kick we get from certain behaviors. And nothing triggers the rush of feel-good chemicals quite like an orgasm.

While erectile dysfunction medications like Viagra can enhance orgasm for men with ED (and even men without ED) by increasing blood flow to the penis, that isn’t the only way to supercharge a guy’s orgasm.

Today we’re talking about prostate massage, also known as “prostate milking.” It’s a technique that can lead to mind-blowing orgasms, but it can also be a bit intimidating to get started with. [Español]

What is the Prostate?

The prostate is a walnut-sized gland just in front of the rectum. It surrounds the urethra, the tube that runs through the center of the penis and carries both urine and semen.

The job of an orgasm is to release sperm cells. But sperm cells are kind of lazy and needy. They can swim, but they can’t do it without a medium to swim in. Don’t blame them, though; you can’t swim in a dry pool, can you?

Sperm swimming to an egg.

The prostate’s job is to make the fluid that carries the sperm cells, called seminal fluid. Except that instead of a swimming pool, it’s more like a fire hose, propelling the sperm out into the world through intense muscular contractions.

What Is Prostate Milking?

Prostate milking got its name from a therapeutic technique that goes back as far as 1894. The Royal Institute of Massage at Stockholm used it to clear excess seminal fluid from the prostate ducts as a treatment for prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate), according to this article, published in 1922.

Some providers still prescribe prostate draining for this purpose. But today, men are more likely to tI practice it as a way to 10X their orgasms. (OK, so we’re guessing here. But you get the idea!)

While the prostate isn’t a muscle itself, it can respond to massage much like a muscle. In fact, massaging the prostate can stimulate the nearby muscles that do the actual work of ejaculation, resulting in a much more intense orgasmic experience.

The prostate can be massaged externally by applying pressure to the perineum (the “gooch” or “taint”), but the full experience can only be had by massaging the gland internally by way of the rectum.

Yes, that’s right. We’re talkin’ butt stuff today.

Listen, the idea of something going in your “out” door might make you squeamish at first, and that’s OK.

But the ratio of enjoyment to discomfort here is astronomically high; the enjoyment far outweighs the discomfort! And with a minimum of preparation —often no more than the kind of planning you’d use to take an erectile dysfunction medication like Viagra —you’ll get a great return on investment.

Diagram of a prostate exam.
The prostate (3) sits just under the bladder (1) and can be stimulated directly through the rectum (2).

How Do I Get Started With Prostate Massage?

Whether you have a partner to help or you’re flying solo, the number one concern most men have with butt stuff is … well, poop. To minimize this, try to go #2 beforehand (like, day-of) and take a shower before you try to get up in there. (Or simply use a lubricated glove.) If you’re especially squeamish, you can use an over-the-counter product like a Fleet enema, too, but it isn’t necessary.

Backdoor Basics

Before you stick anything up there, enema or otherwise, it’s important to observe some basic tenets. (These apply to both you and any partner helping you.)

  • Wash your hands with soap and water
  • Trim fingernails if a finger is doing the exploring.
  • Lube is a must. If you don’t lube, you’re gonna have a bad time. You can use an oil-based lubricant like coconut oil (don’t worry; it’s safe!) if you aren’t using a glove. If you ARE using a glove, it’s important to use a water-based lubricant like Stimula for Men because oil-based lubricants break down latex.

From there, use steady pressure to insert a finger or toy into your rear. Go slowly, and gently feel around with a bent finger. When you find the prostate, it’ll feel like you suddenly need to pee. Sometimes this stimulation alone is enough to orgasm, but the experience will be much more intense if you masturbate or have your partner assist with that.

Oh, and if you need another reason to try it, men can have multiple orgasms this way, so be prepared!

We’ll have more on the magic of prostate massage in the coming weeks, but if you’re looking for the specifics now, you can check out this article from our favorite butt stuff blog, They’re backdoor professionals, whether you’re a man, a woman, straight, gay, or anywhere in between.

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