Considered a myth by some, the “G-Spot” is the “Holy Grail” of female sexual pleasure. But for men, it’s the “P-Spot”?! Join Dr. Jess and Sex & Pleasure Educator Luna Matatas, as they dive into “Hot Spots” and uncover areas of sheer sexual satisfaction!
“What is a quiet toy that my wife will like, but won’t wake the kids?” ~ Rishi
- B-Spot (Bulb of the Inner Penis Ring Behind the Testicles on the Perineum)
- C-Spot (The Head of the Clitoris)
- F-Spots (The Frenulum of the Penis + the Fourchette)
- A-Spot (The Deepest Point on the Upper Vaginal Wall beyond the G-Spot)
- U-Spot (The Area Around the urethral Opening)
Luna Matatas agrees that there is a discernable difference between types of orgasms.
“I think some people can tell. Clitoral orgasm for some people feel like a burst outwards and a tensing of the areas, while a G-Spot orgasm feel like an energy moving down and a deeper grounded feeling. The reality is that their is no hierarchy of orgasms. Whatever feels good for you is where you want to end up.”
“How do I have a G-Spot orgasm? And what about squirting. Can everyone do it and is it pee?” ~ Saira
“Squirting is not pee!” says Luna. “It’s actually an enzyme fluid that passes through the urethra. G-Spot orgasms don’t always result in squirting. If you’re just starting to get curious about your G-Spot, I highly recommend a G-Spot toy because it takes the guessing out of the equation.”.
“I’ve had a simple prostatectomy to address BPH and it has addressed many of my symptoms. Can I still use a prostate toy? I’m 6 months post surgery?” ~ Errol
Dr. Evan Goldstein, Anal Surgeon / Founder, Bespoke Surgical says that you can use toys. The key is to determine if it’s going to be pleasurable and Dr. Evan says that they only way to know is to try.
“There are so many nerve endings in the prostate that really add to sexual pleasure. Start small, lots of lube and take your time,” Dr. Evan says.
“How do I get my husband to become open to butt play if, after all, his G-Spot is in his bum?” ~ Anjali
“So many people have ideas around shame or they’re worried about what may happen if they explore this pleasure area. There is no such thing as surprise anal. You have to communicate. Talk to him about why this might be pleasurable, does he have any fears, does he think you’re going to see him differently. I also recommend getting him to masturbate with a good prostate toy. For him to know his body will help him be more comfortable with partner pleasure.”
“If you stay curious, the pleasure possibilities are infinite,” say Luna. “
Luna’s top tips for prostate play:
- Curl in and up towards the belly button
- Keep the pressure firm
- Explore taps, pulses and circles
- Try a prostate toy
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