It’s the magical unicorn of a man’s naughty bits, it’s the perineum. But what magic does this space hold and why (and where is it exactly)? Let’s unpack all the deets on the male G-Spot, or the P-Spot as it’s oft called (even though it sounds like R. Kelly’s nightclub) so that every man can experience intense, long releases. |
What (and Where) is the Perineum?
The perineum takes up residence between the back and the reproductive organs. This small diamond-shaped area is full of concentrated nerve endings, making it a 5-star erogenous zone for both men and women. Because it’s rarely touched and has all of those nerve endings, perineum sensitivity is high compared to that of the male organ which gets much more regular attention. While people have known about the area since, presumably, the dawn of time, only recently has it been talked about in circles and usually as the P-Spot, a play off the female release factory, the G-Spot. This area is also known as the taint.
Did I Hear You Right…More Intense Releases?
Perineum sensitivity has been shown to bring men more frequent and intense releases. The perineum is so sensitive that it can be aroused in many different ways. Let’s look at a few.
Poking the P-Spot
Well, don’t actually poke it. Here are a few ways men or their partners can produce prolific P-Spot pleasure:
- It’s all in the hands. Apply a few drops of creme to the index and middle fingers and then very gently circle the perineum, playing with light pressure and speed. Some people also like a playful, pinching movement that’s gentle but effective.
- Good Vibrations. On low speed (seriously, start on low), slide a small vibrator just slightly beneath the perineum during solo or partner play to experience a next-level release that would make any man see starts.
- Add it to oral. Pay the P-Spot some attention with light licks, weighted tongue flicking and circling, and breathing on and applying suction to the area. The partner that does this will likely gain the #1 Lover spot fast.
- Intensify intimacy. During intimacy, a partner can reach the perineum back to front (the area near the back to the beginning of the balls), adding pressure on each end to intensify the experience. Sometime the natural stroke of intimate contact will take care of the movement on its own.
Not All P-Spots are Made Equal
The perineum is like a snowflake, unique. Because the physical structure of each and every person is different, perineum sensitivity varies from person to person. Some people will naturally be more sensitive, while others will have to work on their sensitivity. The best way to know the P-Spot, however, is to use it! Either solo or with a partner, experiment with the area and remember what works and what doesn’t!
Increase Perineum Sensitivity
Now that men are aware of all the benefits the perineum holds, it’s only natural they would want to increase their sensitivity. This can happen in many ways but it all centers around good blood flow to the area. This not only means maintaining a healthy weight but also getting plenty of cardiovascular exercise to encourage blood flow. Also, the more time the perineum is compressed (as can happen with sitting), the less sensitive it becomes.
Another way to increase blood flow to the perineum is to use a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) which contains amino acids such as L-Carnitine and L-Arginine which protect the nerves from friction damage and also causes the blood vessels to dilate more effectively bringing more oxygen, nutrients, and blood flow to the area increasing perineum sensitivity. Add vitamins A, B5, and E which also increase blood flow to veins and capillaries and it’s an instant win in the P-Spot Olympics!
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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