However, massaging the prostate is not necessarily an easy task and it can be tricky to get the hang of it. In this article we'll go into the basics of how you do it the right way for maximum pleasure.
First and foremost, use plenty of lubrication and then some. Also make sure to wear a glove because of the risk of bacteria, vinyl disposable gloves works great.
Next step that you need to take is to gently caress and touch the perineum, penis and the anus. Not only can this help you to bring yourself or your partner to ejaculate but it also works great as a form of foreplay.
It's important that the person on the receiving end relaxes their anal muscles. You can make this easier by gently caressing around the anus in slow circular strokes; this will cause the sphincters to relax and it will stimulate the nerve endings around the anus. Doing this will results in more pleasure and less pain later so make sure that you take your time and make sure that all muscles are relaxed before proceeding.
Once relaxed, insert a finger or two or a massaging device in the form of a sex toy into the anus opening. Once inside, you can start to experiment between different strokes, pressure and speed for maximum pleasure. However, while deep inside, slow and gentle movements are better for finding the prostate. Once deeper inside, try and find the organ that's shaped like a walnut. It can be found in the perineum area or between the scrotum and the anus. Basically go a few inches in and aim towards the bellybutton; there you're bound to find it.
How do you know when you've found it?
Simply when the person on the receiving end feels the need to urinate and/or when the penis starts to leek seminal fluid. Because of this leaking seminal fluid from the penis, some people call this procedure 'milking'.
Massage in the following way:
From one side towards the center of the prostate using gentle strokes. Then you can do the exact same but this time from the other side. It's best to start of using gentle light strokes but then if desired you can apply more pressure, change the method, use quicker movements etc. Just be wary of any signs of pain, if you or your partner experiences some pain make sure to either slow down and apply less pressure or stop altogether.
It's not that hard to massage the prostate and you'll get the hang of it with practice. It may be uncomfortable and you may experience some pain at first but soon enough you'll learn what works for you.
How do you know when you're doing it right?
You know when the person on the receiving end becomes extremely aroused, achieves an erection and arrives at the brink of climax.