This is the male anatomy. The P-spot is the name for the area that stimulates the prostate gland, which can produce arousal and pleasure. To find it, the same technique as finding the G-spot applies, except instead of the vagina, it’s inside the anal cavity. If you remember one thing out of all of this though, you should remember that lube is essential! As with the G-spot, it’s toward the front wall, and the diagram indicates the location of the prostate gland (right column) – see how close it is to that wall? It’s like it was designed to be there! There’s a lot of stigma around enjoying this kind of stimulation, but a bit of open thinking could introduce a whole new world of sensation!
And finally, erotic zones (also known as erogenous zones). These are areas of the body that have heightened sensitivity, but aren’t really associated with the genitals. These could be on the back, thighs, lips, neck, ears, abdomen, arms, feet, and other areas. They can be stimulated through gentle strokes, feather-light touches or any other manner of stimulation that is gentle so that the nerves are stimulated in the right amount. The heightened sensitivity can generate feelings of sexual pleasure and arousal in some people, and can be a fun way to lead into foreplay, so go ahead and see if it works for you!
And that’s it for today! If you’d like to know more, there’s much more to be learned, so don’t hesitate to contact any of us at SHEP!
Happy exploring! 😉