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How to Have a Male Anal Orgasm

Men and people AFAB have a G spot, or prostate, that feels good when stimulated. It’s a walnut-sized gland that’s surrounded by nerves. It also ejects semen, so anal penetration can feel really, really good.

Many couples find anal play sexy and add it to their sexual repertoire. It’s also a great way to introduce new sensations for your partner.

Use Lubricants

Using lubricants can make anal play more fun and satisfying, especially if you’re using a finger or sex toy. This helps reduce friction between the anus and other areas, making it easier to touch and move around. It also reduces the amount of time it takes for an anal orgasm to occur, shortening the refractory period.

Anal orgasms can be achieved through penetrative anal sex, fingering, licking, and other anal stimulation techniques. The anal area is packed with nerve endings, and the pleasure can feel very different for everyone.

Some people find that a plug feels good, while others prefer fingering or licking the anus, rectum, and butt cheeks. It’s important to start small and work up to whatever feels best for you and your partner. Don’t be afraid to try new things, and remember that anal orgasms can be just as satisfying as penile orgasms for some people! The anus is a hotspot that deserves attention, just like the G spot and clit.

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Start Small

The anal is a hugely erogenous zone, and anyone with one has the potential to experience an anal orgasm. It’s a result of sexual stimulation of the erogenous zones in and around the butthole, including the rectum, butt cheeks, and prostate (if present) and feels different for everyone.

The prostate, which is a walnut-sized gland tucked between the anus and rectum, has thousands of nerves and can feel great when stimulated. Some people can even ejaculate from prostate stimulation alone, so don’t be afraid to explore.

But, just like with penetrative anal sex, it’s important to start small. Using lube and stimulating the area with your fingers feels pleasurable, and you can always move on to a more textured toy once you’re comfortable. And, if you want to penetrate, make sure that the toys are soft and not too thick—it can cause small tears in the anal lining and irritation. And, remember to use a lot of lube! It’s the key to a good anal orgasm. Lubricants also protect against irritation, abrasions, and pain.

Communicate

Many people shy away from anal play because they worry it’s dirty. And while it is true that the prostate is located in the same place where fecal matter leaves the body, stimulating this part of the anus isn’t dirty at all if done correctly.

Using a lot of lubrication and going slowly with insertion can help prevent painful chafing and tearing. It’s also a good idea to discuss anal play ahead of time with your partner and agree on a way to communicate if one of you wants to stop or needs more pressure.

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To begin, apply lube to your finger(s) and gently slide them into the anal canal. You may have to go an inch or two in and then start feeling around with your fingers to locate the rounded bulb of tissue that is the prostate. Once you find it, try performing the “come here” motion with your fingertips. Then, if your partner is up for it, rubbing and thrusting are great anal orgasm accelerants.

Focus on the Butthole

If you’re looking to experience an anal orgasm, it’s important to remember that you need to relax to get there. It won’t feel good, or might not even be possible, if you’re stiff or stressed out.

Once you’re relaxed, try stimulating the butthole with your fingers or a toy. It’s a hot spot that can be packed with nerve endings, just like the G-spot and clit. Play around to find the right strokes, pressure, and intensity to make it pleasurable for you.

Some people can also orgasm from penetrative anal sex with a penis, but it’s important to start small and be gentle. If you’re uncomfortable, don’t push it – that will be more stressful for you and your partner. Also, always use lots of lube and make sure you’re using the right sex toy or your fingers. It’s also a good idea to blend anal and external clitoral stimulation (via your mouth or a sex toy) for a mind-blowing blended pleasure experience.

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Use Toys

A man’s anal has a lot of nerve endings that can feel great to stimulate. Using toys to explore this area of the body is a fun way to play. It is important to use lots of lube with anal toys as the anus doesn’t self-lubricate. This can make the experience more enjoyable for both partners and prevent STIs. Using anal sex and other penetrative techniques can be very powerful and orgasmic, but it is important to communicate during penetration and stop if one partner wants to stop. Using condoms can also help prevent STIs during anal sex or penetration.

Some men may prefer to start with massaging the anus opening with their fingers or a small sex toy. This can increase anal foreplay and make the anus more relaxed prior to penetration. This is a great prelude to male G spot techniques (mentioned below) which can lead to climax.

A man’s prostate is a walnut-sized gland tucked between the bladder and rectum. Stimulating this area can feel good and some men can even ejaculate from prostate stimulation alone. Using a dildo for anal stimulation can be more intense and orgasmic than prostate massage, but it’s important to slow down. Too much movement can cause discomfort and can be an orgasm blocker.