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The Male G-Spot: A Guide To Prostate Milking

While there’s some debate as to whether or not the G-spot exists for women, there’s no denying that the “P-spot” is very real - and men could benefit greatly from learning more about the male g-spot.

Do Men Have G-Spots? Yes, They Do.

The prostate (also known as the “p-spot”) offers some of the most intense orgasms out there - but many men are afraid to approach the topic (or have anybody approach them that way).
But, opening your mind to opening your behind doesn’t have to be a demeaning thing - at the end of the day, it’s just like a kink - if you like it, then you’re doing something right.

What Is The Prostate?

The prostate is a gland about the size of a walnut.
Its job is to aid in reproduction by producing seminal fluids that help sperm survive for longer when ejaculation occurs.

Where Is The Prostate?

The prostate is located just below the bladder and behind the penis.
It contains a ton of nerve endings, which means that it’s hyper-sensitive and great for stimulation.

How Do I Find The Prostate?

As far as finding the prostate, you could go about it in one of two ways:
Internally and externally.


The first way of going about finding and milking the prostate is internally.
This requires you to insert a finger into the anus up to about the first knuckle. About 5 cm (2 inches) inside the rectum, you’ll find the prostate.


You can stimulate the p-spot indirectly via the perineum (also known as the “taint”).
There’s nothing wrong with going about it this way - especially if you’re easing into it for the first time.

Why’s It Called “Milking”?

The phrase “milking” comes from the fact that, when stimulating the prostate, you’ll sometimes see the release of a milky fluid - this indicates that an orgasm is approaching fast.

How Do I Milk The Prostate?

If you decide to go about it externally, all you’d need to do is stimulate the perineum area by rubbing with your finger, or making use of something like a vibrator.

If you decide to go in, then you’ll need a few things:


As we spoke about in a previous blog, there’s no such thing as too much lube.
Make sure your finger (or whatever else you’re inserting) is lubed up.

Barrier Protection

While it’s not meant to be clinical, the possibility of something coming out of the rear means the possibility of infections or bacteria.
Always make sure you’ve got a condom or latex glove to protect from any fecal matter.

Clean Hands + Nails

Make sure your hands are thoroughly cleaned, and that your nails have been trimmed down to avoid causing any injury to whoever’s being milked.


This might not be a quick process.
Once you’re in and you’ve found that walnut-sized gland, gently begin moving your finger in a “come here” motion. 
Make sure you’re asking the receiver if they’re enjoying it, if you should speed up or slow down, or apply more or less pressure.

If you’re up for it, you can always give them a blowjob or handjob as well to spice things up and aid in the process.


While it can be daunting (and there’s a massive stigma around butt stuff for heterosexual males), prostate play is by no means a demeaning action, and is supposed to bring pleasure (and orgasms you’ve never experienced before) to the bedroom