How to Achieve a Prostate Orgasm

Anyone who’s ever had a prostate orgasm knows that it can be mind-blowing. Stimulating the prostate is a great way to add an extra dimension to solo or couple-based masturbation.

All you need is a little bit of practice and plenty of lube. Follow these tips for ways to find and trigger a prostate orgasm (sometimes referred to as “prostate milking”). It may take some trial and error, but it’s well worth it.

Start with the P-spot

The male g-spot, also known as the P-spot, is a small spot inside the anus. It has a different feel than the penis and testicles, but it is said to give a lot of pleasure when stimulated. It is a popular area for gay boys to play with, and it has even been reported to cause orgasms.

When attempting to touch the anus or hit the P-spot for the first time, it is important to use plenty of lube. The anus is not self-lubricating, and without proper precautions anal penetration can cause pain and tearing. It is recommended to begin slow, and increase pressure gradually. Always listen to your body, and stop if you experience any pain or discomfort.

If you are not sure where to start, try gently inserting a well-lubricated finger. You will likely feel a round gland that feels similar to the size of a walnut. Many men say that they feel the need to urinate when they reach their P-spot, which is a good sign.

Once you have found the P-spot, you can start stimulating it with your fingers. Stimulating the prostate alone can be pleasurable, but you can also pair it with other erogenous areas like the penis, testicles and inner thighs. Oral sex can be another turn-on for many sexually active people, and can be used in conjunction with prostate stimulation for a full-body sensation.

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Load up on lube

Men who experience prostate orgasms report feeling intense pleasure from stimulation of this area, which is sometimes described as a man’s G-spot. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that surrounds the urethra (the tube through which urine leaves the body) and it produces some of the seminal fluid that mixes with sperm to form ejaculate. It’s also surrounded by nerves that are highly responsive to touch and pressure.

Whether you’re doing prostate massage solo or with a partner, it’s important to use plenty of lube so you can easily find the p-spot, which is located inside the anus. Using a finger or a sex toy, apply lube and gently insert it through the anus, feeling for a round lump about an inch in from the end of your penis. Once you feel for the p-spot, start stimulating it with different strokes and pressure. You can even add a little simulated vibration to the area to increase pleasure.

While there aren’t any lab-conducted studies on prostate pleasure, sex educators, adult performers and therapists have created a community of “prostate milkers” who share tips and techniques on how to get a prostate orgasm. A quick online search reveals many websites dedicated to this kind of sexual stimulation, which is also known as anal play. The website for sex toy manufacturer Aneros, for instance, has a private chat room, wiki and blog where its 50,000 members share their experiences with prostate pleasure.

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Stroke the anus

While penile orgasms are fantastic, the prostate also has a unique kind of climax that can push male pleasure to new heights. The P-spot, a walnut-sized gland near the center of the anal canal, is said to feel like a gentleman’s G-spot (similar to the G-spot in women and people who have vulvas) and can cause full-body orgasms that are felt throughout the body, including the belly button and the back of the neck.

The easiest way to get a prostate orgasm is to simply massage the area with your fingers or anal sex toys, says sex expert Zachary Zane. He suggests starting with lubrication and then trying various pressure and speed to find the right mix of sensations that leads to anal ecstasy. It’s also possible to have both a prostate orgasm and a penile orgasm at the same time, he adds.

To stroke the anus, use your index finger to gently press against the anal opening. Move it back and forth, side to side, and up and down while changing up the pressure and speed to see what works best. You can also try using a silicone vibe, which is ideal for anal stimulation because it doesn’t harbor bacteria. Some anal sex toys are also shaped to “milk” the prostate, which can be a little painful the first few times you use them but gets easier with practice.


Prostate orgasms can be powerful, mind-blowing experiences that push the boundaries of men’s pleasure. They’re different than penile orgasms, and require different stimulation techniques. Fortunately, they’re easy to accomplish and can be shared with partners or by yourself.

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To stimulate the prostate, start by inserting a well-lubricated finger (or sex toy) into the anus and moving toward the front wall of the rectum. The area feels fleshier and softer than the rest of the rectal lining, and you should be able to feel a rounded lump that feels like a walnut. Some people describe the prostate as having a “come hither” feeling, so try lightly brushing it with the pads of your fingers or tracing circles around it.

Once you’ve located the P-spot, start to massage it. Many suggest that you use a circular motion with the pad of your finger and apply pressure for seven to 10 seconds. Be sure to take big, deep, diaphragmatic belly breaths as you play. This will help to relax you and may prolong your orgasm.

To get a partner involved in prostate play, ask them to sit next to you and bring their knees up towards their chest. Have them place one hand on your outer leg and the other hand on their anus to help them stay in position, and then have them reach down with a stroking motion.

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