~~~~ MALE MASTURBATION ~~~~
The most common masturbation technique among males is to hold the penis with a loose fist and then to move the hand up and down the shaft. This type of stimulation is typically all that is required to achieve orgasm and ejaculation. The speed of the hand motion varies throughout the masturbation session.
Male masturbation techniques may differ between males who have been circumcised and those who have not. Some techniques which may work for one individual can be difficult or uncomfortable for another. For males who have not been circumcised, stimulation of the penis typically comes from the "pumping" of the foreskin, whereby the foreskin is held and slid up and down over the glans, which, depending on foreskin length, is completely or partially covered and then uncovered in a rapid motion. The outer foreskin glides smoothly over the inner foreskin. The glans itself may widen and lengthen as the stimulation continues, becoming slightly darker in colour, while the gliding action of the foreskin reduces friction. This technique may also be used by some circumcised men who have sufficient excess skin remaining from their circumcision.
For circumcised males, on whom the glans is mostly or completely uncovered, this technique creates more direct contact between the hand and the glans. To avoid friction, irritation and soreness from this resulting friction, some may prefer to use a personal lubricant, masturbation cream, or saliva.
The shaft skin can also be slid back and forth with just the index finger and thumb wrapped around the penis. A variation on this is to place the fingers and thumb on the penis as if playing a flute, and then shuttle them back and forth. Lying face down on a comfortable surface such as a mattress or pillow, the penis can be rubbed against it. This technique may include the use of a simulacrum, or artificial vagina.
Prostate massage is one other technique used for sexual stimulation, often in order to reach orgasm. The prostate is sometimes referred to as the "male G-spot" or P-spot. Some men can achieve orgasm through stimulation of the prostate gland, by stimulating it using a well-lubricated finger or dildo inserted through the anus into the rectum, and men who report the sensation of prostate stimulation often give descriptions similar to females' accounts of G-spot stimulation. Prostate stimulation can produce stronger and more powerful orgasms than penile stimulation. Stimulating the prostate from outside, via pressure on the perineum, can be pleasurable as well.
Anal masturbation without any prostate stimulation, with fingers or otherwise, is also one other technique which some men enjoy. Since the muscles of the anus contract during orgasm, the presence of an object holding the sphincter open can strengthen the sensation of the contractions and intensify orgasm. The practice may be pleasurable because of the large number of nerve endings in the anal area, and because of the added stimulation gained from stretching the anal sphincter muscles while inserting the finger. A good quality personal lubricant is advisable to both increase the pleasurable sensation and aid insertion. Some people prefer to simply stimulate the outer ring of the anus, while others will follow this by inserting one or more fingers.
There are many other variations on male masturbation techniques. Men may also rub or massage the glans, the rim of the glans, and the frenular delta. Some men place both hands directly on their penis during masturbation, while others may use their free hand to fondle their testicles, nipples, or other parts of their body. The nipples are erogenous zones, and vigorous stimulation of them during masturbation usually causes the penis to become erect more quickly than it would otherwise. Some may keep their hand stationary while pumping into it with pelvic thrusts in order to simulate the motions of sexual intercourse. Some may lay in the prone position and rub their genitals against the bed sheet or other surface, a technique called prone masturbation. In a bath or shower a male may direct water via a handheld showerhead at his frenelum, testicles, or perineum. Others may also use vibrators and other sexual devices more commonly associated with female masturbation.
A somewhat controversial ejaculation control technique is to put pressure on the perineum, about halfway between the scrotum and the anus, just before ejaculating. This can, however, redirect semen into the bladder (referred to as retrograde ejaculation).
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Prostate milking is the act of stimulating or massaging the prostate gland. This gland is sometimes called the male G-spot because milking the prostate can trigger ejaculation in some men.
Prostate milking is sometimes used interchangeably with "prostate massage." However, it's important to note that prostate milking refers specifically to internal massage of the area on the rectum's anterior wall. The more general term, prostate massage, can also refer to external massage of the perineum which can indirectly put pressure on the prostate.
Many couples incorporate prostate milking into their foreplay and lovemaking. Some men also enjoy milking their own prostate during solo or couples play. Commercial prostate massagers including vibrators, dildos, and anal plugs are available. However, some people prefer to use one or two fingers to stimulate the prostate. This can work well, although in some instances a finger may be too short to reach the prostate gland.
During prostate milking, the massager or finger enters the rectum via the anus and applies light pressure to the prostate gland. This is around the size of a walnut, and located around an inch inside the anus. Many men report that they feel like they need to use the bathroom when their prostate is milked. This sensation is common, and can take some getting used to. However, many fans say the orgasm that comes from prostate milking is more intense than a regular orgasm.
While prostate milking is generously safe, injuries can occur if the massage is too vigorous. These injuries include periprostatic hemorrhages, septicaemia, cellulitis, rectal fissures, and the flare-up or creation of haemorrhoids. A generous amount of lubricant will reduce the risks of damage to the rectal lining.
Many people also prefer to use condoms with massagers used in anal play. Latex gloves are also commonly worn for prostate milking. If you don't wear gloves, it’s important to wash your hands thoroughly and keep your nails short, clean, and smooth. Massagers and fingers should also be cleaned thoroughly with antibacterial soap before being used in other orifices.