Urologist and female sex expert Dr. Jennifer Berman demonstrates how to find the male G-spot.
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Female 1: But there’s a special spot, there’s actually a male G spot. Have you heard of that? I think it actually should be called the Male P spot. It’s actually and you know that— Jennifer Berman: Well actually, I mean they say that the female G spot is the equivalent or the skene’s gland or the equivalent of the male prostate. So the prostate is actually a very and the perineum which is the area in between the anus and scrotum, I think they call it, I hate that word. Why don’t you say it? Female 1: Perineum? Jennifer Berman: No the T-A-I-N— Female 1: Oh the, I don’t know if we can say it, the taint? Yes. Jennifer Berman: That word. That area is very sensitive and which is where the prostate is. And pressure on the prostate can be sensual and arousing and increase the intensity of orgasm. Female 1: So supposedly, if you stimulate this area, you’ll make their heads pop off. That’s the idea right? Right? So if you know how to do it? Female 2: I tried that once though with my husband, his head pop up but it was like a, “Oh my god! What are you doing?” Female 1: But well that’s the thing, because how do you get to that spot. You have to go up the bum, right? Female 3: No, no, no, no, no. Female 2: Not that spot. Jennifer Berman: But up the, well that’s a whole different, but no it’s in that Taint area, you put pressure lift up the testicles. Female 1: Do you have a prop, do you have a prop next to you so we see it? Do you have a prop? Jennifer Berman: Where’s my prop? Oh! Here it is. Female 1: Yes. So we can actually show. Jennifer Berman: Lift this up. Female 1: Okay, that’s that perineum area. Jennifer Berman: That’s the scrotum, no but it’s in between if you're going to lift this up, in between the area, in between the anus and the end of the scrotum. So if you put pressure on that, that hard, that’s the area of the prostate and what actually is happening is you're putting resistance on the urethra and that is a pleasurable sensation during ejaculation. Female 1: So you don’t have to go up the bum. You don’t have to have them have an enema and get lubrication and gloves and all that stuff. Jennifer Berman: No. Female 3: Now what position is your man supposed to be in when you’re giving him this pleasure? Is he lying down or sitting up or how do you do it? Female 2: Any. Jennifer Berman: That would be, it could be any, which way. Female 3: Okay. Female 1: So that’s the secret, that’s the male’s secret spot. But we know it can be just like for women there’s not necessarily one spot and the biggest male G spot is supposed to be up here although they still think down there. Jennifer Berman: That’s their brain. Female 1: Yes. Their brains are down there. So, but it’s a good thing for women to know. Jennifer Berman: But the prostate in that area is sensual and for that matter the scrotum is as well. I would never think of that, but research has shown that the scrotal area is also erogenous and sensitive in men as well. So don’t regret any part of man. Female 1: And then also ears and nipples and you know were also very—other erogenous zones. Jennifer Berman: And there are erogenous zones that we don’t even know about that sometime, some people, the back of their neck, some people, the back of their knees. I mean it’s important to know your partner’s area because it doesn’t all have to be penetration focused. Female 1: Communicate.
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