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We recently discovered that ‘how to use a prostate massager’ is one of the most common Google search terms around prostate massage. With that in mind, we’re going to answer exactly that question. While we’re at it, we’re going to let you know a whole lot more about the fun you can have with these funky toys, what lies in store for anyone interested in some anal action, and exciting their prostate.
Admittedly, there a thousand and one ways to apply the sort of pressure to your prostate to get it excited, the most basic of which are your fingers. But why walk to work when you could be driving a Porsche? There is so much prostate massage equipment to choose between, and if you know what you’re looking for, you can spot the difference in an instant. Almost every premium prostate massage toy will have the kind of curve designed for an exact aim at your P-spot. They’ll also feature grips, handles and flared bases, designed to prevent the most excited of you from losing a toy where you really don’t want to. Another advantage of using a prostate massager is that these toys protect your prostate from overly heavy-handed efforts. Using your fingers alone can cause damage to what is quite a delicate part of your body. A massager creates a far safer method of stimulation, spreading the pressure in a safer manner. Finally, these specially designed toys create a far superior sensation than your fingers ever could. Every separate element is conceived with pleasure in mind. And that’s why the market is thriving, and growing in popularity by the day.
There has been a steady rise in interest in prostate and anal exploration among men. The market has seen an almost 50% increase in sales of such specific male toys over the past 10 years. Surprisingly, the surveys show that the market is 60% heterosexual. It seems that straight men are bang up for a big back-road climax. We’d never have seen that coming. The market tends to be led by slightly older male generations, but don’t be fooled, as the prostate movement gains popularity, Millennials and Gen Zers are quick coming to the fray to get in on the anal action.
The prostate is around 2 inches inside the rectum, about halfway to your penis. To locate it, and to know what you’re aiming for when you begin your massage, it’s probably a good idea to lube up and slide a finger inside. You should be able to detect it on the front wall, as it will feel slightly different from the other tissue in there. You might not be able to feel the gland itself, but if you’re in the right ballpark, you could feel the sensation of needing to pee. If you can get yourself aroused before you start your search—it should help. Arousal will encourage the prostate to swell, and hopefully, make it a little easier to locate.
The more prepared you are, the easier and more enjoyable your experience will be. Over time, you’ll know exactly what works for you and what doesn’t, and you’ll become more used to some of the surprise sensations you’ll feel during those first few goes. Here’s our bullet point guide: • Go to the toilet before you start. • Wash up and clean well. It’ll help with the relaxation and the worry of ‘what ifs’. • Be as relaxed as possible. • Engage in masturbation or foreplay, as arousal will make the experience easier. • Get used to being touched around your prostate from the outside. It will help prepare you for penetration. • Use plenty of lube. The more, the merrier. All anal activity requires as much lubrication as possible to keep you safe and free from damage. • Enter the anus slowly and carefully, at a speed that’s comfortable for you. We encourage anyone inexperienced in anal play, to go to the toilet before they start, and clean themselves thoroughly. Although, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll actually void your bladder or bowels during the process, it’s quite likely that you’ll feel like you want to. Worrying about it can kill the mood and put the brakes on your efforts. Knowing there’s nothing to come out can help quite a lot.
What is the best prostate massager? There are plenty of options to choose from. If you’re a beginner to this type of stimulation, you’ll probably aim for something a little smaller and smoother—and over time, working up to bigger and better things.