Whether you know it or not, this wonderful little organ has been part of every load you’ve ever produced!
As gay men (and all men) age, the word prostate seems to come up more and more. Maybe because older guys tend to talk a lot about health issues. Also maybe because about half of all men will have prostate issues by the time they reach 70.
Enlarged prostate, prostatitus, prostate cancer. All these are serious. It’s time to get to know your prostate gland.
But it’s not just about biology and health. It’s about gayology, gay sex and bottoming! The staff at Emen8 in Australia have produced a simple article filled with quick facts and handy tips to help you get started.
No, not THAT sex organ. It’s a smaller one. Whether you know it or not, this wonderful little organ has been part of every load you’ve ever produced!
Your prostate sits behind the base of your penis, below your bladder. It produces some of the fluids in your semen, and its muscles help you ejaculate. That a lot of work for a gland about the size of a walnut.
THE MALE G-SPOT
Emen8 points out something even the BB Team didn’t know (although did know about the prostate as the Male G-Spot):
Your prostate does its own orgasms:
When you bottom, stimulating your prostate is one of the best parts of getting fucked. Along with the pelvic nerve, it gives you that powerful ‘internal’ orgasm which lights up your soul.
The best part is that you can do it completely hands free. You may not ejaculate (or even be hard) when you have a prostate orgasm, and you don’t necessarily need to touch your dick at all.
Emen8 also describes male milking. Yes, you’ve got milk. “Milking” your prostate is a less intense, but longer lasting way of enjoying it. You also don’t need to bottom to enjoy it. There is more milking detail in the article.
KEEPING YOUR PROSTATE HEALTHY
“In a 2020 study of regions of the world with the lowest rates of prostate disease, diet and gut health were identified as significant contributors to prostate health. Men in these places generally drank a lot of green tea, ate fish and didn’t eat a lot of sugary or processed foods.”
“Other studies have linked the ‘Mediterranean diet’ of fish, ‘good’ fats (e.g. from olives and avocados) and plant-based proteins (like legumes and soy) to a reduced risk and slower progression of prostate cancer.”
The 2020 study indicated that prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer and the fifth most common cause of cancer-related death in men worldwide.
Studies have also found a slight correlation between abdominal obesity and prostate problems. So stay physical and exercise!
SHOOTING YOUR LOAD
Another Emen8 article says, “Yet perhaps the most exciting way to reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer could involve shooting your load more often!” The BB Team has no qualms at all with the Australian advice! Go for it.
Emen8 lists many symptons of prostate problems. It’s worth further reading and thinking about your sexual, physical and prostate health!
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Tuesday May 23, 2023