Why All Men Need An Anal Sex Toy

BE­CAUSE A PROSTATE MASSAGER IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH – AND THEN THERE’S THE OR­GASMS.

GQ (Australia) - - CHAMPION -

“Peo­ple are still ap­pre­hen­sive about putting things in their bot­toms, so be pa­tient and don’t for­get the lube,” says Elle Black, of sex bou­tique Mimi De Luxe. It’s sage ad­vice for any­one about to trial a prostate massager for the first time. Her words of wis­dom arise as we dis­cuss the male sex toy in­dus­try – how prostate mas­sagers have seen a huge in­crease in sales, and why men should be buy­ing them, not shy­ing away. Still, the ques­tion re­mains: how do you per­suade het­ero­sex­ual men to pen­e­trate them­selves for sex­ual plea­sure? “We see a lot of men buy­ing cou­ples’ vi­bra­tors – it’s about 50-50. Gen­er­ally, guys in their twen­ties are more open to them,” says Black. But prostate mas­sagers are a harder sell. “Five years ago, there were only a hand­ful of mas­sagers on the mar­ket but now there’s loads,” says Black. “Peo­ple are ex­per­i­ment­ing, and we might still blame Fifty Shades of Grey, but there’s been more in­ter­est in anal toys and prostate toys, be­cause when you hear about the health ben­e­fits, the taboo and so­cial stigma is lost.” Whether that’s true or not, a bit of bi­ol­ogy will help ex­plain the health ben­e­fits. The prostate (or the P-spot) is the male ver­sion of the G-spot. It’s a wal­nut-sized, se­men-stor­ing gland be­hind the blad­der that se­cretes fluid, which nour­ishes and pro­tects sperm. When mas­saged, se­men is re­leased and the prostate is cleansed. If ig­nored, bac­te­ria can build up, caus­ing pain and swelling. So the ben­e­fits of reg­u­lar prostate mas­sage are no­table – it re­duces the risk of prostate can­cer, gen­i­tal pain, pro­stati­tis, loss of erec­tions, ejac­u­la­tory prob­lems and fre­quent night-time uri­na­tion, while also in­creas­ing the in­ten­sity of ejac­u­la­tion and height­en­ing sex­ual ex­pe­ri­ence. The first thing to note is that it’s nowhere near as in­tru­sive as it looks. You can hardly feel it in­side you, and, with the use of am­ple lu­bri­ca­tion, it glides in with­out any dis­com­fort. What you do feel is the sen­sa­tion of a vi­bra­tion stim­u­lat­ing the per­ineum (the area just past the scro­tum), which, de­pend­ing on the seven set­tings, varies in in­ten­sity. GQ took two ap­proaches to see what was more sex­u­ally grat­i­fy­ing. We flew solo, us­ing it to mas­tur­bate, and we tried it while re­ceiv­ing oral sex. The sec­ond was, hands down (and breath held), the most in­tense or­gasm we’d ever had. GQ’S long-term sex­ual part­ner was com­fort­able with the ad­di­tion to fore­play and was no­tably turned on by our height­ened plea­sure. So give it a go, or forgo what is a mind-blow­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Be­cause all men hate miss­ing out, right?

GQ TRI­ALLED THE ROCKS OFF ‘NAUGHTY BOY P-SPOT VI­BRA­TOR’, WHICH IS IN THE BE­GIN­NER RANGE AND COSTS $89.95. FOR MORE IN­FOR­MA­TION, VISIT MIMIDELUXE.COM/AU

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