FROM A TO OOOH – REAL QUICK
Urologist Aaron Spitz, author of The Penis Book, explains how arousal plays out for most men
1 Sensory stimuli,
such as the smell of your perfume, the way you caress his arm, the taste of your lips, or even just thinking about seeing you naked, send signals to his brain that jumpstart blood flow to his privates. Congrats, you’ve officially turned him on.
2 A flood of hormones
(oxytocin, testosterone and dopamine) gives him a boost of sexual desire. Psst: talk dirty to him now.
3 During foreplay,
blood fills the erectile tissue in his penis, expanding it to its max. The pressure forces the veins shut, trapping blood inside, causing an erection. Muscles at the base of his shaft flex, making him literally throb.
4 Meanwhile, the skin around his testicles,
aka scrotum, tightens, causing his danglers to rise up towards his body. The surrounding veins fill with blood, which may make his balls feel larger when you fondle them during the deed.
5 Heads-up: most guys orgasm
after five to 10 minutes of intercourse. Right before release, his bladder closes and a mixture of sperm and other fluids combine in the urethra channel. Then his pelvic-floor muscles start propelling it all out via squeeze and-release contractions. These pumps are largely what make his climax feel so insanely pleasurable.