The Male L-Spot
Knowing the Male L-Spot, Profiting From It, Enjoying It
Let's say that the L-spot is a "brand" name. Contrary to the female G-spot, the L-spot is not a concrete sexual zone but only a new name given to the external part of the pubococcygeus muscle, a particularly erogenous zone which may be stimulated both externally and internally.
Conversely, the L-spot is located between the zone below the testicles and the anus.
The L-spot may be stimulated in several ways:
The first two ways are the more accessible from everybody and the easier to do, but the third requires some training for both sexes. Our program includes these training techniques in order to make the stimulation of the L-spot work during penetration, especially allowing simultaneous orgasms to the male. In fact, the L-spot has its own orgasm, that is, a different way to get an orgasm, different from the usual penile stimulation.
L-Spot Stimulation During Oral Sex
During oral sex, the penis should only be sucked on its tip, that is, directly sucking the urethra orifice, where urine and sperm get out, as if it where a straw. With this kind of stimulation, we will get an aspiration effect. To obtain this effect it is enough to rhythmically repeat the suctions in rapid sequences. By sucking the penis this way, we can achieve a male L-spot orgasm. It's also an excellent technique to really arouse a man. But we cannot suck too strong, because it may cause irritations. A particularly expert partner may alternate this stimulation with normal oral sex. Once the man has reached the orgasm, the stimulation should continue during the ejaculation, by stimulating at the same time the frenulum of the glans and its more sensitive part below it with the tongue.
L-Spot Stimulation During Masturbation
This technique is the easiest. Getting masturbated with thumb pressions over the L-spot would suffice. Sure, with only finger pressures, reaching the L-spot orgasm is hard, and not all the men can reach it without training. But, by combining this technique with usual masturbation you may at least intensify the pleasure and differentiate it. Obviously, feelings are much better if the partner is who makes the pressures. Another variant is introducing a finger in the anus in order to stimulate the prostate and the L-spot at the same time. Nevertheless, only few heterosexual men tolerate and admit an anal stimulation.
L-Spot Stimulation During Penetration
In order to stimulate the L-spot during penetration, a well developed and trained pubococcygeus muscle would be enough (these techniques are found in the member's zone). The woman as well should have some mastery of her vaginal muscles and being in condition to move them appropriately, creating a sort of aspiration effect in the vagina. Nowadays, very few women are conscious of their vaginal muscles and therefore it's difficult to stimulate the L-spot during penetration. Nevertheless, our program includes techniques allowing women to use their vaginal muscles with profit, not only to give more pleasure, but also to find better erotic sensations.
The L-spot stimulation during penetration is particularly interesting because it allows simultaneous orgasms and when combined with other techniques, these orgasms may be reciprocal, allowing plenty of new resources in sexual pleasure.
The L-Spot Orgasm
We have seen how the L-spot involves its own orgasm, different than the orgasms known by everybody. This explains why homosexual men may reach an anal orgasm and also why many men would enjoy if their partner introduces a finger in their anus during sex. At the beginning it was believed that homosexual orgasms were only caused by the contact between the penis and the prostate in the anus. But, later it was discovered that the L-spot orgasm was not completely involved with the prostatic one, having it its own characteristics. Furthermore, it was about an unusual prostate stimulation, so the sexologists arrived to consider the L-spot like a distinct erogenous spot, deserving a name and a definition.
Sure, women too have their pubococcygeus muscle, but its anatomic conformation is a little different with respect to men. Furthermore, in women, the area that could be called L-spot does not exist, since the muscular bundles characterizing the pubococcygeus muscle are not visible externally as in the man. For this reason, we only refer to L-spot in respect to male sex. However, women have the G-spot, that is, the spot facilitating the female anal orgasm, since women do not have prostate.
During usual sex, the pleasure increases little by little transforming into an acute sensation. Generally, we reach to the point of no-return, that is, the point where orgasm is unavoidable, and then, orgasm is perceived like rapid discharges which normally are between four and five. Generally a male orgasm lasts a few seconds and it's followed by involuntary contractions of the muscles located between the pubis and the anus; these contractions seem to characterize it. Whereas, getting a relaxed orgasm is very difficult and requires a better corporal control, but it's also more satisfactory, in both sexes.
Nevertheless, the L-spot orgasm is different is an exception to these rules. It's slow, progressive, without shots and contractions and it flows like a breath. As Dr. Leslie Leonelli said, discharges are stronger, less acute, rounder, warmer, deeper and especially longer.
In the program we will see how orgasm and ejaculation are two different things even if they happen at the same time. The L-spot orgasm seems to confirm it: in fact, it begins a little before ejaculation and it ends after the last drop of sperm is depleted. This is an orgasm which spreads all along the body.
Sure this orgasm is not equal in all men and some are even unable to have it without a previous preparation. So it worth to give it a try and get the maximum of pleasure by being very well prepared.
[ Privacy and Security | Contact Us | Terms and Conditions ]
© Ionenet S.A. All Rights Reserved