Prostate Massage!?

What exactly is my prostate?
The prostate is a walnut-sized, semen-storing gland located at the root of the penis, just below the bladder. When the prostate is massaged, stagnant semen is released and voila…your prostate is cleansed. When ignored, as is often the case, semen becomes stagnant in the prostate, creating a buildup of bacteria which can cause swelling.
 
So how will this benefit me?
Regularly prostate massage reduces the risk of prostatitis, prostate cancer, genital pain, symptoms of erectile dysfunction and frequent nighttime urination. In addition, it improves overall erectile function and increases seminal fluid and circulation. While the health benefits of regular prostate massage are long-lasting, you might be surprised at all the other positives in store.

But won’t it hurt?
When done properly, it’s the exact opposite. Many men experience intense, long-lasting, even multiple orgasms and intense ejaculation when their prostate is massaged. While many men focus solely on external pleasure points, male biology’s best kept sexual secret often gets left in the dark (or more colloquially referred to as a place ‘where the sun don’t shine’).
 
Wait…I will actually enjoy massaging my prostate?
Assuming you like mind-blowing sex: yes. It’s time for men to stop envying women for their ability to experience intense, long-lasting orgasms. The prostate (sometimes called the P-Spot) is the male version of the female G-spot, and when stimulated enables even more intense orgasms otherwise unattainable by the more standard penile friction.
 
Okay, you’ve got my attention. So how do I do it?
You can use a finger to massage your prostate, but first you need to find the prostate and manually stimulate it by repetitively moving your finger back and forth. This can be a little tricky, so to take the job off of your hands (literally), we offer the service in conjunction with a sensual/ tantric massage at no additional charge.
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