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The Prostate Gland, Men G-Spot and why we have more gays now

Dr. Nyarkotey reveals

Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu

This post is not to promote gayism but to reveal the facts on It. Do you know the prostate gland is the male G-Spot?
It is like the clitoris in women. Men also have G-Spot and it Is the prostate . It is located in front of your rectum or anus and this is where gays penetrate or play. The prostate gland is the most sensitive sexual male organ. Prostate stimulation can produce exeptional sexual excitement and your ability to control organsm at the prostate can prolong ejaculation in men.

So if you do that because you discovered this pleasure then.

You’re certainly not alone in your discovery of rectal pleasure by stimulating the prostate gland and sensitive nerves around the anus — even if you didn’t know that’s what you were doing. When touched or massaged, the prostate — about a half-inch inside the opening of the anus — is a spot in men’s bodies that heightens sensations during many a male masturbation session, including at the time of orgasm. Why here? This area is kind of like the Space Shuttle launch pad: it’s where the fluids of ejaculation gather just before they take off up the shaft of the penis. The immense energy prior to lift-off, complete with all that smoke and fire, is analogous to the pressure and super-sensitivity around the anus just before you shoot your payload into space, your partner, or wherever.
This Is our G-Spot!

Many heterosexual men may never go there for a good time because associate any kind of anal contact with being gay. However, there are plenty of straight singles and couples alike who give and receive anal stimulation in different ways. Therefore, partaking in anal stimulation definitely does not equate to being a gay man. If you fantasize about sex with women while you pull your penis and probe your anus, well, that’s pretty strong evidence of heterosexuality. In the end, a your sexual orientation is far less important than your awareness and recognition that your body is yours to enjoy!

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Efo Korsi Senyo has over 4 years experience working as investigative journalist with Awake Africa. He is the Head of Awake Investigates. Connect with him via senyo@awakeafrica.com or WhatsApp: +233249155003

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