Cock.  Dick.  Trouser Snake.  The monkey that people often spank.   The complex organ made up of erectile tissue but not of bones or muscles.

PENIS!!!

As I write this post, it is the 1-month anniversary of SHF and I could not be more stoked to spend it explaining the fun ways in which my 2nd favorite set of genitals feel when they get turned on (I don’t own a penis … but I am a fan)!  So let’s get to it!

Great Sex Fundamental #4: The tip of the penis likes dexterity, the shaft likes pressure and motion, and the penis doesn’t end where the balls/sac start.

For the penis owning folks, brains and blood flow totally apply.  Just because someone is a dude, it doesn’t mean they’re exempt from these rules.  (Just Sayin’.)

With that disclaimer, I simply have this to say: And now it’s time for a breakdown.

Great Sex Fundamental #4, Part 1: The Tip of the Penis Likes Dexterity

The tip of the penis has a super high concentration of nerve endings.  This means that there are a lot of pleasure receptors there to pick up on sensation when the dude owning the penis is turned on.  Although what a penis owner likes will vary, dexterous sensation (i.e. the kind of sensation fingers or a tongue can generate) are totally clutch when it comes to the tip of the penis.  Sensation like licking, stroking, sucking, tugging and … wait for it … vibration … are all great for the tip of the penis.

Now, one disclaimer to that statement.  Many dudebros are the proud owners of a foreskin.  (Foreskin is that piece of skin 99.9% of guys are born with that covers the head and is [evolutionarily speaking] designed to protect the head of the penis.)  When dudes have a foreskin, some sensations directly on the head of the penis might be wayyyyyyyy too intense when he’s turned on. So!  If your dude has a foreskin they may like their pleasure indirect (i.e. through foreskin, fabric, etc).  Make sure you check in with them to figure that out!

Picture of a mouth frenulum.Also!  When it comes to penis-head pleasuring there is this part of the penis called the  frenulum that LURVES (that is a slang term for ‘loves’ in case you don’t know) dexterous sensation and pressure!  The frenulum is located on the underside of the penis and looks kind of like the picture featured to the left

Great Sex Fundamental #4, Part 2:  The Shaft Likes Pressure and Motion.

Pressure = Squeezing.  Motion = … well, motion.  That up and down, back and forth kinda thang.

There’s also this part of the shaft called the Perineal Raphe (P-raphe … pronounced pee-raff).  You may have thought of the P-Raphe as the underside seam, the dark line on the bottom of the penis, or even that mysterious raised line on the bottom of the penis.  The p-raphe is where the tissues of penis fused together in utero (in a dude’s mom’s uterus), and also happens to have more nerve endings than the rest of the shaft.

Because of the increase in nerve endings, the p-raphe enjoys dexterous sensation as well as the standard pressure and motion enjoyed by the shaft.  Double bonus!

Great Sex Fundamental #4, Part 3: The Penis Doesn’t End Where the Balls/Sac Start

When a guy measures his penis, he often measures on the top-side and counts out the inches/cm from his pubes to his tip.  Which is totally logical as his pube line often dictates how far he’d be able to thrust into another person.  However, were he to try to measure his dick from the underside … he might have more trouble figuring out where to begin measuring.

Why?

Well, it’s because his penis actually continues into his body, past his testicles/scrotum for up to 2 inches.   That piece of penis that you can’t see if you’re taking a gander from an upward angle is called the root of the penis.  If you were to theoretically remove the testicles completely, the root of the penis is the area underneath the testicles/scrotum AND the area that extends all the way back to the anus.

Why does this matter?

Simple!  When dudebro or someone who is pleasuring dudebro plays with the area underneath and/or behind the testicles, they’re totalllllly playing with the root of the penis!  And this part happens to have lots of nerve endings!  Which means that both dexterous sensations AND pressure/motion are really effective forms of stimulation for this part of the penis.

So, just one more time for emphasis.

Great Sex Fundamental #4: The tip of the penis likes dexterity, the shaft likes pressure and motion, and the penis doesn’t end where the balls/sac start. 

How can you use this information to your advantage?  I’m glad you asked!

Action Steps for Great Action

1) If you are a penis owner think about the three different parts of your penis (head, shaft, root) and how you like them pleasured.  Write down 1 “must happen” pleasure point for each part of your penis.

Example:  Your tip needs indirect pleasuring when you’re reallllly turned on, you like a little typing finger movement on your p-raphe, AND you like gentle stroking on your penis root.

2) If you like to sex-up penis owners, ask your partner at least 1 way they enjoy having their penises played with.  Implement whatever seems plausible!

Example:  Your partner tells you that they like to have their tip stroked through fabric.  You happen to have GREAT bed sheets, so the next time you sex up your partner, you pleasure their head through your amazing bed sheets.

PENIS!

Go Get Some!
-Becca

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