Understanding Male Sexuality

6 09 2008

Contributed by: Dr. DominatRhix

Do men think about sex all the time? What does it truly take to please them?

Let’s face it: there are a lot of things we do not understand about men, especially when it comes to their sexuality. Why else would there be speculations about shoe size (and apparently even the length of the nose) as indications of their manhood’s size? Does size even matter at all?

To stem the ambiguity and for you to understand your man better sexually, here are nine things you must know about male sexuality, according to About.Com: Sexuality.

1. Penis size isn’t a simple measurement. Most men worry about the size of their penis at some point their lives, but usually with very little understanding about the average penis size. While some say that size matters, most people agree that it isn’t as important as skills in bed and sexual compatibility.

2. Men don’t always want to have sex. There is a notion that men always want sex, which a lot of men tend to act out—engaging in sex just because it is expected of them and not because they like it. Fact is, there are many times when men don’t feel like having sex due to several factors that don’t necessarily spell a “problem.”

3. Men can have multiple orgasms. Because most men learn to stimulate themselves to orgasm easily, they tend to believe there’s nothing more to learn by the time they are 19. As a result, most men only get to experience a small percentage of their orgasmic potential—and that includes male multiple orgasms.

4. Men can control ejaculation (most of the time). While most men experience problems with ejaculation at some point in their lives, many don’t know that the timing of ejaculation can be controlled most of the time with relatively simple exercises, which can also lead to a greater sexual pleasure—for both of you.

5. Men can (and do) use sex toys. The myth is sex toys are only for women who use them as stand-in for men. Yet these don’t replace people and are meant to do things none of us can—and the pleasure they cause can be for men as much as women: they provide great stimulation, and using sex toys with a partner can open up all sorts of unexplored possibilities in bed.

6. Men do have a “special button.” While not all men like having it pressed, it’s true that the prostate gland, often referred to as the “male G-spot,” can be a source of intense sexual pleasure for men. Knowing how to stimulate this opens more possibilities for him to experience pleasure—which will certainly benefit both of you.

7. Anal pleasure is for all men. Contrary to the common, homophobic belief that wanting anal play makes a man gay, it can actually make him feel very excited. In fact, many heterosexual couples are already exploring the physical and psychological pleasure it brings.

8. Masturbation is good for men.
Did you know that many of the secrets to a man’s desires can be found in the way he masturbates and that men who are good at pleasuring themselves can teach their partners what turns them on?

9. Male sexuality isn’t simple
. Because men’s genitalia are external and they can usually get themselves off easily, we assume there is nothing new to know about their sexuality. As a result, men are thought to have to work extra hard to discover their own sexual potential—which is in fact already there.

Source: http://www.femalenetwork.com/love-lust/understanding-male-sexuality/




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