You replace old habits with new ones and often times it’s what separates an amazing experience from an average one.
Lovemaking is an art, and experience is the best teacher.
To help you get acquainted and understand your penis on a deeper level, here is a brief tour of the basic male sexual anatomy.
All of these parts of the erect penis are not equally sensitive. Certain locations can delay ejaculation while others help you achieve the highest sensation of pleasure and sometimes can take you to the point of no return.
Frenulum (Trigger Point)
The Frenulum is the most responsive and sensitive area of a man’s penis. It’s connected to a group of very delicate nerve endings.
These nerve endings can be very intense and are precisely what make you squeeze your eyes shut. This is also the area most men stimulate during masturbation.
What most men don’t know is that by stimulating this area, you are sensitizing the softest spot and making it more responsive to touch.
Sex may not last as long for men who masturbate obsessively, because the constant stimulation of this area increases the sensitivity, thereby reducing the ability to hold back the urge to ejaculate.
Glans (Head of the Penis)
The head of the penis or the glans is what gives the penis its personality. It’s also the second most sensitive part of the entire penis.
Corona (Edge of the Glands)
This is what kind of looks like a collar around the head of the penis. The ring that surrounds the glans is what you would call Corona.
Exit point for ejaculation, urine, and pre-cum.
The lengthiest part of the penis during an erection is known as the shaft. This is what defines the penis’ length.
This is where the man’s body meets it’s sex pistol.
Does the slang “nut sack” ring a bell? Scrotum is a bag-like soft skin that covers the testicles. As a man gets closer to ejaculation, the testes pull into the body and prepare to release semen.
In case you fall short of time but want to continue having sex, pull the scrotum away from the body – this will delay ejaculation.
The testicles are considered, perhaps, the most masculine part of a man’s body. Balls! “Testicular” fortitude is a must-have attribute for men.
Testicles are two oval-shaped balls inside your scrotum. The testicles produce semen.
- Stage 1 – Lengthening and Firmness
- Stage 2 – Swelling
- Stage 3 – Hardness
- Stage 4 – Heat
Here’s how the healing Tao Instructor Walter Beckley describes the Four stages of an erection:
1. In the first stage, your penis starts to move and become erect.
2. In the second stage, the penis is firm but not hard enough to penetrate.
3. In the third stage, it is erect and hard.
4. In the fourth stage it’s stiff and really hot. This last stage is also when your testicles draw into your body.
Have you ever taken your awareness through this affair of excitation and what you feel at the precise moment right before ejaculation during lovemaking or masturbation?
Do you squeeze your anus during lovemaking or masturbation? For a lot of men, this can lead to uncontrollable ejaculations. Once you become aware of your sensations, you can last longer in bed.
Become more mindful of your body and responses to understand yourself on a deeper level.
The English word for “penis” was adopted into the English language in the 17th Century. Prior to that, the penis was referred to as a “yard” or “pizzle.”