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Penile vs Prostate Orgasm

Penile and Prostate orgasms are two distinct types of male orgasms that involve different anatomical structures and sensations. There are other types of orgasm in men, including full body, spiritual orgasm, but we shall only look at the differences between penile and prostate orgasm for today.

Penile Orgasm


Penile orgasms are typically achieved through direct or indirect stimulation of the penis. In tantric or sensual massage, we stimulate the lingam by massaging it with our hands, using multiple techniques (see my blog posts on lingam massage techniques for more details and some examples of said techniques:). Outside of tantra/sensual massage, there are of course many other ways of stimulating the lingam, be it through oral pleasure or intercourse etc.


Penile orgasms are often associated with ejaculation, which involves the release of semen from the penis. Ejaculation is a part of the orgasmic response in many men.


The sensations of a penile orgasm are focused on the genital area, including the penis and surrounding tissues. The climax is often described as intense and pleasurable, with rhythmic contractions of the pelvic muscles.

Refraction Period

After experiencing a penile orgasm, many men enter what can be viewed as a moment of deep introspection. This refractory period, a space for internal reflection and connection with one's own energy, varies among individuals. During this sacred interval, there is an opportunity for spiritual growth and a profound connection with the inner self. Penile orgasm is often linked to a massive loss of energy - unlike some other types of male orgasm we shall be looking into... :)

Prostate Orgasm


Prostate orgasms are achieved through stimulation of the prostate gland, a small, walnut-sized gland located just below the bladder. This stimulation can be achieved through anal penetration or specific prostate massage techniques.

Prostate massage can be External: consists of applying gentle pressure to the perineum (the area between the scrotum and anus), which can indirectly stimulate the prostate, awakening unique sensations running through your body. This can be done using fingers or specialised toys/massagers with or without vibrating functions. Some men prefer stronger pressure to be applied on their prostate, whilst others opt to go for a softer one. Or Internal Massage (or combo of both:) : a finger(s) or curved prostate massager can be used.


Prostate orgasms may or may not be associated with ejaculation. Some men may experience what is referred to as a "dry orgasm," where there is no release of semen. Others do not orgasm from prostate massage/stimulation at all.


Prostate orgasms are often described as deep, intense, and potentially more full-bodied compared to penile orgasms. The sensations may extend beyond the genital area and can involve the pelvic region and even the entire body. This can be a very emotional experience, particularly for neophytes.

Refraction Period:

Some men report shorter or no refractory periods (compared to the 'classical' , penile orgasm:), which can also allow for the possibility of multiple orgasms.



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