Come on, guys! Namely, the perineum: a nerve-rich center with massive orgasmic potential. The perineum is the patch of skin located between the anus and the scrotum. Popular terms for this area include taint, gouche, grundle, or gooch. When touched, massaged, or otherwise engaged in sexual play, it can offer plenty of enjoyment.
External Prostate Massage – Love Plugs
There are many different erogenous zones on the human body and each person has their favorite. I encourage you to explore all of your erogenous zones and try out different pressures, temperatures, and textures to see what turns you on. Our focus here is learning all about the perineum. So often neglected in erogenous zone conversations, the perineum is a spot you should absolutely visit on yourself or a partner. The perineum is the soft, silky skin located between the genitals and the anus. You may know it by another name — taint, gooch, choad, grundle, durf, bifkin, bifkette, male G-spot, or ABC anus-balls connection. The perineal nerve is part of the pudendal nerve and has branches that connect to areas throughout the genitals.
Male Perineum Massage: The Underrated Pleasure Point
The perineum is present in both men and women. It is supplied by the pudendal nerve and many other nerve endings, which makes receiving touch in this area pleasurable to some people. This has earned it the credit of being an erogenous zone.
Prostate - September 05, Prostate stimulation and massage is beginning to lose some of the stigma and negativity that has surrounded it for many years. Some men though, are still not comfortable with inserting things into their anus.