There are many factors which can stimulate a man’s penis from the oral perspective. I will try to approach this from a neurological aspect and define what sensory receptors need to be stimulated (and how) to introduce maximum pleasure in a man.
With this article I will address only the penis, itself. There are other modes of stimulation that can enhance the oral-sex experience; such as stimulation to the testicles, perineum, and rectum. Again, this will only address the penis.
An important concept to understand is that the shaft of the penis is primarily innervated by free nerve endings that stimulate Protopathic (generalized) Sensitivity. These provide crude and basic sensory responses to temperature, vibration, compression, and pain. The glans (head) is, too, but has a higher sensitivity and other sensory receptors.
Like the rest of the body, the male penis (and female clitoris) have many methods of stimulation. To get the most intense experience (for the male) out of oral stimulation it is best if all forms of stimulation can be applied at one time. With the penis we are concerned with the following four additional sensations (there are more sensations in the body than the six main senses of taste, hearing, touch, smell, balance, and vision) for enhanced stimulation:
- Light Touch
Vibration – Vibration is an integral method of sensory stimulation in most of the body, especially the skin. There are vibration receptors in the superficial and deep portions of the penile skin that respond to vibration. In the penis this added inclusion of vibration is another element to bring a man to orgasm upon oral stimulation. There are generalized areas throughout the penis that respond to vibration, but the greatest number of vibration receptors (especially deep receptors) lies in the head of the penis. Have you ever heard the joke about humming ‘The National Anthem” while performing fellatio? Now you know why. By humming while performing this act, you vibrate the penis and stimulate these receptors. Focusing special attention on the head of the penis while humming will add a new dimension to the sensory input your partner feels. It is also applicable to the rest of the penis but the main focus should be on the glans.
Compression/Distortion – There are special receptors that respond to compression and distortion. This is what a man feels when his penis enters the vagina. The distortion (or compression) of these receptors send sensory signals to the brain which result in pleasure being produced. Again, they are most numerous in the glans of the penis but extend all along the shaft, too. By applying compression through vacuum (sucking) or by pressure of the lips, this will help stimulate these sensors and create more pleasure.
Light Touch – This is more for men who are uncircumcised, as the foreskin is the main sensory area that responds to very light touch. Imagine gently stroking your fingers across your forearm, just barely touching the skin. It creates a very delicate, yet stimulating, response. The foreskin is especially susceptible to this type of light stimulation by the tongue or lips. The glans and shaft are also responsive to this form of stimuli, but if a man is uncircumcised, this will typically make the hair on the back of his neck stand up.
Temperature – This is a no-brainer really, but it’s important to realize its importance. The penis has receptors that respond to heat and cold which reflect feelings of pleasure in the male (and in the female with the clitoris). Just by introducing the penis into the mouth will stimulate the temperature receptors in the penis. Holding the penis for a moment or two without any other form of stimulation from the tongue or lips will, just by itself, create a feeling of pleasure. This is not unlike the penis entering the heat of the vagina.
One other factor that is extremely important is the frenulum. This is considered the Orgasmic Trigger in the male and stimulation and light pressure on this area will typically drive a man to the edge. This is located behind the bottom of the glans of the penis. In a circumcised man you will see it as a tear-drop shaped or “Y” structure. It is rich in nerve endings and is considered to be one of the most sensitive areas of the penis. Unfortunately for circumcised men it may have been damaged during the surgical operation. By applying light touch and pressure with the tongue to this area will have great stimulatory effects.
The key is to coordinate all of these stimuli into one package for maximum stimulation in the male:
- The movement of the penis in and out of the mouth will trigger stretch and compression sensors (with the lips), as well as friction on the glans and shaft that reproduce vaginal sensations.
- Humming will stimulate the vibrational triggers in the penis.
- Focusing light touch on the frenulum and glans, then graduating to a more dynamic touch, then back to a light touch will activate light-touch sensors and compression sensors in a staggered approach.
- Taking a moment from the physical aspect of fellatio to let the penis rest in the mouth to stimulate temperature receptors.
- Applying a vacuum affect through suction of the mouth to stimulate compression/distortion sensors.
- Creating a method where there is no “pattern” or logic to the process, but by mixing and matching so that his brain and body doesn’t know what to expect for added stimulation and creativity.
- Then make sure he returns the favor.
Of course, your mileage may vary. Certain men respond to certain stimuli differently than others. It’s best to have fun experimenting, exploring, sharing, and discovering together.
For women who are interested in helping their men create an Iron Man Penis of larger size, increased stamina, and increased sexual and orgasmic output, get him to read IRON MAN PENIS – THE RUSSIAN SYSTEM
Georg von Neumann