In males, the G spot is the prostate, which is around the size of a walnut. The prostate consists of 3 different zones
- the peripheral zone, which is 75% of the prostate
- the central zone, which is around 5–8% of the prostate
- the transitional zone, which is 20% of the prostate
The peripheral zone of the prostate surrounds the distal urethra, which is the urethral tube that runs through the penis.
The central zone surrounds the ejaculatory ducts, which allow semen to pass through the penis.
The transitional zone surrounds the proximal urethra, which is a part of the urethra that runs through the prostate. A fibromuscular band encloses these zones, forming the prostate.
The prostate is located inside the body, between the base of the penis and the rectum, which is the passage that leads to the anus.
It sits just beneath the bladder and surrounds the urethra.
As people get older, their prostate may
The prostate sits around 2 inches inside the rectum.
A person can insert a clean, lubricated finger into the anus, with the finger pointing toward the navel.
The prostate is sensitive to pressure which, if correctly performed, can generate sexual pleasure. To stimulate the prostate, a person can apply pressure to the perineum, which is the area between the scrotum and the anus.