I first learned about Kegels for men from the original The G-Spot, which, for all its buzz about women â€śsquirting,â€ť was actually about misconceptions about both womenâ€™s and menâ€™s sexual anatomy.
From that book, another way to exercise menâ€™s pelvic floors is to drape a towel over oneâ€™s erection and flex it up and down. (You were supposed to start with a small towel and, I think, work your way up.)
Iâ€™m not sure why Iâ€™m blushing when I type this, but itâ€™s been my experience that doing your Kegels makes a big difference in, um, orgasmic experience. Not sure why but specifically, for me, once I started doing them it made the plateau phase last a lot longer than itâ€™s allegedly supposed to for men. And it made sensation during ejaculation a lot more intense.
Anyway, Kegels are definitely a good idea for men as well as women.
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