As I was just explaining the other day to someone, it's a little off (okay, more than a little) to refer to orgasms as being from anywhere but your nervous system: all orgasms are effectively nervous system orgasms.
However, how we get to orgasm can be through various types of stimulus, and the experience of orgasm we reach from different kinds of stimulus can differ, if you follow me.
The male prostate gland, and the area surrounding it, in many ways is very similar to the female g-spot, and many men do, indeed, report a richer feeling of orgasm (and more often multiple orgasms) when prostate stimulus is involved. And stimulus to that area need not be just via penis-in-anus sex, either. It can be achieved with manual (with fingers) anal play, with massage to the perineum, with toys, etc.
Anal play, when done with care, is as safe as any other kind of genital sex. "With care," means done with plenty of lubrication, with latex barriers, and with very gradual introduction of things to the anus to avoid fissures and injury. So, hopping RIGHT into anal sex with something as large as a penis really wouldn't be advised, nor do you need to have sex with a man if you're not attracted to men/interested in having sex with men, to engage in anal play and prostate stimulation.
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