Male Sexual Pleasure
Men feel three types of sexual pleasure.
- visual/audible pleasure
- penile pleasure & orgasm
- nipple pleasure
1. Visual/Audible Pleasure
Men feel visual/audible pleasure when they see or hear an attractive woman.
Men can feel visual/audible pleasure just by seeing or hearing an attractive woman. They can also feel it by imagining or remembering an attractive woman.
Men may also imagine penile pleasure when they are looking at or listening to a woman, but that is a separate sexual pleasure. Men feel visual/audible pleasure from just seeing or hearing a woman - they do not need to imagine physical contact to feel it.
Visual/audible pleasure is not as strong or discernible as penile pleasure. However, it is strong enough to cause men to spend billions on pornography, strip clubs and telephone sex lines.
The features that make men feel visual pleasure are:
- protruding breasts
- plump lips
- wide hips
- slender face, neck
- slender arms and hands
- slender legs and feet
- 8% shorter height than the man
- beardless face
- pubic hair
- non-grey hair
- narrow waist
An hourglass figure is the combination of features that makes men feel the strongest visual pleasure.
An hourglass figure is the combination of protruding breasts, a narrow waist and wide hips. Together these features confirm that a woman is capable of having children but is not visibly pregnant.
A woman's novelty is important to visual pleasure.
The more novel a woman is to a man, the stronger the visual pleasure he feels when he sees her. A new, but plain woman can make a man feel stronger visual pleasure than a beautiful, but familiar woman. Women intuitively understand the importance of novelty. It's why they wear a wide variety of clothes or keenly avoid wearing the same outfit as another woman.
Women should not expect to make any one man feel visual pleasure for more than a year or two. Even if a woman is a supermodel, eventually her boyfriend will stop ogling her - but not other women.
Men also feel visual pleasure when they see an erect penis.
Although it seems counter-intuitive, men do feel visual pleasure when they see an erect penis - theirs or others. It seems counter-intuitive because it seems to encourage homosexuality. However, it evolved long ago when we were primates that engaged in multi-male mating - multiple males would typically mate with a female one after another. Seeing the erect penises of other males would have stimulated males to prepare for mating.
The classic porn scene watched by heterosexual males, the cumshot, is proof of this counter-intuitive aspect of visual pleasure. It commonly features an erect penis. If the sight of the erect penis did not make men feel visual pleasure it would not be the focus of the shot.
The visual pleasure felt when seeing another man's erect penis has probably led men to believe they are gay.
Men feel audible pleasure when they hear any sound from a female voice.
Talking, laughing, singing and moaning all make men feel audible pleasure. The actual sounds or words a woman utters do not matter. Talking dirty, for example, is not required to make a man feel audible pleasure. He just has to hear the differing pitch and resonance of a woman's voice. Ideally both are midway between men and children.
2. Penile Pleasure & Orgasm
Penile pleasure is different than penile orgasm.
Penile pleasure is the enjoyment men feel during intercourse before they reach penile orgasm. Penile pleasure usually lasts at least a few minutes. Penile orgasm is much stronger pleasure but only last a few seconds.
The penis changes shape and function when penile pleasure changes to penile orgasm. Before orgasm, the penis is not fully erect and therefore pulls anything in the vagina out with each stroke. At orgasm, the penis becomes fully erect which makes it act like a plunger pushing anything in the vagina farther in with each stroke. The penis first removes foreign deposits in the vagina before pushing a man's semen up towards the cervix.
Men reach orgasm much easier with visual/audible pleasure.
Men reach orgasm when the combination of visual/audible and penile pleasure reach a threshold. Penile pleasure keeps increasing as copulation continues. However, penile pleasure alone is not sufficient to reach the orgasm threshold. Some visual/audible pleasure is required - which can be real, remembered or imagined. This requirement evolved to encourage men to prefer copulation over masturbation.
After orgasm, penile pleasure becomes temporarily uncomfortable.
For a few seconds after orgasm, it becomes uncomfortable for men to continue contact with their erect penis. This discourages men from removing their own semen from a vagina - which would happen if they continued to copulate with a penis that is not quite fully erect. Women giving men fellatio often make the mistake of continuing to fellate the penis just after an orgasm thinking it must feel good to continue - it does not.
3. Nipple Pleasure
Nipple pleasure is weak.
Men do feel slight pleasure from nipple contact. And it can contribute to reaching the orgasm threshold, but it is insignificant compared to visual/audible and penile pleasure.
Male nipples are embryonic leftovers, like the clitoris and labia.
Human embryos have genitalia for both sexes - all embryos have nipples, penises and scrotums. As embryos eventually become boys, the nipples do nothing and the penis and scrotum grow larger. As embryos eventually become girls, the nipples are pushed out by breasts and the penis and scrotum do nothing. The non-functioning penis is called a clitoris. The non-functioning scrotum is called labia.
Men also feel lust and repugnance.
Lust and repugnance are negative sexual emotions. Lust coerces men until they feel penile orgasm. Repugnance punishes men if they see their mothers or sisters naked.
Women do not feel lust or repugnance.
For more about emotions, visit: Happiness Dissected