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Tainted Love 

Mistress Maeve

Dear Mistress Maeve,

Some of my girlfriends say that guys really like having their taints massaged during sex. Can you tell me where exactly the taint is located and how to massage it, so I can surprise my boyfriend with something new?

Thanks,

Tainted Love

Dear Tainted,

Both men and women have a perineum, or "taint," located between the anus and genitals. For men, the perineum is especially sensitive because beneath this small patch of nerve endings lies the prostate - or, as some call it, the "Male G-Spot."

If your man is open to it, a whole new world of sexual pleasure awaits him. The next time you're performing oral sex on him, let your hand take over and move your tongue over (and all around) the scrotum, then underneath to the perineum. The sensation of your tongue on his taint and your hand on his penis will send him over the edge.

If having your nose enveloped by his undercarriage isn't your idea of a good time, you can administer a perineum massage with your fingers or knuckles (if you have long lady claws). Use some water-based lube and go easy at first - some men report that too much pressure on their perineum is uncomfortable and sometimes painful. It's best if you can use your hand on his penis at the same time - but if you're not ambidextrous, ask him to take over on his wand while you focus on his taint.

Because the perineum is so sensitive, some people suggest only stimulating it immediately prior to orgasm. It really depends on the guy, so communicate with your beau about how best to tease his taint. And, if you're lucky enough to be the first girl to play with his perineum, consider yourself warned - he might ask for your hand in marriage right then and there.

Untainted,

MM

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Mistress Maeve wrote a weekly advice column on love and lust from September 2007 until January 2014.

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