Everything You Need To Know To Be A Penis Genius!

We're taking a leaf out of Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade's new book, Penis Genius: The Best Tips And Tricks For Working His Stick to give you all the wisdom you'll need to blow his mind (and his package).

We're taking a leaf out of Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade's new book, Penis Genius: The Best Tips And Tricks For Working His Stick to give you all the wisdom you'll need to blow his mind (and his package).

The Shaft: "Without the shaft, there would be no erection. It's hard to go wrong with the shaft, but unless your guy is into penile pain, don't bite and don't pull on it like a tug rope."

The Glans: "This is the scientific word for the head of the penis. 26% of our male survey takers reported that stimulation of the penis head was the most pleasurable. So try licking it like an ice cream cone, or sucking it like a lollipop."

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The Corona: "It's Spanish for crown, and it describes that little ridge of flesh that separates the head of his penis from the shaft. The flesh around the corona is very sensitive to pleasure. Remember, with sensitivity to pleasure, comes sensitivity to pain, so handle with care."

The Frenulum: "On uncircumcised men, the frenulum helps the foreskin slide back and forth over the glans, and on circumcised men it serves more as a pleasure spot than anything else. Lightly caress and lick this area during sex. Try massaging the area with your thumb using soft, circular motions, while caressing his glans with the rest of your fingers."

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The Foreskin: "Found on uncircumcised men, the foreskin protects the glans from irritation and chafing, creates natural lubrication, facilitates penetration, and contains a high density of nerve endings that enhance his pleasure. Don't neglect this erogenous zone when giving a hand job or a blow job. Try moving the elastic flesh of the foreskin up and down over his glans. Gently massage the inside of his foreskin, or flick your tongue under the skin for added sensation."

The pleasure lab test!

Determine how different areas of your guy's penis respond to sensations

STEP 1: Using the map above, examine various parts of his pecker. Locate each zone and become familiar with it.

STEP 2: Use just your dry fingers to caress each part.

STEP 3: Use your tongue to lick each part.

STEP 4: Use an ice cube to stimulate each part.

STEP 5: Use a warming lube and massage it into each part.

STEP 6: Ask your guy to describe in detail how each touch feels. Note his responses and write them down in your lab notebook.

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