Bottoming 101: The Best Angle of Entry (NSFWish)

As Explained in the best-selling sex guide, HOW TO BOTTOM LIKE A PORN STAR

What angle should your partner’s penis enter you? Straight in? Pointing up? Down? Dyed, fried and laid to the side?

In the second edition of his popular book, How To Bottom Like A Porn Star, Michael Alvear explains how there is one—and only one—angle the penis should go in and it doesn’t matter what position you’re in or how much you’ve straightened your S-curve:

About 45 degrees away from your navel.

Why? Because it prevents the penis from hitting the front of your rectal wall, near the navel, where your prostate sits. 

Unless you guide the head of the penis away from the navel it will hit your prostate, an incredibly sensitive organ. You can’t angle his penis too much the other way because then it’ll hit the back of the rectal wall.

If you want to understand how this works for real, get in the shower with a lubed up finger.  Squat and insert your finger toward your navel. Doesn’t feel so good, does it? You’re hitting the prostate which sits just on the other side of the front rectal wall, near your navel.

Now insert your finger away from your navel. Doesn’t feel so good, does it? You’re hitting the back of the rectal wall.

Now this time insert your finger away from your navel by about 45 degrees. Notice you didn’t feel a stabbing sensation? Nothing hurt. That’s because your finger went in through the “hallway” between the front and back rectal wall.

If your partner penetrates you with his penis pointed at the correct angle it will look something like the image in the “Just Right” photo.

Notice how everything fits tight and right. The penis isn’t hitting the prostate or the back of the rectal wall. Like a good running back, it’s running up the middle.

Pain-free penetration is a matter of degrees. Not too far up, not too far down. Think of it as the Goldilocks version of making whoopi:  Too High… Too Low… Just Right.

For more tips, Michael Alvear’s HOW TO BOTTOM LIKE A PORN STAR is available on Amazon and Audible.  Learn more at