Purpose: Prostate cancer in gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men GBM is an emerging medical and public health concern. The purpose of this review is to summarize the literature on prostate cancer in GBM, including its epidemiology, clinical studies, and anecdotal reports. Methods: In , we undertook a structured literature review of all studies from to Results: Despite prostate cancer being the most common cancer in GBM, the main finding of this review is that prostate cancer in GBM is very under-researched. With only 30 published articles in English a rate of 1.
The V-Spot: Prostate Power, Part I: The Not-So-Dirty Truth
First clinical guidance on anal sex after prostate cancer
Prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH , and erectile dysfunction ED are separate problems. Both increase with age, but one causes problems in the bathroom and the other in the bedroom. However, the two are somewhat linked. This is why many older men are affected by the condition. ED is the inability to get or maintain an erection.
Information for gay and bisexual men
Studies suggest that gay and bisexual men are affected by the psychological aspects of prostate cancer treatment differently than that of heterosexual men; however the data have not yet been synthesized. Titles and abstracts were checked by two reviewers. The six studies that met the inclusion criteria were selected and reviewed for quality and the extracted data were then synthesized.
Members of the harem visited Chinese Tantric Masters to learn how to increase their chances of pleasure and procreation with the Emperor. The tantric masters shared secrets of a power point located inside the Emperor and a massage that could release untold power and pleasure. Would you go to prison for anal pleasure? Globally, there are 72 countries that have laws pertaining to anal sex, most of which are in religious societies.