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Lingam massage

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A lingam massage (Sanskrit: लिङ्ग, phallus)[1] is a type of tantric massage that primarily focuses on the male genitalia.[2][3] It is the male equivalent of a Yoni massage.[3] Although sexual in nature, the goal of the massage is not to experience an orgasm.[4] According to Tara Suwinyattichaiporn, M.D., the aim of the massage is "...arousal and the connection between two people while focusing on erogenous zones."[4] Massage oils are frequently used in order to reduce friction and increase sensation.[citation needed] Lingam massage may also allow the recipient to experience multiple orgasms.[3]



After creating the appropriate ambiance, massage oil is put on the masseur’s or masseuse's hands.[3] The massage begins with massage focused on the areas surrounding the penis, such as the lower abdomen, upper and inner thighs. The hands are moved slowly across the skin. Then, the testicles or the perineum are massaged. Finally, beginning with the bottom of the shaft, and ending at the head, the penis is massaged as well. Following this, the prostate may be massaged as well.[citation needed] In order for the orgasm to be more longer-lasting and intense, a high level of sexual arousal is maintained for some time, before allowing the receiver to ejaculate.[3]


  1. ^ Anthony Macdonell, Arthur (March 2020). "A practical sanskrit dictionary". A practical sanskrit dictionary. Retrieved 14 April 2023.
  2. ^ Riedl, Michaela; Myint, Jürgen Becker ; Translated by Nikolas Win (2010). Lingam massage : awakening male sexual energy (1st U.S. ed.). Rochester, Vt.: Destiny Books. ISBN 9781594773143. Retrieved 27 July 2016.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  3. ^ a b c d e Gulla, Emily (19 March 2020). "Lingam massages are the Tantric sex practice you're missing out on". Cosmopolitan. Retrieved 15 December 2021.
  4. ^ a b Kennedy, Madeleine; Crozier, Samantha (4 May 2021). "Tantric Massage: How to Give One and Health Benefits". Insider. Retrieved 14 April 2023.