Prostate. Buzz-button. Male G-spot. Whatever you call it and however you may enjoy stimulating it, it can supply us with unbelievable waves of pleasure, yet it can wreak all sorts of havoc. There's always a yin and yang. It provides the fluid to help our little swimmers get to their destination, which also gives us that wonderful intense relief as each spurt shoots through our red hot fire poles and explodes out. But, as we've discovered, it's not totally necessary for the enjoyment of said pole. We can experience the intensity of orgasm without spurts of hot lava raining down on us.
Orgasm - (noun), : intense or paroxysmal excitement; especially : an explosive discharge of neuromuscular tensions at the height of sexual arousal that is usually accompanied by the ejaculation of semen in the male and by vaginal contractions in the female
But, as you will notice in that definition, the explosion of jizz isn't necessary. It's neuromuscular in function, which means the sudden release of muscular tension is the basis. The muscles which surround the prostate suddenly contract and squeeze, forcing the prostatic fluid up and out (or, in the case of retrograde ejaculation, into the bladder). My Faithful Reader who shared his experience with us, wonders if the loss of the nerve bundles would mean the loss of these muscle contractions. While I can't say for certain - I would think not. The nerve bundles which control the sphincter of blood flow for a hard-on shouldn't effect the use of the perineal muscles. If any post-op guys are out there, tell us if you can still do Kegels... If so, then those muscles are in good shape for a jizz-less orgasm.