Why having a cervical orgasm should be top of your sex to-do list
Move over, G-spot
Words by Jadie Troy-Pryde
If you’re looking to try new things with your partner, you’ve probably thought about BDSM for beginners, the best kamasutra positions for your pleasure, or even astral sex. But have you ever considered aiming for a completely different type of orgasm instead?
That’s right – push all the frill aside and take things back to basics. It’s time to learn about the earth-shattering experience that every woman is capable of. Enter, the cervical orgasm.
What is a cervical orgasm?
It is apparently one of the most intense orgasms that you can have, and if you are able to relax enough during penetrative sex your partner can get deep enough to stimulate the cervix. This leads to the highly-coveted cervical orgasm, but it can take a while for a woman to be able to climax this way as it is in a tricky position in the deep centre of the vagina.
Holistic sex and relationship expert Kim Anami toldCosmopolitan: ‘It’s best to warm up with some other sexual positions first, and then ease into cervical penetration — which is actually just rubbing up against the cervix. We’re not looking to literally open the cervix or enter it. When I say “open,” I mean it in the sense of “opening and relaxing” rather than literally prying it open.’
So essentially, it’s stimulating the area to the point of orgasm.
Video: 3 Secrets To Cervical Orgasms
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