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Cervical Play and Orgasms: The Other C-Spot

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With so many body parts nicknamed the G-Spot, the A-Spot, the P-Spot and more, a woman can start to feel like a connect-the-dots diagram!

We have so many erogenous zones, and that’s what makes sex interesting and amazing.

What we think of as the clitoris is actually just the “doorbell” button to the clitoris, which is a network of nerves that runs up and down the vagina walls. That nervous system provides orgasms and all kinds of pleasure spots.

One female body part you don’t hear much about when it comes to sex is the cervix.

Cervical Play: What You Need to Know

The cervix is a bulb or nose-shaped plug that separates the uterus from the vagina. It is a protective barrier and gatekeeper—the security guard of the womb, you could say.

Some women report ecstatic sensations from cervical stimulation and experience intense pleasure and cervical orgasms they describe as “full body.”

There’s a reason, however, why you seldom hear about the cervix in a sexual context. Most women don’t have that experience, and most of us actually find cervical stimulation uncomfortable, painful, or unbearable.

Sex and the Cervix

When a woman is aroused, the vagina expands and elongates. This is not just to accommodate the penis, but to pull the cervix out of the way!

A larger penis or dildo or positions of deep penetration will thrust against the cervix. You may have experienced your partner squirming or moving positions or saying she was uncomfortable. This is usually why—the cervix can bruise, and we instinctively move to avoid that.

One reason that sex can be painful for a woman is that our cervixes are sensitive, and not in a good way. This is the body’s warning—remember that the cervix is the security guard. It is protecting the uterus and its contents from outside invaders and harm.

There are, however, a minority of women who get off on cervical stimulation, and there are a few men who have a kink or fetish for this part as part of vagina worship. It isn’t nearly as common as having a thing for breasts or booty (so common it’s not really considered a kink). Way more guys are into feet, fat, pussy lips, and piss. But like any female body part, there are of course some guys specifically aroused by the cervix.

How to Have Cervical Orgasms

If you and your partner want to experiment with cervical play, it is entirely safe to do so, providing you don’t use sharp objects, don’t bruise it, don’t attempt to pierce or penetrate it, communicate openly and stop if she experiences pain or doesn’t like it.

It can be tricky to reach the cervix with your fingers, but possible if she lies on her back with her legs spread wide and back. Your penis can do the trick but does not always have the dexterity to feel for it. A long and slender dildo in your hand will work best.

Try touching it, bumping it very lightly, and moving the dildo head around the cervix as if licking a lollipop.

You can use medical devices like a speculum to get better access, especially if either of you are into medical kinks.

For best success, don’t just head for the cervix! A woman’s body must be primed. Her arousal is always key to better sensation. Cervical play is far more likely to feel fantastic if she is already super excited.

Go slowly if you are new to experimenting with the cervical orgasm. If she already knows she loves cervical stimulation, follow her lead and instructions.

Have you ever engaged in cervical play? Please share in the comments!

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