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The Extra Pleasure Spot: Cervical Orgasms

The Extra Pleasure Spot: Cervical Orgasms http://www.etcm.co.uk/fertility/bbt-chart/what-is-your-cervix/
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While some of us are busy still trying to achieve orgasm during penetration, there are the few, blessed rest of us who have found a whole ‘nother type – the cervical orgasm, also known as the X-orgasm. In this article, I want to share with you the X-orgasm, what it is, how it happens, and even better, my own experience.

  How To Achieve An X-Orgasm

If you’re someone who thoroughly enjoys deep penetration and using lengthy toys, this could be a sign that you’re an X-orgasm-er and in that case, I’d recommend trying positions that allow for this kind of stimulation. I suppose this will differ for everybody, but I find positions like “doggy-style," or those similar to work best. While missionary position (with my legs resting on his shoulders) allows my cervix to be stimulated during intercourse, I find that the orgasm is more intense if I’m in a semi-standing, semi-bent over position. Standing up with my upper half resting on a table or bed works the best.

Unlike with the clitoris though, I don't experience pleasurable sensation from simply rubbing my cervix. My X-orgasm comes from my cervix being bumped during intercourse or with a toy. The repetitive hitting or bumping against the cervix is what produces an orgasm, for me. Don’t confuse that with vigorous pounding of the cervix please, because that will not be pleasurable! Instead, thrusting in and out and focusing on hitting the cervix gently but consistently is the key here.

Other Suggestions
You could start off by handing a toy to your partner. Have them explore with a toy because they can do so closely and have more control over the toy than they would trying to stimulate you via intercourse. Slowly inserting up to the cervix, and then backing out and gently pushing back in until you reach the cervix again will create a great pace. After this you can personally decide if you’re okay with a quicker pace.

Stimulating your g-spot to the point of orgasm (if that’s possible for you) before trying to reach cervical pleasure makes it more likely to happen. So work your g-spot first! It seems to increase my chances of having an intense X-orgasm.

Like I said, for me, neither g-spot nor cervical orgasms were forced, they just happened on surprise. I believe going into it with too much trying may make it even less likely to happen. One reason I say this is because any time I am trying to give myself an orgasm (g-spot or cervical) it does not happen!

I’ve also found other ways to also stimulate the cervix. For instance, a glass dildo can sometimes produce this X-orgasm, but that’s something you’d want to be careful with since hard materials like glass can injure your cervix. So for someone who wanted to try, I would not recommend glass for your very first, but perhaps a silicone toy like the one I used with great results.

Some will enjoy a more gentle approach, and some like me, enjoy a rougher one. But banging into the cervix is not what we’re going for. We want to gently reach it, back away and aim for it again. Treating it like a chef would a delicate dish. Let me see if this gets my point across better: think of slicing the skin off a peach. A peach is soft, but firm and its skin is delicate. If your goal was to gently remove the skin from a peach while leaving the inner fruit perfectly intact, you’d be treating it with firm, but loving care, right? Whereas if your goal is to orgasm from g-spot stimulation, you’d be applying some force and going at a fast pace, kind of digging in. Don’t gouge your cervix! It's more sensitive than the g-spot.

My Experiences
It didn’t always happen for me, but when my partner accidentally gave me a cervical orgasm, it was unlike any other sensation I’ve experienced. I was shocked to learn that most women do not orgasm during penetration! I just assumed we all did, sometimes. But when I learned that my “cervical orgasms” were a rare thing to have, I felt tremendously blessed. When I'm lying in bed at night, I quietly whisper "thank you God, for that extra pleasure spot."

You see, you have those who can orgasm from penetration and you have those who can orgasm from cervical stimulation via penetration, and of course you have the lucky ones that can have both! Some women can orgasm from penetration, but find cervical stimulation uncomfortable or painful, or for some, it does nothing at all. I’m your rare pearl here.

The “X-orgasm," just like the g-spot, is not known to exist by many women. Had I not just suddenly experienced the orgasm during intercourse, I wouldn’t have known it existed either. Unfortunately, the X-orgasm and the g-spot orgasm have something else in common – the X-orgasm is not widely talked about or studied, just how the g-spot was up until recently. And I’d bet that if we asked professional opinions on this newly found orgasm spot, we’d be told the same thing we were for years about the g-spot: it simply doesn’t exist. But also like the g-spot orgasm, those who have them know they exist and this means many more women will find that they too have this ability to orgasm from cervical stimulation.

If I've left you with questions or curiosity, I hope you'll share them with me. If it so happens you guys want more about the X-orgasm, I'm happy to oblige! I'm considering going more into detail in a separate article about the actual cervical orgasm and the feeling of it, so if you guys are interested enough, I will do that. If you have questions or comments let me know so that I can try to clear them up in that article as well. And if any of you are blessed enough to experience your own X-orgasms, do share! I'm very intrigued to learn about this orgasm from others' experience as well.

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Comments

ghalik  

How do you know it's not the A-spot?

11/29/2012

I really enjoyed this article, Kendra - thanks! I'm looking forward to finding out if "X" marks the spot for me, too.

11/29/2012

Ghalik, because it's the cervix being stimulated. The A-spot is close, but it's not the same thing as your cervix. You see, as I described a woman's cervix is noticeable. You can feel it, see it, touch it, rub it, etc. You've probably heard of people thrusting too far and hitting their cervix resulting in a bruise. You know when it's your cervix or not. There's a sensation when it's touched that no other part of the vagina feels like. Also, when you're touching the cervix with your fingers, experimenting, you take note of that sensation and later, using an object or partner's penis, you can identify it. The A-spot is an entirely different orgasm and sensation. It does not feel like a cervical orgasm, and the position/thrusting you use to stimulate the A-spot is not the same you do when stimulating the cervix. Also, the cervix is located all the way back, the A-spot is not at the very back. The cervix is not located on a wall in the vagina wheras the A-spot is, so it will be easy to tell once you've identified your body and experimented.

12/12/2012

Amethyst Smoke! YAY! I am so glad and I appreciate your taking the time to read and comment. I cannot wait to hear how it goes for you. I've been wishing you the best of luck all the way from over here for a couple weeks now.

Best of luck, and if you run into any trouble let me know. I might be able to share something that might end up coming in handy.

12/12/2012
ghalik  

Thanks kendra. My A-spot is right by my cervix but I guess it's not for everyone. I'll have to experiement.

12/14/2012

What an enlightening article, Kendra! Thanks for sharing this with everybody. When my partner's penis touched my cervix, I loved it, but talked myself into thinking it had to be the A-spot because I'd only heard that it hurts to have the cervix bumped during sex. But it's always been in the back of my mind & now, reading this & your response to ghalik's question, I'm interested in pursuing this! Thanks!

03/06/2013

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