How to Give a Cervical Orgasm: 5 Tips to Get Her There

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You’ve probably heard that women can have multiple orgasms, so it may not be surprising that they can also have multiple types of orgasms.

Vaginal orgasms, clitoral orgasms, anal and g-spot orgasms. Even squirting orgasms!

There are plenty of ways to bring your partner to climax. But if there’s one orgasm that’s not talked about nearly enough, that’s the cervical orgasm.

The cervical orgasm is something that every woman should experience because it’s so different from the other types of orgasms she could have.

Luckily, in this article we will teach you exactly how to give her one. From specific techniques to the best sex positions to stimulate the cervix, this article has everything you need to know from zero to hero.

So if you’re ready to give her a new, different and powerful kind of orgasm, then read on.

What Is a Cervical Orgasm?

The cervix is the internal organ that separates the vagina from the uterus. It’s located 3 to 7 inches deep within the vagina. While the cervix is too small for a penis to enter, it can still be stimulated so as to produce an orgasm.

The cervix is a fascinating organ. Its conical shape protruding from the uterus into the vagina means there is more surface area than just the tip to stimulate. In fact, a pocket exists within the vagina where the penis or sex toy can align itself with the cervix.

So, what is a cervical orgasm?

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A cervical orgasm occurs when the cervix is stimulated to the point of muscle contraction. This often pairs with uterine contractions which can help to produce a stronger, fuller body orgasm.

A Word of Caution

It’s true that cervical stimulation can lead to orgasm. However, rough stimulation can lead to bruising, bleeding, and even cervical rupture.

If your partner has an IUD, cervical stimulation may move the IUD or dislodge it. We would recommend against direct cervical stimulation in that case.

5 Tips on How to Give a Cervical Orgasm

If you’re not sure how to give your partner a cervical orgasm, the tips below will certainly help to get you (and her) there.

Give It the Time It Deserves

Bringing your partner to climax is a marathon, not a sprint. While any kind of female orgasm can take time and effort, a cervical orgasm even more.

The cervix is sensitive and, as such, initial stimulation may be uncomfortable or even painful. This will especially be the case if your partner is feeling rushed. Take your time throughout the process, from foreplay to the main event to orgasm.

(If you’re looking to get her hot and bothered, consider these sex games for couples.)

Stimulate Other Areas First

Along the same lines as taking your time, you should make an effort to stimulate various other areas of her body. This will not only heighten the pleasure but also make it more possible for her to reach cervical orgasm.

For many women, previous experience with cervical stimulation is painful. The cervix can cramp when brushed against or touched. That is why proper foreplay is necessary.

You have a lot of options here.

From nipple play to cunnilingus to erotic massage, there is no shortage of choices when it comes to getting her incredibly turned on. And don’t forget the lube!

(Learning how to finger a girl is highly recommend first.)

Experiment with Sex Toys

As the depth of the cervix varies by woman, it may be necessary to bring sex toys into the mix. When it comes to cervical stimulation, the longer the toy the better!

A lengthy dildo or vibrator gives you (or your partner) the range needed to reach the cervix and vary the intensity of the stimulation. For example, placing the vibrator on the opening of the cervix or taking advantage of the vaginal pocket for maximum contact.

Encourage Her to Explore

You’d be surprised at how little your partner knows her own body. And even if she’s explored other parts of her anatomy, the cervix is often overlooked.

The cervix position, shape, and texture change throughout the month (based on where she is in her cycle) and during states of arousal. It can be more sensitive or less also depending on her cycle. This is why personal exploration is so important. Without it, she may not feel comfortable enough with her own body to even consider cervical orgasm.

We’ll discuss more actionable techniques for your partner’s solo exploration below.

Be Gentle but Consistent

The cervix is a sensitive organ and it can bruise easily. This is why slow, rhythmic movements are better than hard, fast thrusts.

As mentioned above, proper foreplay is necessary to prevent any cramping or pain. Once she is fully primed and ready, you will want to use gentle but deep thrusts to consistently hit the cervix. Consistency is key here, especially as your partner gets closer and closer to orgasm. Unless your partner wants you to, don’t vary your speed, depth, or angles.

The Best Positions for Giving a Cervical Orgasm

If the goal is to give her a cervical orgasm during intercourse, then these sex positions are the best options.

Doggy Style

This tried-and-true position is sure to help you reach the cervix.

Technique

Your partner will kneel on her hands and knees. You will enter her from behind while placing your hands on her hips to leverage yourself.

Variations

The most common variation of this position will see the male partner kneeling behind his partner. A standing variation of this position does exist.

If your partner is considerably lower than you, you will stand with your feet spread just outside the width of her knees. Lower yourself into a squatting position and enter your partner. This takes considerable knee and hip strength as well as stamina, but it does provide a unique angle.

If you’re able to have your partner on a taller surface, then you can simply enter her from behind while standing behind her. This gives you the greatest amount of control.

Cowgirl

If your partner likes a little more control, then the cowgirl is sure to please.

Technique

With you lying on your back, your partner will place her knees on either side of your legs. She’ll then straddle your cock. From this position, she has full control over depth, speed, and angle.

Variations

The most common variation is the reverse cowgirl. Instead of straddling you while facing forward, your partner will turn around so her back is to you. This provides new angles. And depending on the placement of her cervix, it may also make it easier for cervical stimulation.

Prone Bone

This position is good for a lazy Sunday afternoon, or for when she wants deep penetration.

Technique

Your partner lays flat on her stomach with her legs straight behind her. You straddle her and enter her from behind, and then hold yourself up with your arms on either side of her.

Variations

The prone bone position can easily be varied with a few simple adjustments. Your partner can take on a new angle, such as arching her back to bring her ass into the air. While she is in that position, you can move from a kneeling to a squatting position to provide more power behind your thrusts.

The Bicycle

Here’s a fun position for you and her!

Technique

Your partner lies on her back on the edge of the bed or other surface. Either you grab her ankles and raise her legs to her chest, or she hugs her legs and brings her legs into her chest. You then enter her.

Variations

Just like the prone bone, the angle of her pelvis will play a role in how deep your cock can go. Your partner can tilt her pelvis forward or backward based on what she prefers when it comes to cervical stimulation.

How to Give Yourself a Cervical Orgasm

Partnered play is fun, but it’s not the only way to have a cervical orgasm. You can give yourself a cervical orgasm with the right techniques.

Get Comfortable

It’s an unfortunate fact that many women aren’t comfortable with their own bodies let alone their own sexuality. The cervix is one sexual organ that women are rarely acquainted with. But if you want to reach new depths of pleasure, then cervical orgasm is the way to go.

There are a few ways to get more comfortable with the cervix. When just getting started, you should explore with your fingers (and lots of lube!). Simply insert one or two fingers into the vagina. As you reach the back of the vagina, you’ll feel a spongy protrusion. You don’t need to worry about stimulating it just yet, but just getting used to its position and feel.

Once you are more comfortable, you can begin to stimulate it using your fingertips. Just brush against the cervix lightly or even use your fingertip to swirl around the outer edge.

Play with New Toys

As you become comfortable with fingering the cervix, you may want to explore other ways to stimulate your cervix. The best way is with vibrators and dildos.

The best types of sex toys for cervical play are long ones. These can easily reach the cervix and apply various types of stimulation and pressure. If you’re looking to stimulate the sides of the cervix, then long, skinny toys are best. But if you prefer a more filled-up feeling, then girthy toys are fine, too.

(Are you looking for a dildo in a hurry? Consider a DIY dildo!)

Even if you’re aroused, it’s best to lube up your toys before use. Just be sure to use a lubricant that’s compatible with the material of the toy (e.g. water-based lube for silicone toys).

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have more questions about cervical orgasms? Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on the topic.

Can Anyone Have a Cervical Orgasm?

Cervical orgasms can be a little more difficult to achieve than a clitoral or vaginal orgasm, but they’re very possible for the majority of women. The truth is that many men and women don’t recognize the potential of the cervix for sexual pleasure. This is why many women haven’t experienced a cervical orgasm. But that doesn’t mean it’s not possible with some dedicated stimulation.

Do Cervical Orgasms Hurt?

The cervix can be a more sensitive organ for some women, but when properly stimulated a cervical orgasm should not hurt. This is why foreplay is crucial.

Is Cervical Stimulation Risky?

As mentioned above, cervical stimulation can cause pain or bleeding if the stimulation is too rough. When done properly, though, there is no more risk to cervical stimulation than there is to vaginal stimulation alone.

Conclusion

There are many ways to bring your partner to climax, but have you considered the cervix? This often-overlooked sexual organ is a bundle of nerves that can produce one of the most intense orgasms of her life.

With both the techniques and sex positions above, you and your partner will have the chance to enjoy a whole new sexual experience.

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