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It appears there's a lesser-known but super exciting way for women to have an orgasm.
According to sex and relationship expert Kim Anami , who teaches Taoism and Tantric sex, the cervical orgasm is a path worth exploring. Of course, due to smear tests, women would perhaps see the cervix as anything but erotic. Which is why regular methods – you know them – are more often deployed. But Kim says this additional avenue can also be a serious source of sexual pleasure.
Kim believes cervical orgasms are hugely powerful, and writes in Cosmopolitan : "A clitoral orgasm has a definitive build, a clear climax with pelvic contractions, and then a feeling of descent. It's similar to a penile orgasm. "A cervical orgasm is more along the lines of what we call in Tantra a 'full-body orgasm'. While there is an increase of pleasure, rather than it being focused in the clitoris, you feel that spread all over your body and then explode into waves you feel from your head to your toes.
"This can feel like pleasurable tingling and vibrations throughout your whole body and being, and can keep going for hours, as opposed to a clitoral orgasm, which typically lasts for seconds. "If the clitoris is like climbing a mountain, the cervix (and the G-spot for that matter) is like scaling a series of rolling hills. You get to the top of one, then you have a brief plateau, then you climb another, then have a plateau, etc."
Okay then. There is, though, a simple reason why cervical orgasms aren't as popular. It's because it's a little hard to get to. Stimulation requires a fair amount of effort. Also, as Kim explains, contact might feel weird and uncomfortable at first. She advises caution, being careful, gentle, and slow.
Apparently , the way to go about achieving one of these ultra-orgasms is to start with the more usual ways, then, when approaching climax, switch to the deep, cervical stimulation. Women who try it attest to its worth. Who knows. Might be worth trying.