Is cervix penetration possible?
No. Your cervix can’t actually be penetrated. That’s because the opening of the cervix, known as the external os, is too narrow for a penis or dildo to enter. It’s usually no bigger than your thumb.
The external os is the opening found on the extremity of the extocervix. The extocervix is the vaginal portion of the cervix projecting free into the anterior wall of the vagina. The external os has anterior and posterior lips. The anterior lip of the external os is shorter and thicker.
The only time the cervical opening expands wide enough for anything to pass through is during child birth.
Is a cervical orgasm really possible?
Yes, women can reach an orgasm through vaginal and cervical stimulation, without stimulating the clitoral glans. It’s definitely possible, but it isn’t for everyone. However, a more reliable way for a woman to reach an orgasm, is through clitoral stimulation (not penetrative).
Only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic during vaginal intercourse.
Only one-quarter of women reliably experience orgasm during intercourse—no matter how long it lasts, no matter what size the man’s penis, and no matter how the woman feels about the man or the relationship.
This statistic comes not from just one study but from a comprehensive analysis of 33 studies over the past 80 years by Elisabeth Lloyd in her fascinating book The Case of the Female Orgasm (Harvard University Press).
As an analogy for the fellas, we will list comparable male orgasms that also do not require stimulation of the glans. Specifically, prostate orgasms. This can be achieved from inside the anus or by rubbing the testicles along with the taint and anus area from the outside. Also comparable to a man stroking his penis but staying under the tip of the penis. The vibrations, the movement, and the pushback, all create an orgasm with little to no direct stimulation of his glans. While both men and women can enjoy hands-free orgasms by a simple kegel technique which involves clenching your pubic muscles, which can lead to orgasms with both genders. Not to mention, the hands-free naughty secret of a lot of women, syntribation.
But back to the cervix (pun).
Deep penetration can cause the vagina to contract, much like a clitoral orgasm can do, without the huge slow build up. I have noticed that if I have deep penetration orgasms, it just hits me all the sudden and I get this insane high that numbs my entire body. No matter what is going on, I want my man’s thrusting to be much harder. This feeling can last for as long as he can thrust. So the end of this orgasm for me, is when my husband stops thrusting. Which is usually due to him orgasming with me. But he knows, when I am at the point, keep going for as long as possible, punish my insides, and get as deep as you can. This feeling gives me the ultimate sexual high. And as previously stated in various blogs, this orgasm is nothing like a clitoral orgasm.
Can you injure your cervix?
Yes, it’s can actually bruise your cervix.
The first time I had a bruised cervix, I thought I was dying. I woke up and felt cramps that were worse than any period cramps I’d experienced in my life, even though I was weeks away from my period. It was like someone was stabbing me with a red-hot fire poker, deep down in my gut, over and over again. I knew that something was wrong — the pain was so bad that I broke out in sweats and threw up — but I had no idea what it could be. Food poisoning? The worst hangover of my life? I didn’t even consider that I could be bruised inside my body.
Your cervix can be bruised depending on your position, your partner’s size, the thrusting aggression, and/or if you aren’t turned on enough. It could be all of the factors above, or just one. I’ve experienced these cramps as well as bleeding the day of and after particularly rough sessions. There have even been times where even standing up straight has caused sharp cramps in my lower stomach. Imagine walking to the bathroom after sex, slumped over hobbling like an elderly grandma to the bathroom. Every man’s dream huh?!
For the record, I’d suggest for anyone reading this blog that is dealing with bleeding after sex, go see your OB-gyn. It could be an ovarian cyst bursting, among other things, and it’s better to be safe than sorry. Especially because these types of things can lead to an infection. For me, it was simply a bruised cervix.
Thankfully, as we get turned on, our vaginas expand and can get up to 7 inches in length. However, not all of us have the same size vagina, much like men do not have the same size penises. If you are having pain during sex that is uncomfortable, let your partner know. Although there isn’t much information regarding long-term health issues with being fucked by a large cock, I’d assume it’s safe to say having someone torture you daily with a huge dick isn’t going to be healthy for your body long-term. Communication is the key.