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The Best Sex Positions to Have a Cervical Orgasm

Published: FEBRUARY 10, 2022
Presented by INTIMINA
Here are a few tips to help you reach those full-bodied, dreamy cervical orgasms.

Clits and g-spots seem to get all the love when it comes to pleasure spots. These best-known erogenous zones on a vulva-owner’s body are certainly worthy of our attention, but we want you to go a little further to another delightful bundle of nerves…the cervix!

That’s right. The “mouth” of your uterus best known for dilating to open up and let a baby pass out into the world can actually be a delightfully sensitive pleasure zone.

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What is a Cervical Orgasm?

The first time I heard about cervical orgasms was from a drunk woman at a bar. At the time, I found her screeching about “bottoming out” to be a bit obnoxious. But, I’m not going to lie, my interest was piqued. I decided to go a little deeper… pun intended!

Read: Seven Sexy Facts to Help You Reach Cervical Climax

Cervical orgasms are often touted as being “full body” and “all encompassing.” If you have a partner with a long penis, or use sex toys with a sizable length you may already know the feeling of having something knocking against your cervix. It’s something that happens from deep penetration and some positions are better for that than others. It's not for everyone, but those who like it, like it a lot. Just ask my talkative "friend" at the bar!

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Some people just don’t like the way it feels to have their cervix touched. IUD users may feel the wire that stays outside your uterus being jostled, or it can scratch your partner’s penis. Sometimes a person’s cervix just doesn’t feel good being stimulated. It’s all valid. Don’t feel like not having a cervical orgasm means you are missing out.

Really rough, vigorous thrusting can leave your cervix bruised which feels like a dull lingering ache, similar to a period cramp. If that’s how you feel after a deep sesh, you’ll want to take it a little easier next time.

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Your Cervix and Sex on Your Period

Your body changes throughout your cycle. For your cervix, that can mean increased sensitivity in the days leading up to your period. When you have your period your cervix sits lower, meaning it may be more accessible without having to go so deep. That means the length of the penis or toy that is penetrating you is less of a consideration. If you want to take advantage of your body’s changes but are less keen on the potential blood on the sheets, using a menstrual disc like the Ziggy Cup 2 might be just the ticket.

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Intimina Ziggy cup, menstrual discThe Ziggy Cup 2 slips in place and stays there, even during sex

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The Ziggy Cup 2 comes in two sizes so you can wear the one that fits you best. This menstrual disc is designed to be worn during vaginal sex. It covers your cervix and collects your period blood, even during a heavy flow with a double lip design to stop leaks. Because it sits up and out of the way, it is ideal for period sex, even very deep penetration and those sweet body-rocking cervical orgasms!

Read: Bloody Hell! Is Period Sex Really a Big Deal?

3 Fave Positions for Cervical Orgasms

Ready to give it a shot? These positions open your body up and allow for some intense sexy times. Remember, there’s no reason to stay in one position if it’s not working for either of you. Cramps and discomfort are rarely conducive to great sex.

Happy Baby

Named after the yoga pose, the Happy Baby position has the receiver on their back, knees bent, clasping the instep of their feet or their calves with their hands. Having your legs spread and held up can feel a bit vulnerable which may work to your advantage if you have some subby tendencies. Some pillows under your lower back can make it feel like less of a stretch.


The Knee Tuck

The Knee Tuck position is another giver-on-top position that can give you a deep thrill. Raising your hips up off the bed (using pillows or sex furniture to give you a boost or make things a bit more comfy) rest the back of your thighs against your partner’s chest while they plow away...deep as you like!


The Hinge

Similar to doggie style, with the receiver on all fours, the Hinge gets you even closer to each other by having the giver on one knee. The giver can lean back to adjust the angle of penetration, or lean forward and hold their partner's hips for better leverage and firmer thrusts.

Read: How to Insert a Menstrual Disc for Mess-free Period Sex

The Ziggy Cup 2: At Your Cervix

The Ziggy Cup 2 by Intimina is a soft, shallow silicone menstrual disc you place inside your vagina over your cervix to hold your period blood. Unlike a tampon or cup, it lays flat, so doesn't take up room in your vagina, making having sex a breeze. The Ziggy Cup 2 is held in place by the shape of your body, not suction, so the chances of knocking it loose during sex are slim, even with these intense, deep penetration positions.

So, get out there and get busy! And if you happen to feel the need to tell strangers at the bar how much you enjoy cervical orgasms, well, we really can't blame you!

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Aurora Borealis

Aurora loves good sex and writing about what it takes to do it. She writes travel and lifestyle for a variety of publications under a different name, with a decidedly more PG bent.

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