The unknown cervical orgasm

cervical orgasm

Research shows that there are three different types of orgasms (for women) that occur in three different physiological systems in the body.

Number 1 – the most famous orgasm – is the clitoral orgasm. Clitoral-sensitive neurons not only consist of the bud on the top but extend as far as known about 9 cm into the vagina along the inside of the pubic bone. The clitoral organ is described as sharp, intensive and above all psychologically satisfying.

Number 2 – number two on the wall of fame of female orgasm, is the G-point orgasm. You can find the G-zone (yes, it is proven that it exists) in the front wall of the vagina, a few ccentimeters towards the navel. Massaging this area can result in the most beautiful feelings. The G-point region has a different texture than the surrounding vagina and consists of special receptors that respond to pressure. The G-zone orgasm is described as a tad vaguer, but also as deeper, more prolonged and more psychologically satisfactory. (This is also where the squirting orgasms come from with the right touch).

Number 3 – the most unknown of all orgasms – is the cervical orgasm. It is achieved by calm and gentle contact at the very bottom of the vagina, against the cervix opening. The orgasm has no contractions but should feel fantastic in other ways. How you achieve it, is expertly described by Layla Martin in this video.