Most of the time, the cervix is discussed only in a medical context. Found at the lowest part of the uterus and described often, if bluntly, as the "neck of the vagina" through which sperm enters the reproductive system, the cervix plays a pretty important biological role. But it's also a pleasure zone that can yield euphoric orgasms if you know how to target it.
What does a cervical orgasm feel like?
Cervical orgasms have often been ignored in larger conversations about sex but recently garnered a bit of a mythical reputation in online circles. A simple internet search on the topic yields hundreds of glowing reactions, with women claiming everything from continuous orgasms to near-psychedelic or spiritual experiences. These are known as "expanded" orgasms, which can spread beyond the genitals throughout the entire body, all the way to your toes.
Katherine, a 22-year-old artist from South Africa, describes her cervical orgasm as an unexpected surprise.
"It always builds up through my whole body and I suddenly can't move," she said. "I need to be pulled forward to keep things going. I think it's made me cry a few