There is a tiny area of the vagina, right at the back towards the cervix, that can be stimulated to produce orgasms.
The cervix can be an uncomfortable area during sex (even more so if your partner is particularly well endowed).
The posterior vaginal fornix is hidden slightly and it's been nicknamed the 'cul-de-sac' because it bends round behind the cervix. Your partner would need to be able to bend behind your cervix to reach the whole thing.
But there's the clever part. When you're turned on the cervix pulls back slightly making this area far more reachable.
The trick is to get busy in the butterfly-missionary position - where you're flat on your back with your legs high in the air over his shoulders.
When you're about to orgasm, pull your partner's penis deeper using your pelvic floor muscles. Hopefully, if you're lucky, this will send signals down special nerve endings (separate to those connected to the G-spot or clitoris) resulting in the sort of mind-blowing sensations only described in erotic fiction.
This doesn't work for everyone, but maybe it's worth a try? Or two.
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