It’s a known fact that women don’t always achieve orgasm through penetrative sex. A study done by the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that on average, women orgasm 62.9 per cent of the time with a familiar partner while men tend to do so 85.1 per cent of the time (based on a sample size of over 2,000 singles).
Similarly, the American Sociological Review have found that, women tend to orgasm about 40 per cent of the time during casual penetrative sex as compared to men, who orgasm about 80 per cent of the time.
While some women require clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm while having penetrative sex, some sex experts believe that there are other types of orgasms worth trying to achieve instead. One such orgasm is the lesser-known cervical orgasm.
Essentially, unlike the clitoral orgasm that builds before reaching its climax and lasts only a few seconds, a cervical orgasm can last longer.
According to sex expert Kim Anami, one of the best ways to achieve such an orgasm is by deep penetration. In an interview with Cosmopolitan, Kim mentions that it’s also possible to achieve such an orgasm with a long and girthy dildo.
However, you can also try it with your partner if you’re looking to try something new the next time you decide to have sex.
We’ve listed some of the best positions you can try if you want to achieve cervical orgasm through deep penetration.