Sorry MX but I think your wrong, the cervix is the “bottom” and you can’t slide past it. If you have ever had a baby and went to the doctors office you would know this as they stick there fingers up there and tell you how dialated she is and the cervix is usually, when not pregnant, 1 cm at best probably less. Sliding past the cervix would get you into the uterus and would be excrutiating painful to her.
and by the way 90% of pain during delivery of a baby is at the cervix not the vagina like almost every guy thinks. The vagina is so stretchy and can handle so much more than you think.
While you can think whatever you want, it’s basic physiology. Also, note that I said, “slide past the cervix” not into it.
“The vagina is a thin walled muscular tube lying inferior to the bladder and anterior to the anus and rectum. Its superior end is invaginated by the cervix of the uterus forming the fornices. The anterior and lateral fornices are shallow but the posterior fornix is deep. The posterior fornix meets the fascia of the peritoneum of the recto-uterine pouch.”
The Female Pelvis
For more information, “Super Sexual Orgasm” by Barbara Keesling is a decent book about giving women CDS/posterior fornix orgasms.
Started: 2/03, Finished: 5/06, Total Gains: 1.375” BPEL 1.5” EG, Details: Progress after a year or longer off?
Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible—M. C. Escher