By VisceralWolf - 26/01/2016 06:35 - United States - Fairborn
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OP here, I made an account just to respond. To explain, my girlfriend is very rarely on top, and she was in the kind of pain wanting 'mood' that she didn't notice the contact and I certainly wasn't aware of it. I already knew that she said this could happen and avoided it at all costs. Well, turns out the angle and her weight pushing down caused us to reach the limit and well... I was on the bottom. Simple as that. I in no way did this on purpose. She knows it too.
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Were you purposely trying to hit her cervix? It's very painful for her if you do that, and if you were trying to do it on purpose to see if she would then you're an asshole.
Obviously it's awful for her if he hits her cervix, but that doesn't apply to all women? It's a fantastic feeling for me, and I really get off on it, so it's definitely not true for all women. Also his girlfriend was on top, and typically that means she'd be more in control, not definitely but typically, so it may not be his fault at all
#43 he may have actually caused a cyst to burst which can be incredibly painful. Personally I dislike pain but I don't find "cervix bashing" sex to be painful rather the opposite. What the preference of the FML community is though has no weight to the actually FML, he was warned prior too that this could potentially result in vomiting and still took that chance. Although with her on top I do think this is more her fault than OP's.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't hitting a woman's cervix extremely painful?
wow i'm surprised my comment got so downvoted that it had to be buried when i was simply stating a fact. google "cervical excitation", and you will find out that if it hurts when the cervix is "hit" or what have you, it's a classical sign of gynaecological disease.