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So I was roaming around my vagina. Taking a tour when I felt this kind of button type thing on the wall of my vagina towards my stomach. I thought. "Hey! is that my cervix?" I decided to do some research and read the article "Anatomy: Pink Parts - Female Sexual Anatomy" From looking at the diagram, the cervix seems to be quite the distance from the infamous g-spot. As I read the article I noticed that it said in reference to the location of the g-spot "if you have short fingers, you may not be able to". My fingers are average, and so what I felt was indeed my cervix (it seemed to match the articles description), then .... I just don't understand HOW someone's fingers could be too short... Is it likely that what I felt was indeed my cervix? Or is it more likely that it was just something else?
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When a woman gets aroused, the vagina expands and "tents", and everything moves a bit farther from the entrance. If you were not terribly aroused, your cervix would be further forward and reachable. Also, different bodies are different shapes! It does sound like you've found your cervix, though [Smile]


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