Originally Posted by BedheadRed
A tampon rests in the vagina, not inside the cervix. Any woman who has had a pap smear and attest for the uncomfy feeling of having your cervix "gently" scraped with a Christmas tree brush looking thing to get cells. My cervix bleeds everytime i get a pap smear. My doctor says mine is just sensitive.[/qoute]
Its not comfortable to have an iud inserted or having anything else gain access through the gateway of the cervix.
I cant even imagine the bacteria she can transfer into her uterus/fallopian tubes by her finger nails or anything else she decides to put inside of there.
Its just wrong and unnatural. Just plain bizarre if you ask me.
I agree with everything you've said. The part about infection is scary, but this from a post in the forum of the posted link is somewhat unbelievable, but if true, scary: " Either she's pumping while on her period or she's using too much pressure which is what's causing her to bleed. My exgirlfriend and I pumped her cervix (sorry no photos) and managed to prolapse her entire vaginal cavity and elongate her cervix by about 7 inches with the pump. Took about a year and a half but she could pull her pussy open and flex and push the insides of her pussy completely out between her legs. Some mild discomfort the first few times but after a few months she claimed it didn't hurt anymore. When we got into pumping her cervix we also began working on stretching it out and after a few months I was able to fuck her cervix with my cock (7x6") completely which made her come like crazy. The only side effect was after intense play over an extended time she lost the ability to keep her vagina from falling inside out and had to wear a thong completely wedged up inbetween her lips to keep everthing from falling out. "
TBH, I still think the cervix stretching/fucking thing is complete bullshit. Maybe this chick in the vids has some medical anomaly and/or has done some really painful shit to get her cervix the way it is, but it's surely not healthy and not something most women can (or should) do.