Dear Online Explorer, Welcome to my intervaginal superhighway, where the wonderful world of cervix awaits you...anytime. A cervix is such a beautiful creation, yet most people go through life having missed the chance to see one. Over the years, I've given thousands of people that rare opportunity, by showing my cervix with the aid of a speculum and a flashlight to individual members of theater audiences who stood in line by the hundreds in over a dozen countries. My "Public Cervix Announcement" has given me great satisfaction and brought enlightenment to many all around the globe. Until now I was frustrated that there were so many countries and so little time. Fortunately with the aid of modern technology that problem is licked. You don't have to stand in line, you can simply visit my cervix online.
There are those who say my purpose is to "demystify the female body", but that is an impossibility. The female body will always be a very great mystery, no matter how many you see or how much knowledge you achieve. You can never demystify a cervix. It's a magnificent miracle -- the doorway to life itself. One reason why I show my cervix is to assure the misinformed, who seem to be primarily of the male population, that neither the vagina nor the cervix contains any teeth. Maybe you'll calm down and get a grip. Lots of folks, both women and men, know very little about female anatomy and so are ashamed and/or afraid of the cervix. That's sad, so I do my best to lift that veil of ignorance. I adore my cervix. I am proud of her in every way, and am happy to put her on display. I must say it's a wonderful feeling to know every little thing about my pussy. I recommend that each woman examine her own cervix. See How to Perform a Cervix Self-Exam. While you're at it, why not show all your friends and loved ones. It's such a fun thing to do, and it's a great party trick.
Now, please, be my guest. I invite you to take a long look at my cervix.
We're in luck! This image was made at the tail end of my bleeding time, so if you look closely, you can see a little drop of menstrual blood making its debut at the opening in the center of the cervix, which is called the os. It sure is a magical place.
Cervix with a smile,
Annie M. Sprinkle