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New Zealand women are among the most sexually silent in the world, and well travelled sex expert, Olivia Bryant is here to get Kiwis talking about their cervix.

Cervix, a movement which encourages women to better understand the importance of their cervix. She says that the cervix "is an organ of pleasure" and can produce orgasms with a powerful psychoactive effect.

However, "many women have numb cervixes". Essentially, women aren't as quick to be aroused as men. Women need to express to their partners that it takes time to "fully open," and allow the cervix to move up and out of the way when following around, she says.

If couples are too quick to jump in to penetration the "cervix becomes numb due to tension". Tension diminishes the felt sense of pleasure.

She says Kiwi women seem the most cagey when it comes to talking about sex. She puts our fear down to a number of factors.

We're isolated. I think it's very hard to have anonymity here.

Bryant Ladys ready for sex in New Zealand sexual awakening ni are booming in Melbourne, where she spends most of her time. It will catch on here eventually and that will cause the whole topic to feel a lot safer.

Christchurch based relationship and sex therapist, Helen Mounsey, agrees Kiwis women aren't as open about intimacy. Mounsey, who has over 25 years experience in the industry, puts it down to our past.

It's become more visible in the last 20 years. We probably are a bit behind and there's room for growth.

Women in New Zealand need to open up and Lasys more about their cervix - sexpert. Janan Jay Olivia Bryant is a sexologist, conscious loving coach, and founder of Self: