Yes, Virginia, there is a G-Spot

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This just in: The G-spot doesn’t exist! At least, according to British researchers who’ve made splashy headlines with this claim in a new study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. According to the abstract, “1,804 unselected female twins aged 22–83 completed a questionnaire about their sexuality and G-spot knowledge” and the point of the study was to find “genetic variance component analysis of self-reported G-spot.” That alone should tell you this study was highly subjective.

Yet the very idea of there not being a G-spot sparked international headlines. One commenter on a science blog wrote, “The supposed ‘G-spot’ is probably an androcentric fabrication to support male penetration,” while many others rushed in to gleefully proclaim the spot nonexistent.

Yet the very idea of there not being a G-spot sparked international headlines. One commenter on a science blog wrote,

“The supposed ‘G-spot’ is probably an androcentric fabrication to support male penetration,”

Whipple, professor emerita at Rutgers University, was the co-author of the groundbreaking 1982 book The G Spot: And Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality and responsible (with Perry) for popularizing the topic. She says the main problem with the study is bad science.

“The easiest way to stimulate the G-spot is by using two fingers inserted into the vagina with a come-here motion, but they eliminated bisexual or lesbian women, [who] often use digital stimulation.”

I can guarantee that the G-Spot exists.
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