This just in: The G-spot doesnâ€™t exist! At least, according to British researchers whoâ€™ve made splashy headlines with this claim in a new study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. According to the abstract, â€œ1,804 unselected female twins aged 22â€“83 completed a questionnaire about their sexuality and G-spot knowledgeâ€ and the point of the study was to find â€œgenetic variance component analysis of self-reported G-spot.â€ 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, â€œThe supposed â€˜G-spotâ€™ is probably an androcentric fabrication to support male penetration,â€ 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 â€˜G-spotâ€™ is probably an androcentric fabrication to support male penetration,â€
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.
â€œThe 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.â€
I can guarantee that the G-Spot exists.
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This is pertinent to my interests.
the original study was crap anyways. it was a self reported study of a group of twins.
no idea why they chose this methodology
But who wants to find the g-spot on a pair of 83 year old twins?
Some 90ish guy who wants fresh pussy?
I think they just wanted to hear about womens’ bits. And they had a thing for twins.