“Scientists can’t find the G-spot”

That’s no surprise.

Kidding aside, the researchers claimed:

“The findings ‘clearly show’ most women believe the G-spot exists, but ‘this belief may be biased by the current assumption that it does exist.'”

4 thoughts on ““Scientists can’t find the G-spot”

  1. I’m surprised we’re still debating this. My wife is a “g-spot only” type: not interested in oral at all, orgasms from intercourse every time, loves rear-entry because it more directly hits the g-spot. There’s nothing mysterious about it; the article even mentions that the spot is very close to the clitoris. I always assumed that women have a lot of nerve endings in that area and for some it’s better to stimulate it from the front (the clitoris) while others find it better to stimulate it from the opposite (internal) side (the g-spot). When I finger her, it’s very easy to find the spot, it’s just a rough spot in the vaginal canal that can be found by hooking your finger and making a “come-hither” motion.

    I feel like most people, even scientists, are very bad at internalizing that there is a TON of variation in people’s bodies. It’s pretty amazing how different we can be, and studies like this are pretty quixotic because some people will be g-spot sensitive and others won’t.

    1. I should have read to the bottom of the article:

      “He said: ‘Most likely some women have more sensitivity in the anterior wall of the vagina, as it is very close to the clitoris.”

      That’s a good way of phrasing it. It’s extra sensitivity, not an actual organ or structure or “spot” that can be differentiated.

  2. I had a hemmoriod that was sensitive, I was putting on ointment and it felt good, so I got a vibrator and I came hard, Felt like I had a big Clit for a while, Changed Batteries 3 times that week. 🙂

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