For decades now, researchers have been pursuing concrete evidence of the G-spot. Formally known as the Grafenberg spot, it takes its name from Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, a German gynecologist who played a big part in developing the first generation of IUDs—safe to say that he was a man who knew the female body inside and out.
Since the 1940s, hundreds of research projects have taken place to determine the existence of the G-spot, but with no definitive evidence on either side.
Researchers at King’s College in London surveyed sets of identical and non-identical female twins about a range of topics, including whether or not they each had a G-spot. The reasoning was that twins, who share more than half of the same genetic material and thus very similar anatomies, would most likely respond with matching answers. However, this turned out not to be the case, as there were a number of discrepancies between the claims of siblings surveyed.
Meanwhile, a study at Italy’s L’Aquila University uncovered evidence supporting the G-spot’s existence, taking ultrasound images of two groups of women: one set with the ability to climax through penetrative stimulation alone, and another that could not. The ultrasound images showed that women from the former group possessed thicker tissue covering their anterior (frontal) vaginal wall. This leaves open the possibility that this thicker tissue could actually be part of the clitoris. Again, however, no conclusive evidence was found.
So where do we stand? We believe that sex is not about absolutes; ‘on and off’ and ‘black and white’ don’t apply to intimacy. These studies have been going on for years, and you can be sure that they’ll continue well into the future, with pages upon pages of medical journals continuing to fill up with evidence both for and against the G-spot’s existence. Hundreds of skilled people have spent thousands of hours searching for this thing, this land o’ plenty o’ orgasms, and still have found nothing conclusive, and still they try.
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