G-Spot Doesn’t Exist, Scientist Claims
According to Dr. Amichai Kilchevsky of the Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, there is simply no medical proof that the legendary erogenous zone with magical sex powers actually exists. And boy oh boy have doctors and scientists been looking.
Dr. K and his team of researches analyzed over 100 peer-reviewed articles written about the g-spot over the last 60 years. And what all of these articles (which include clinical studies, case reports, and reviews) prove is that science can’t find any anatomical evidence that there is such a thing as a g-spot.
For example, a 2008 study using ultrasound imaging found that women who experience “g-spot” orgasms have thicker vaginal walls around the area where the g-spot is supposed to be located. Eureka, right?
Wrong. Subsequent studies could not reproduce these findings—which is a big problem for scientists.
Another example: some studies claimed to have done biopsies on tissue from the g-spot area and found more nerve endings. Only problem is, other studies performed biopsies and found fewer nerve endings.
So if the g-spot really is a thing, why the hell can’t scientists find some kind of definitive proof?
Exactly. Ergo, the g-spot doesn’t exist—or at least not for everybody.
But that’s not a bad thing, according to Kilchevsky. He says this ought to take a lot of pressure off women who’ve tried and tried but just can’t seem to achieve vaginal orgasms. And I’m sure more than a few dudes are relieved as well.
So everyone stop worrying about what other people say you should do in the sack and just go with what works.
[via Daily Mail]