Gynecologist Finds 'G-Spot', Can You?
The 'G' spot is a myth no more! Gynaecologist Adam Ostrzenski made the discovery and has published his findings in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Long considered a myth, the 'G' spot is an erogenous zone so sensitive that virtually any woman can achieve orgasm. That's right guys, now you too can pleasure a woman. Ostrzenski announced his findings by saying "This study confirmed the anatomic existence of the G-spot, which may lead to a better understanding and improvement of female sexual function," which is geek speak for "your old lady doesn't have to fake it anymore!" Only one problem: it's really freaking small.
At 8.1mm by 3.6mm by 1.5mm, The G-Spot isn't exactly going to be easy to find—and Ostrzenski isn't exactly being helpful about it. While his report claims to have verified the existence of the much sought after nub, Ostrzenski doesn't offer many clues about where exactly the G-Spot is located. Sex-shrink Paula Hall summed up everything that is wrong with Ostrzenski selfishness. "If you have difficulties with your sex life, then a greater biological understanding might be helpful but for some people it will create more anxiety."
Have fun looking people! It's in there somewhere!