A sexual quest that has for years baffled millions of women, and men, may have been in vain. A study by British scientists has found that the mysterious G-spot, the sexual pleasure zone said to be possessed by some women but not all, may not exist at all.
The scientists at King’s College London who carried out the study claim there is no evidence for the existence of the G-spot, supposedly a cluster of internal nerve endings, outside the imagination of women influenced by magazines and sex therapists. They reached their conclusions after a survey of more than 1,800 British women.
OK, there have been a lot of dumb and poorly executed researches done since I’ve started this blog. This is yet another one. Put simply, you’re not going to answer the question of the G-spot by taking a survey. The only way you’ll get this one right is to dive head first into it. Get your hands dirty. Put your finger on it. Get the idea?
Different women react different ways. With some you can grope around all day and night and find no magical trick. Some don’t even like foreplay at all, so it’s not an issue. Then there are others who you can do it just right and they go off like a rocket, every, single, time. Unless of course they’re numbed from the waist down. But, when taking a survey, how many women are going to admit to being satisfied so amazingly easily. Push a button and you’re done. Kinda makes ya sound easy, kinda like a slut. Society has put pressure on women for my entire lifetime that the O is supposed to be a challenge. Therefore, the G is counter-intuitive. In order for this survey to mean anything, I would think asking a woman where she thinks hers is, and then compare using the G versus not using the G using a standardized device. After doing 1,800 women, some being identical twins, and some not, then I think you’d have something. In fact, you’d probably have two.