The elusive G-spot


Endangered Species
BBC News - The G-spot 'doesn't appear to exist', say researchers

The G-spot 'doesn't appear to exist', say researchers

The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.

Their study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine is the biggest yet, involving 1,800 women, and it found no proof.

The King's College London team believe the G-spot may be a figment of women's imagination, encouraged by magazines and sex therapists.
But sexologist Beverley Whipple who helped popularise the G-spot idea said the work was "flawed".

She said the researchers had discounted the experiences of lesbian or bisexual women and failed to consider the effects of having different sexual partners with different love-making techniques.

The women in the study, who were all pairs of identical and non-identical twins, were asked whether they had a G-spot.
If one did exist, it would be expected that both identical twins, who have the same genes, would report having one.

But this pattern did not emerge and the identical twins were no more likely to share a G-spot than non-identical twins who share only half of their genes.

Co-author of the study Professor Tim Spector said: "Women may argue that having a G-spot is due to diet or exercise, but in fact it is virtually impossible to find real traits.

"This is by far the biggest study ever carried out and shows fairly conclusively that the idea of a G-spot is subjective."

Colleague Andrea Burri was concerned that women who feared they lacked a G-spot might feel inadequate, which she says is unnecessary.

"It is rather irresponsible to claim the existence of an entity that has never been proven and pressurise women and men too."

Dr Petra Boynton, a sexual psychologist at University College London, said: "It's fine to go looking for the G-spot but do not worry if you don't find it.
"It should not be the only focus. Everyone is different."

The Gräfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, was named in honour of the German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg who described it over 50 years ago and is said to sit in the front wall of the vagina some 2-5cm up.

Recently Italian scientists claimed they could locate the G-spot using ultrasound scans.
They said they had found an area of thicker tissue among the women reporting orgasms.
But specialists warned there could be other reasons for this difference.
So.................. ladies, explain yourselves?


Certified Shitlord
I've never bothered to look for it to be honest and I've yet to have a problem satisfying my girlfriend. To me, it's always sounded like a case of "every girl has a hot spot" not some general "every girl has the same spot". Besides, exploring has it's benefits, kids.



Son of Liberty
I remember watching the HBO late night series "Cat House" and they had their "Sex:101" show where they went through and gave a demo on how to find the G-Spot.....

Figment of Imagination or not... worked for me, so I say STFU and let us get our rocks off :hah:

fuck, what do the scientists plan on doing next? Going to a Pre-Schools across the US and showing the Students conclusive evidence that Santa Clause is nothing more than your parents telling you a cold faced lie?


Certified Shitlord
Well goat it does have scientific and commercial impact when you think about it. So it's not like it's that pointless. Besides, there are much dumber things being researched and analyzed as we speak.


Son of Liberty
But now think of all the High School Teenagers that have one less thing to brag about. Meh, besides I'm sure most the females out there who claim to have "experienced" a G-Spot orgasm will just say the study is BS anyway. Because for craps sake.... they've seen Santa Clause :hah:

I lawled at commercial impact. Got to thinking about all the "For Your G-Spot" toys I've seen in my life hahahaha. Now its like selling an Air Purifier Machine right....I remember seeing a movie where the guy worked as a Sales Rep for a company that sold Air Purifiers, he said "Remember, its an Air Purifier... how the fuck would the Customer know if its not really working? As long as its Plugged in and blowing air... they think its all good!"


still nobody's bitch
yeah, I never really understood what exactly the g-spot was supposed to be. I just know what feels good and what works.


Registered Member
Ice - if it can be proven to exist, then it gives people who haven't found it something to work on.

If it can be disproven, then people who can't find it don't have to feel inadequate.


Registered Member
i think every girl has a different spot, every girl likes something different...

i've been with one girl that was very shallow and she loved to be torn... she would bled everytime we had sex... she got off on it...

yet another girl, only way she could orgasm was during anal sex... *go figure*

and i've been with girls were no matter what you did you were not going to satisfy them... its like they have no sensetivity at all.

then i've been with another girl that would get off just by me being inside her not moving at all... don't really know how that worked but she would.

i could go on telling past experiences but i think my point is clear, every woman is different...


A Darker Knight
Ice - if it can be proven to exist, then it gives people who haven't found it something to work on.

If it can be disproven, then people who can't find it don't have to feel inadequate.

Some people claimed to have experienced it. Some people claimed to have found it. Some spend their whole lives finding it. Some never do. Some are willing to sacrifice their (romantic) lives for it. Science apparently can't prove it now.

This is starting to sound like the God-spot.


Babeasaurus Sex
Who cares whether it exists or not....I don't know about other ladies but letting guys look for it sure works out well for me :)