The G-Spot May Be ‘Subjective,’ Scientists Say
January 4, 2010
Andrea Burri of Kings College, London led the study, and she says it is beyond a matter of finding out the truth behind a sexual rumor.
“It is rather irresponsible to claim the existence of an entity that has never really been proven and pressurise women — and men, too.”
The G-Spot is a long rumored cluster of internal nerves that is said to be found in the vaginal canal.
It has been debated for years, with no proof of its existence. Now it would seem we have more proof against it than for it.
So, don’t worry if you can’t find it on your girl guys. It is more shocking if you can.