The G-Spot May Be ‘Subjective,’ Scientists Say

January 4, 2010


One Response to “The G-Spot May Be ‘Subjective,’ Scientists Say”

  1. Alexandra Castle on January 4th, 2010 11:36 pm

    Well I know as a social scientist myself that what I am now going to say would be received with a scoffing “See I told you it is subjective” Nonetheless I would like to say that I am now in my second marriage as well as a number of relationships and until I met my husband I had never experienced anything vaginally that resembled a “g spot” I too thought it was just a rumor. I just plain wasn’t looking for it. But…looking or not, my husband found something that is definitely different than anything surrounding it. We have no problem replicating the exact place and as Dr. Oz said, it actually feels a bit different to him as well. To say the least the sensation is very different. So I think your British shrinks should start over and perhaps use warmer Yanks as opposed to coolish Brits. (I can say that because I am Scottish by birth). Until then, I’ll continue to enjoy my rumor.

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