Researchers Say the G-Spot Doesn’t Exist
The existence of a female erogenous zone is a myth, says researchers.
-The Betty Editors
Does the G-spot exist? If you believe a recent study of British women at King’s College London, the answer is a resounding no. According to the researchers who studied over 1800 women, there is no evidence to suggest that a female erogenous zone, where nerve endings are concentrated and can give pleasure if stimulated, exists. They believe that the g-spot is a “myth” that has been advocated by sex therapists and magazines and has made many women and men feel inadequate about their sex lives.
One of the researchers Tim Spector noted, “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.” (Daily Mail)