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All about my g-spot

January 4, 2010

Well according to the media I don’t have one anymore.  It has been proved!  But as we all know, the media loves it’s cod-science.  And yes, I do have a g-spot, I do know where it is, and I know how it feels when it is stimulated.

But back to the media – Petra Boyton writes Where have all the g spots gone about this new study and previous studies from the same people which contain the same flaws.  Boyton also sets different terms for the debate which are actually a hell of a lot more interesting.  Go read!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 4, 2010 20:34

    Beat me to it E, I was about to write about this. Yes the study is bobbins. Why? Because the G spot is about 2-3 inches up the front wall of the vagina. So to stimulate it, you have to be a)aware of its existence and where it is) and b)a bit creative. Tip for the confused, it feels a bit ‘spongy’.

    I’ll shut up now. Oh and yes some women do ejaculate, but not porn stylee.

  2. January 4, 2010 20:44

    Also how does the fact that half of twins report having a g spot prove it’s a myth anyway? Why do they assume the half who say they have got one are lying, rather than the half who say they haven’t?

  3. January 4, 2010 23:41

    I know, the whole thing is rubbish – women are all different, shock horror!

    Just make sure ejacuation doesn’t happen on your side of the bed is the general rule I think.

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