The all mighty G spot has been debated for years, but new research is saying that it can actually be detected through an ultrasound. Since some women can achieve vaginal orgasms and some cannot, the pressure to find the G spot has been a constant bout of contention for men and women alike — until now.
New research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine administered ultrasounds on 20 women, nine of who claimed to have vaginal orgasms, 11 of who could not. The ultrasound showed that in those nine women, the tissues between the vagina and the urethra was thicker than the other women, which some are saying could be the G spot. On the flip side, some doctors feel that thicker tissue might actually just be a part of the clitoris, debunking their previous finding.
So as you can see ladies, the debate continues. Is there a G spot or is there not? What do you think?