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The G-Spot: Myth?

Researchers on the hunt to find the G-spot once and for all have determined, alas, that it's a myth. Assuring every man (or woman) who has tried and failed to find a lover's G-spot, the King College London research team concluded that a G-spot is not a physical location, but rather a subjective feeling.

The G-spot has been described as the front wall of the vagina, two to five centimeters up. Using twins as subjects, the study concluded that a G-spot does not exist because identical twins were no more likely to share one. Critics of the findings say that this conclusion fails to consider how different partners and techniques can influence a woman's knowledge of her G-spot.

So these scientists say that the G-spot is a figment of a woman's imagination. What do you think — are you a G-spot believer, or is it just a myth?

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blazintommyd blazintommyd 6 years
in reply to Betty Wayne - I've been hitting the wrong button :p - There's no other way to discuss it it's only words conveying useful ideas - I learned about anal sex on myself and men have differences with prostate stimulation - see my other comment - I don't care for it much as a singular activity (we're conditioned to break everything into parts instead of the whole)butt do like anal stimulation it just doesn't lead to anything on it's own; it would be more for the other guy. But the idea of a woman sweetly tenderly and with soothing words expertly rimming fingering and then stimulating my prostate with her fingers is more complete experience involving Love, fantasy &c aside from mere mechanical stimulation. I think the G spot has some similar function. But personally, my best orgasms are with totally nude sex - or else masturbating to for and with someone I'm feeling real Love for. So I think we stimulate all of these essential areas with full body sex and like you say just don't realize it because it's so good. But when we try to analyze and surgically separate areas like a scientist - well for me that's a real cock killer
blazintommyd blazintommyd 6 years
In actuality, the g-spots are located inside and around the rectal area and correspond to the 1st Chakra centers. The 2nd Chakra centers are the actual organs. There are different methods and techniques we learn to achieve orgasm. The various nerve centers the frenum of a man's cock and the clitoral button are the most effective but if we isolate stimulation to those alone it provides incomplete orgasms. So you can look at this in terms of nerves, energy whatever but in actuality those are just responsive triggers. You know this when you make yourself cum, it's not all in one spot it's a general area and involves eros mental fantasy &c Chi energy becomes trapped in the chakra centers and there are techniques to free this energy so that it flows freely. Complete sexual stimulation is the most effective way. But because of taboos, religious dogma &c we are only learning about these things now as we defy the Conservative paradigm and assert our individual sovereignty as sensual and sexual beings rather than business men and automaton cogs who end up schlepping the most wondrous experiences to such things as eh guess I'll toss off a load or make myself squirt. Sure have some fried spam with red eye gravy afterwards too
goldilocks0078 goldilocks0078 6 years
Anon-HAHAHA!
goldilocks0078 goldilocks0078 6 years
It's not a myth. My girlfriend has one. ;) I agree with Betty Wayne, though-not everyone like theirs touched. It's not some magical love spot that brings every woman waves of pleasure, it just feels really good for some women and ok for others.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 6 years
I ignored this the first time- everywhere I look someone's talking about the g-spot and no one ever says anything new- but then I read this same article on BBC AND LOVED IT. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/8443465.stm From what I hear it's a spongy little area about an inch or so in towards the front. I've researched extensively, alone or with a friend, and I've found the actual area- but I just hate to have it touched or handled excessively. It sort of burns and hurts, and makes me feel like I'm going to pee. I never felt like anything was WRONG with me, but I did feel a little bit inadequate because my g-spot just sucks. After reading the BBC article, I completely understand why I'm like that. EVERY GIRL IS DIFFERENT. I happen to HATE having my g-spot directly handled. That's just how it is. I still have more research to conduct- once I find an acceptable research partner- to see if having him enter me at an angle just barely rubbing against the g-spot will feel any better. I usually get off easiest (and well) with just my clit, though occasionally I have had mind blowing orgasms from penetration only. I wasn't paying attention at the time but maybe he was angled against my g-spot. By the way, sorry for being graphic, but it's an article about the g-spot and I didn't think you would mind. READ THE BBC ARTICLE!!
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 6 years
LOL @ dexaholic. I think we all male and female have our subjective g-spots. It's simple a spot on or in your body that makes you want to kick your foot through the wall and speak in tongues that's all, lol.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 6 years
LOL @ dexaholic. I think we all male and female have our subjective g-spots. It's simple a spot on or in your body that makes you want to kick your foot through the wall and speak in tongues that's all, lol.
sloane220 sloane220 6 years
@sand13- one of the most common ways to find it is through fingering or through a toy http://lesbianlife.about.com/od/lesbiansex/a/EjaculationQ.htm.
cherryblossom cherryblossom 6 years
Of course its real, anyone who thinks its not has just never had someone hit them in the right spot,
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 6 years
I agree with PontNeuf.It certainly does exist! And I do love it.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 6 years
I agree with PontNeuf. It certainly does exist! And I do love it.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
I've got a spot that makes me squirt, but I wouldn't say it feels a thousand times better than any other spot... just different.
Allytta Allytta 6 years
it exist, i found mine after reading instruction on dearsugar (oh how i miss it). found it in 10min, those were some great instructions really. then my BF found it, didn't take that long if you know how it feels. it's very rippled. and ejaculation thing is true too.
staple-salad staple-salad 6 years
Lies. Just found mine, and I DEFINITELY know it's there.
sanD13 sanD13 6 years
the commenters seem split on the idea of its existence. can the believers help us skeptics realize the its existence as well? any tips?
sloane220 sloane220 6 years
@emlikesgirls-lol, i know...we lesbians are just incredibly hands on....anyway i don't care how they've come this conclusion, but it DEFINITELY exists. i know from personal experience.
sloane220 sloane220 6 years
@emlikesgirls-lol, i know...we lesbians are just incredibly hands on. ...anyway i don't care how they've come this conclusion, but it DEFINITELY exists. i know from personal experience.
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