British Therapists Determine That G-Spot Doesn’t Exist

Ken AshfordSex/Morality/Family Values, Women's IssuesLeave a Comment

Quel domage:

Researchers at King's College London in the United Kingdom have brought the elusive G-spot to the forefront with a study of more than 1,800 female twins. The study suggests that there is no genetic basis for the G-spot and that environmental or psychological factors may contribute to whether a woman believes that she has a G-spot. The new study is published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

I would take this with a grain of salt.  Let's remember that:

  • the researchers were British
  • the women in the studies, who were twins, were British

Maybe all it means is that British female twins lack that particular erogenous zone.