As if there isn’t enough to think about:
Last year, Professors Tim Spector and Andrea Virginia Burra, part of the King London College research team found inconclusive evidence stating that the ‘elusive’ G-spot erogenous zone may be a myth encouraged by magazines and sex therapists.
After what is the largest study to date, including 1,800 women, no proof has been found to substantiate the bump of ecstatic pleasure.
I wonder how much this study costs, and how better those funds could have been appropriated… Aren’t there other medical issues of pressing urgency??
No I don’t. What I wonder is this:
What’s the fuss?? What’s with the whole Scientific Theory of it all?
What, exactly, are you studying?
I mean, I say that the blessed Grafenberg Spot does, in fact, exist, and I have one to prove it. I’m not the only one. I know too many men and women who can bear witness to the coveted G-Spot Orgasm and all it’s splendor.
I’m willing to bet that there are 1801 women out here who are proud benefactors of a G-Spot.
Whose with me??
Does your G-Spot exist?? Do some research. You may be surprised by what you find!