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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by boobjob, Jan 20, 2012.
New study says no g spot. Opinions?
G-Spot Does Not Exist, 'Without A Doubt,' Say Researchers
The debate goes on...:ugh. This may help clarify some details - http://www.sexualforums.com/35051-the-internal-clitoris.html.
It's a real shame that female sexual pleasure has been, and still is, a taboo subject in many cultures.
I think it is a semantic argument. So what if the G spot is just the back of the clitoris rather than a thing in itself? I've had some pretty amazing experiences with different women playing with whatever it is If you get a woman excited, you can feel said spot. It has been described by others in ways that describe my own experiences with the G spot. Really I'm convinced that the all of the erogenous zones inside and out are all wired together anyway. Maybe by trying to classify spots we are trying to separate things that ought not be understood in that way? The G spot works and its fun.
I have had the pleasure of pleasing using the g-spot more than once.
Maybe it was a figment of my imagination.
Oh, did it ever deliver results too! that g-spot.
The author says "without a doubt" and then raises several doubts. It's just more bad science. Besides, for something that doesn't exist, it gives me a lot of pleasure.
I have felt a few g-spots: they are spongy and have a cross-hatched texture and get harder and more prominent with arousal. They vary in location, so you do have to search. If you touch the g-spot, good things can happen. I try to angle myself to stimulate my wife's g-spot during intercourse, which does give her an orgasm.
ditto cbr.....and they can call it what they want, all i know is if i put my finger there while my tongue is massaging her clit......as you said .."good things happen"...
My wife's G-spot location is very obvious and is as CBRMALE says but stimulating it does absolutely nothing for her. She must be in the minority.
Bravo; well said Octavius.
I concur fully
So... just another name for the same thing. How does that mean it doesn't exist?