Reply To: New Research Indicates the G-Spot Does Not Exist

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CandyAndy
Participant

Well, Flint, the source cited in the article is the Clinical Journal, which appears to be a peer reviewed medical journal covering anatomy. This is also the second article I’ve recently read on the subject so I find it plausible and interesting. I, too, am not 100% convinced at this time, so I’d like to hear what others think.

Interesting history and information you presented, Firefighter.

Poor Jeremy… :( But you’ve never found it YET! :)

Thank you for your input, Akira. I don’t doubt there is a G-spot, but I’m wondering, does it serve it’s own orgasm our do you think that your vibrator on the G-spot also serves to stimulate the clitoris? Where does the feeling of climax occur?