Sorry, fellas — you're going to have to come with some other reason for not being able to locate the G-spot... because it does exist, according to the research of one gynecologist who will surely go down in history as the world's most famous sexual explorer.
The elusive pleasure zone has mystified men for centuries (women knew it existed all along). There are plenty of studies to the contrary, claiming the G-spot is a myth. But, the new study by Dr. Adam Ostrzenski published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine identifies the G-spot as a "well-delineated sac structure" on the perineal membrane.
For those who have yet to locate the G-spot, take comfort in this: it's quite small — 8.1mm long and 3.6mm wide, to be exact. That's just half the size of a fingernail. Ostrzenski called it a "grape-like" structure.
While the study's findings are really sexy and all, the research process for getting those findings was not: Ostrzenski found the G-spot by examining the cadaver of an 83-year-old woman. Still, facts are facts, right?
"This study confirmed the anatomic existence of the G-spot, which may lead to a
better understanding and improvement of female sexual function," Ostrzenski said.
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Wow, fellas... the pressure is really on now!