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Study: ‘G-Spot’ Is Figment Of Imagination

From a strangely skeptical BBC News:

The G-spot ‘doesn’t appear to exist’, say researchers

Monday, 4 January 2010

The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.

Their study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine is the biggest yet, involving 1,800 women, and it found no proof.

The King’s College London team believe the G-spot may be a figment of women’s imagination, encouraged by magazines and sex therapists.

But sexologist Beverley Whipple, who helped popularise the G-spot idea, said the work was "flawed".

She said the researchers had discounted the experiences of lesbian or bisexual women and failed to consider the effects of having different sexual partners with different love-making techniques.

The women in the study, who were all pairs of identical and non-identical twins, were asked whether they had a G-spot.

If one did exist, it would be expected that both identical twins, who have the same genes, would report having one.

But this pattern did not emerge and the identical twins were no more likely to have a G-spot than non-identical twins who share only half of their genes.

Co-author of the study Professor Tim Spector said: "Women may argue that having a G-spot is due to diet or exercise, but in fact it is virtually impossible to find real traits.

"This is by far the biggest study ever carried out and shows fairly conclusively that the idea of a G-spot is subjective."

Colleague Andrea Burri was concerned that women who feared they lacked a G-spot might feel inadequate, which she says is unnecessary.

"It is rather irresponsible to claim the existence of an entity that has never been proven and pressurise women and men too."

The Gräfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, was named in honour of the German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg who described it over 50 years ago. It is said to sit in the front wall of the vagina some 2-5cm up.

Recently Italian scientists claimed they could locate the G-spot using ultrasound scans.

They said they had found an area of thicker tissue among the women reporting orgasms.

But specialists warned there could be other reasons for this difference.

We don’t usually concern ourselves with such salacious questions. But this article does make us wonder.

After nearly thirty years of extensive study, ‘scientists’ aren’t even sure whether something exists in the half the human population of not. So how can they be so certain about man-made ‘climate change’?

Might not ‘global warming’ be “a figment” of some people’s imagination, encouraged by anti-capitalists, the media and of course, grant money.

And isn’t it "irresponsible" to pressurize men and women about man-made "climate change," which is an entity that has never been proven? Especially, when this pressurizing can end up costing us trillions of dollars.

It’s really too bad the Earth doesn’t have an identical twin we could study.

However, it should be noted that our neighboring planets have also experienced recent rises in temperature. (Which adds to the evidence that whatever global warming we are enjoying is due primarily to the Sun.)

Still, it will be interesting to see if these researchers at King’s College get mocked as ‘G-spot deniers.’

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, January 6th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

19 Responses to “Study: ‘G-Spot’ Is Figment Of Imagination”

  1. Confucius says:

    More proof that women are never to be trusted.

  2. GetBackJack says:

    There is most definitely a “G” Spot.

    It’s located in the center of a woman’s perception of a man’s power to wealth ratio.

    If you ever go to Aspen for Christmas, or New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas, or have a chance to catch the action on the fan tails of super yachts in Florida’s tony harbors, you should be able to discern it right away. Hell, it’s right out in the open.

    (great analogy, Steve, btw)

  3. GetBackJack says:

    Hey, if even a humorless charlatan like Tiger can find it using nothing but a checkbook, I’m telling you … it’s right out in the open. Nothing hidden about it. Ain’t hard to find at all.

  4. proreason says:

    I though this was settled science.

  5. Rusty Shackleford says:

    Word has it that Algore was encouraged to pursue climate change because of his difficulty in locating the female g-spot. He determined climate change to be a much simpler task.

  6. 2old2givea says:

    Well, my (oh)G(od-yes)-spot is definitely not in my mind. It’s a lot further down. That aside…

  7. joeblough says:

    We can’t reliably predict what the weather will be like next week. And we are expected to believe people who claim to predict what the weather will be 50 years from now.

    My butt!

    This G-Spot thing (terrific analogy by Steve above) is just plain weird.

    I had assumed, incorrectly I now discover, that there was simply a nerve cluster in that spot. That’s a pretty easy thing to determine, I should think.

    Now I’m told that in all this time nobody has verified the gross anatomy of a reputedly important bit of half the human race?

    What would we do without experts ?!?!?!

  8. BannedbytheTaliban says:

    “However, it should be noted that our neighboring planets have also experienced recent rises in temperature.”

    Do you have a reference on that SG? I would like to bring it up with some of the gobal warming cultist I encounter.

    • Steve says:

      Not off the top of my head. But it’s been discussed for quite some time.

      Here are some Google results:

      http://www.google.com/search?q=other+planets+global+warming&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

    • misanthropicus says:

      Yes, there are, and to be more specific (and show again what a bunch of clowns the warmists are) , consider the following:
      1) Mars, the closest physical& age-wise with Terra has experienced a remarkably similar rate of warming like this planet in the past hundred years, warmining probably caused by some heating processes within its molten core – situation very likely happening here as well –
      2) then (again to send the warmists under their humid rocks), we have the Malenkovich cycle which is, as science can go, a pefect theory, i.e. it both explains past events and based on the same data, correctly predicts future developments (Malenkovich put together this theory in the thirties) – and the Malenkovich theory puts nicely together both astronomy and geology in a full, comprehensive and correct model which shows where we are now –
      Yes, we are going through a heating period – no, this heating would have happened anyway, with or without human activity around –

      hehehehe – no wonder the Malenkovich theory is not mentioned by Algore’s warmists –

  9. jobeth says:

    Sounds good to me. One less thing to feel quilty about as far as I’m concerned…not that I ever did.

    No one I have ever known has committed to knowing exactly where the thing was anyway.

    This will drive the libs crazy. First the global warming scam emails get out and now this. What’s a poor victimized lib to do? I guess they will be needing to create another global crisis to exploit.

  10. Liberals Demise says:

    Obama has a G(W) spot on the tip of his tongue.
    He uses it every time some one accuses him of something he’s done wrong.

  11. DANEgerus says:

    In the case of the G-spot : GlobalWarmingists,they are using their fraud to rationalize theft from the American tax-payer… while I for one, am perfectly willing to have my tax-dollars diverted to research into G-spot : GynoWarmingists regardless of the results… provided they are published… widely.

  12. wirenut says:

    Not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed here but, maybe its the Gee! spot. You know when you hit a lib with facts and all they can say is, Gee!

  13. wirenut says:

    Sorry folks. I just had a Gee moment. That’s as salacious as I’ll get. Haw!


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