For decades, and maybe longer, the master of hide and seek known as the G-Spot has been found fewer times than Waldo in a candy cane factory. Some recent studies have claimed to support its existence; others back up those claims but fail to reveal its location. However, a new study has determined that the elusive G-Spot is non-existent and more of a pipe dream than a reality. The discovery, or nondiscovery, was delivered by a urology resident at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Amichai Kilchevsky.
“Without a doubt, a discreet anatomic entity called the G-spot does not exist.”
In Kilchevsky’s research, he surveyed and observed 29 individuals. Of those individuals, most believed that the G-Spot does exist, but many cannot locate it. However, through each study, including biopsies, ultrasound, and other means, there could be no solid proof of an actual spot that could assist a woman in achieving orgasm. His conclusion is that the G-Spot is not a physical point of pleasure within a woman, but rather an interconnected compilation of areas that do not reside in a defined shape of space, but is rather an extension of the clitoris.
“Women who can’t achieve orgasm through vaginal penetration don’t have anything wrong with them.What they’re likely experiencing is a continuation of the clitoris.”
Barry Komisaruk, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University, seems to agree with Kilchevsky’s findings.
“I think that the bulk of the evidence shows that the G-spot is not a particular thing. It’s not like saying, ‘What is the thyroid gland? The G-spot is more of a thing like New York City is a thing. It’s a region, it’s a convergence of many different structures.”
Women and men can now shake off the stress of locating the invisible spot and focus on each other, the mood, and relax instead of feeling the undue pressure of the moment. The findings can be specifically relieving for women that are pressured to either endure a lackluster ending to an intercourse encounter as their partner continues onward until she allows him to stop or act out her best Meg Ryan impression to give the male a feeling of victory. Either way, the pressure and stress can be overwhelming. However, for the man it can be just as frustrating as he feels incompetent at the lack of pleasure he may give his partner. However, a report in Nature Reviews Urology addresses the male partner and reassures him not to stress.
“We can confirm that the G-spot doesn’t exist. We know, we know. Great news. Instead, our intensive study of the female orgasm has revealed that women enjoy having That Area Down There touched. It’s complex, but it probably includes the clitoris, vagina and urethra. So, to conclude, G-spot – no. New spot around the groin area – yes. Now, go forth and pleasure your women.”
There will undoubtedly be some that will argue against the findings and hope to prove it wrong. Some will believe that the non-existence of the G-Spot is like searching for pirate treasure, only to find that it is really just fool’s gold. What’s next, no gold at the end of a rainbow?
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