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New Research Suggests G-Spot Doesn't Exist

ScuttleMonkey posted more than 4 years ago | from the only-proves-that-men-still-can't-find-it dept.

It's funny.  Laugh. 392

krou writes to tell us that according to a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a team from King's College London has found no evidence to suggest that the G-Spot actually exists, and they believe it may be a myth encouraged by magazines and sex therapists. The study performed is the largest of its kind, including some 1,800 women, and still was unable to find meaningful proof. Of course, the studies were probably all led by men, who everyone knows can't find the G-Spot anyway.

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Vaginas on /. (5, Informative)

sopssa (1498795) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645146)

And the crowd goes wild..

On a more serious note, why do you have to make it so technical? Different areas stimulate differently and some are more powerful than others. If girls say that specific area pleasures them more, you don't have to make tons of researches about it. You can just believe it. And like with everything else sexual, it can difference between people.

If you are coming (as a man, and as a hint for slashdot's girls), stimulating the area between your balls and asshole makes your orgasm a lot more powerful. It's even possible to come just by stimulating that area, without touching your dick (I've done it). That is actually what's called men "g-spot", while technically its deeper in your ass, but you can stimulate it somewhat from under your balls too. If you're not up for gay sex, you can of course ask your girl to put a finger in your ass and try to stimulate it from there.

Also why not just experience? Girls tend to let you know what feels good, in a way or another. Or just ask her if she has spotted it and help you stimulate it. It will be slighty different with every girl, because everyones body and sexuality is slighty different.

If there's one area in your life thats not all technical and about science, let it be sex, and just have fun.

Re:Vaginas on /. (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645224)

If you are coming (as a man, and as a hint for slashdot's girls), stimulating the area between your balls and asshole makes your orgasm a lot more powerful. It's even possible to come just by stimulating that area, without touching your dick (I've done it).

TMI

Re:Vaginas on /. (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645270)

WAY TMI. My eyes bleed.

Re:Vaginas on /. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645406)

That's hot!

Re:Vaginas on /. (4, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645464)

WAY TMI. My eyes bleed.

So do vaginas.

Re:Vaginas on /. (5, Funny)

t0p (1154575) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645748)

My eyes bleed.

You're doing it wrong. The GP said asshole not eye sockets.

Re:Vaginas on /. (1)

Aphoxema (1088507) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645300)

If you are coming (as a man, and as a hint for slashdot's girls), stimulating the area between your balls and asshole makes your orgasm a lot more powerful. It's even possible to come just by stimulating that area, without touching your dick (I've done it).

TMI

So you already knew?

Re:Vaginas on /. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645524)

stimulating the area between your balls and asshole makes your orgasm a lot more powerful. It's even possible to come just by stimulating that area, without touching your dick (I've done it).

I laugh at the ones who modded this up and missed this little gem.

It's a good lesson for all the new mods - just because a post is first or long doesn't mean it's good. Or in this case, doesn't make you wish you hadn't read it!

Re:Vaginas on /. (3, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645570)

    I have to post AC on this one..

    Here's a map [blogsome.com] for those who don't know. :)

    TFA is a piece of crap story. It's very small on some women, but I've always managed to find it. Any women who haven't had it explored, drop me a line. :)

    It does exist on both men and women. It can also be slightly manipulated from the outside.

    On women from inside, touching towards the abdomen, you will feel a spongy area. Just up (towards her head) from there is it. It's not in exactly the same place on everyone, but it's there. Every woman is a bit different on how manipulating it feels best for them too. Experiment, and learn what your lover is telling you.

    You can manipulate it from outside too. Basically, pressure on the abdomen, just above the pubic bone, curling your fingers down (towards her feet) slightly.

    The combination of those will drive her wild. With enough practice, you can hit it right off every time. After a few demonstrations, even the threat of it can drive her to an orgasm. :) The combination works much better on skinny women. The external stimulus simply doesn't work well through layers of fat. (no offense to large women, just the facts)

    The g-spot can be reached from the rectum also, but there is more stuff in the way. Some women like it that way though.

    As for fingers in my rectum.. Well.. I'd prefer that be left alone. I'm perfectly content having orgasms without anything in my ass.

Re:Vaginas on /. (0, Troll)

Ethanol-fueled (1125189) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645644)

Speaking from personal experience as one of the few men on slashdot who's been laid, the G-spot is totally bogus.

However -- there is a hot-button place which is guaranteed to get her off: her anterior and posterior fornices (singlular fornix). Picture. [wikimedia.org] My foolproof technique is to "pinch" the sides of the cervix with my two fingers and then slide the "pinch" forwards and backwards around her cervix so that my fingertips meet in the "front" and the "back while stimulating the anterior and posterior fornices. Kinda hard to describe.

Women frequently complain that messing with the cervix is uncomfortable. DUH, the cervix is a hard "button". You need to get to the soft, sensitive "cul de sac" surrounding the base of the cervix. It can be hard to do with a penis, penises tend to be bigger and dumber than fingers are.

Even with your fingers it can be tough. You may not even be able to reach the fornix if your woman has a deep vagina. Also, don't neglect the clitoris. It is not just that little nub, the clit is a series of expansive bulbs which almost envelops the vagina itself.

best of luck. You can do it. Use the force.

MOD PARENT -=[DOWN]=- (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645696)

Ethanol, trolling yet again? I'm sick and tired of your antics and will follow you until you change. Amen.

Re:Vaginas on /. (1)

CrzyMiky (1713122) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645730)

I am truly amazed this is on /. .. however.. as well as being a geek, I have studied human sexuality for many years. There are many practices that recognize the 'G' spot in females. It is EASILY felt with ones finger in the upper wall of the vagina, as a slightly more dense, raised portion. GUYS: try massaging this area, and THEN have your lady tell you she has no Gspot. Yes, I am a man, and Im not gay.. but I AM a master of the Tao, and Native American Sensuality. The ignorance of some studies amazes me. CrzyMiky

Placebo effect is just fine thanks (0, Troll)

assemblerex (1275164) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645164)

Anything that convinces a woman she can enjoy sex is a good thing. They have a hard enough time dealing with religious guilt / social mores.

Re:Placebo effect is just fine thanks (5, Funny)

Serenissima (1210562) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645344)

And their weight, and their hair, and if their "sexy clothes" really look sexy, and their breath, and your breath, and their THIS, and their THAT, etc, etc, etc, etc....

It's amazing how much crap is going on in their heads during sex.

Re:Placebo effect is just fine thanks (1)

sopssa (1498795) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645454)

I don't think they're really thinking about all that during sex, at least if they don't have some kind of a problem. Most are just relaxed and go for it, in a relationship at least. Of course, it's a different matter if its really bad sex..

Re:Placebo effect is just fine thanks (4, Funny)

DoofusOfDeath (636671) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645772)

It's amazing how much crap is going on in their heads during sex.

Sure, but to be fair, compared to our minds during sex, a pet rock has more going on mentally.

Re:Placebo effect is just fine thanks (0, Troll)

geekmux (1040042) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645594)

Anything that convinces a woman she can enjoy sex is a good thing. They have a hard enough time dealing with religious guilt / social mores.

So, tell me, how is 1948? It's been so long since anyone last visited...

Seriously man, give me a break. Morals went out the window about 2 generations ago. With 12-year olds experimenting with oral and anal sex as a "safe" alternative these days, along with the Internet feeding those wicked desires to show off to the world, I'd say that old-school mentality on this topic is pretty much toast.

Not to mention the way that Hollywood has pretty much shit on the entire aspect of Marriage with their here-today-gone-tomorrow mentality of a once-sacred bond, completely disrespecting it, and championing the divorce rate. That in itself utterly disgusts me to the point of suggesting a law that states that both parties lose all financial stake should they choose to divorce, with the funds being dispersed to various charities.

Of course, Bill "Cigar" Clinton didn't help matters much either with his antics and subsequent representation after the fact, which can tend to influence an entire generation as well.

Re:Placebo effect is just fine thanks (1)

Damek (515688) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645810)

So do boys! As a boy myself, I wish more boys & girls would read stuff like "Yes Means Yes" ... jesu christu why is it so hard for human beings to treat each other like human beings and enjoy themselves and each other! I hate "wester society" (for lack of a better umbrella term).

I'm confused (3, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645194)

Is this article on slashdot for the three of us women? Or are there more women lurking than we knew about?

Re:I'm confused (5, Funny)

Locke2005 (849178) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645310)

Is this article on slashdot for the three of us women? I've got news for you... the other two are just pretending to be women!

Slashdot agrees... (5, Funny)

Sepiraph (1162995) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645208)

As most of slashdoters have not seen the G-spot either.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645256)

Well being I haven't inserted the head on my shoulders into a vagina lately I would have to agree.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (5, Funny)

sgage (109086) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645444)

So this lady goes to the drugstore and tells the pharmacist guy there that her husband has dandruff, and what can she do about it. He says "give him some Head and Shoulders". She thinks for a second and says "how do you give shoulder"?

Bada-bing.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (1)

Red Flayer (890720) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645698)

Well being I haven't inserted the head on my shoulders into a vagina lately I would have to agree.

That's ridiculous, we're nerds here. We have and use technology to our benefit. There's no reason* a slashdotter should not be able to rig up a camera at the end of a flexible stick for this observation attempt. You can probably buy an off-the-shelf product that would make the observation trivial.

Really, what sort of luddite would require direct physical observation for something like this?

*Other than finding a willing partner, of course. And no, robot girlfriends don't count.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (1)

sopssa (1498795) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645314)

I don't usually put my head inside a vagina, but maybe it's just me.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645556)

I don't usually put my head inside a vagina, but maybe it's just time

FTFY. Or FTFM anyway ;-)

Re:Slashdot agrees... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645754)

Your not supposed to use the head with the eyes, ears, nose, and mouth on it. Use the other one....

Re:Slashdot agrees... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645358)

Wait what?.. Oh I get it! Everyone who reads slashdot is a nerd, therefore socially retarded and doesn't have a girlfriend. AHAHAHA dude nice joke, reminds me of my highschool days.

Re:Slashdot agrees... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645538)

Dude!!!11!! Are you kidding me? Why else do you think this was published on /. anyway? let all the nerd/basement jokes begin.

K, what? (4, Interesting)

stonecypher (118140) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645212)

There's a large, easily felt physical outcropping which is one of several significant stimulus points. Maybe it's not the grafenberg spot, but it's what we think of when we hear g-spot.

There's a reason that people believe in this thing, ask for it to be stimulated on certain moods, et cetera.

Re:K, what? (1)

Monkeedude1212 (1560403) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645458)

Yeah I'm not sure if thats what Grafenberg was talking about, but you can definately feel it.

Psychological or not, the spot is there, and it's not guaranteed to stimulate every single woman.

Just like some girls like a little tug on the hair, others don't. Some people enjoy choking, others don't. Maybe not every girl likes their G Spot being touched. I knew a girl who didn't like me playing with the clit because it was too sensative, it was so good it hurt.

To say "The spot isn't there" is kind of like saying my elbow doesn't exist. It's a ridiculous claim, its merely a physical spot.

Now - whether I get amazingly aroused or not when you rub my elbow is an entirely different study.

Re:K, what? Bad Methodology (4, Informative)

b4dc0d3r (1268512) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645672)

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.

So this study is about whether identical twins both self-report the same data. It's possibly a badly executed study on genetics, but it certainly does not study what the headline says.

In a different study, the spot was found during physical examination, and reportedly can be increased in size through vigorous stimulation. I know, citation needed, but I remember facts better than URLs.

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

No, the idea of whether you have one is subjective. Whether you actually have one should be as subjective as whether you have a femur.

Dr Petra Boynton, a sexual psychologist at University College London, said: "It's fine to go looking for the G-spot but do not worry if you don't find it. It should not be the only focus. Everyone is different."

Sounds reasonable...

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.

Sounds like actual evidence...

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

Sounds speculative.

Re:K, what? Bad Methodology (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645786)

edit, should be: No, the idea of whether you think you have one is subjective. Whether you actually have one should be as subjective as whether you have a femur.

Which is to say, it pretty much requires a physical examination, and preferably should include something like the eye doctor saying "Is this better, or worse? How about now?"

[Smirk] (2, Funny)

smitty777 (1612557) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645226)

Good thing we on Slashdot found out about this. Now all of us experts on this topic can go back to our normal lives now that we know why that one wasn't working. [/smirk]

I know where my wifes g-spot is (5, Funny)

Jailbrekr (73837) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645242)

It is in my back right pocket, shaped suspiciously like my wallet.

Re:I know where my wifes g-spot is (5, Funny)

maxume (22995) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645656)

And I suppose she carries your balls around in her purse?

Re:I know where my wifes g-spot is (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645812)

I agree, I look forward to old age, I'm going to try to look like Ben Franklin. His picture makes my wife HOT. I wiggle his picture in front of her, she jumps like fat kid -> cupcake.

This is science? (5, Funny)

Mongoose Disciple (722373) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645262)

The dumb thing about this study is that they ask women if they have a G-spot.

Shit, with that methodology and the right sample population I can prove that men don't have prostate glands or spleens.

Re:This is science? (1)

pak9rabid (1011935) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645340)

The dumb thing about this study is that they ask women if they have a G-spot.

Shit, with that methodology and the right sample population I can prove that men don't have prostate glands or spleens.

...and that women are good drivers ;)

What?! (5, Funny)

Das Auge (597142) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645346)

They asked? That's it?

*sigh*

For a minute there, I thought I'd found my new dream job. "Now, tell me if this makes you have an orgasm. Don't worry, it's for science."

Re:This is science? (5, Funny)

Verdatum (1257828) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645366)

"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."

STAND BACK! I'M GOING TO TRY PSEUDOSCIENCE!

Re:This is science? (5, Funny)

sopssa (1498795) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645502)

If it gets you 900 twins to test for if they have a g-spot, and you will personally conduct that test, the plan is perfect.

Re:This is science? (1)

wizardforce (1005805) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645430)

Well if they don't know that they have one, what exactly is the point? Of course it would probably be more accurate to ascertain whether or not there is a denser collection of nerves in a certain place on their anatomy but I'd guess that dissection isn't popular with living subjects...

Re:This is science? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645652)

How would we know that dissection isn't popular with living subjects? I think that is called vivisection.

What about alien autopsies? Maybe we can ask aliens. Oh wait, perhaps they don't exist, like the G-Spot. Maybe we can ask the US government if aliens exist.

Re:This is science? (1)

hduff (570443) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645448)

The dumb thing about this study is that they ask women if they have a G-spot.

Shit, with that methodology and the right sample population I can prove that men don't have prostate glands or spleens.

Men aren't aware of prostate glands until they are in their 40's and they need to pee 30 times a day. They then bow to Lord Flowmax in humble gratitude.

Re:This is science? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645714)

And for undiluted and unbiased results they asked 1800 virgins...

I'd like to try my own method for finding out their G-spot but that's another topic altogether... and I have a preference for MILF meat, yarr.

Hillariously Flawed Study (4, Insightful)

Idimmu Xul (204345) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645308)

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.

Fantastic methodology there! We won't actually study the person, we'll just ask them! What an awesome popularity contest.

In other news God does exist, 10/10 Christians guarantee it!

Re:Hillariously Flawed Study (1)

dan828 (753380) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645368)

Well, maybe we can find some funds from the stimulus bill to do the actual "hands on" research.

Re:Hillariously Flawed Study (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645418)

I see what you did there...

Re:Hillariously Flawed Study (1)

sopssa (1498795) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645380)

How do you study 1,800 women if they have a spot thats not visible? Of course, there's the fun solution, but 1,800 women is still going to take some time, and you have to actually learn where the spot is before.

That's not the only flaw (3, Insightful)

BoxedFlame (231097) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645450)

Drawing the conclusion that there is no G-spot because it isn't _genetically_ determined is ludicrous. It's like saying humans don't have fingerprints because identical twins have different patterns.

Re:Hillariously Flawed Study (5, Insightful)

A beautiful mind (821714) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645490)

Fantastic methodology there! We won't actually study the person, we'll just ask them! What an awesome popularity contest.

They didn't just merely ask them, they asked identical twins and used the twins as controls of what the other had said. What they basically determined is that for a phenomena that is supposed to be a sensory experience - an orgasm inducing spot - the identical twins couldn't agree (from the cases where both of them said they have a g-spot) where that spot actually is, supporting the notion that it doesn't exist in the first place.

If my girl thinks it exists (1)

ifwm (687373) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645360)

And she thinks I can find it, then who cares what anyone else thinks?

Even if it's bullshit, who is getting hurt here?

Oh right, this is where people chime in with "what about people who are making themselves miserable trying to find it", as if those people actually exist...

New Research Suggests Slashdot (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645362)

is finally running out of lame stories to copy from other URLs.

Fuck you. [youtube.com]

Yours In Novosibirsk,
Kilgore Trout

Ridiculous (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645370)

I found my girlfriend's while in college. While stimulating her manually once, I started to keep track. She had 54 orgasms in a row. I was ready for some more, but, after about a half hour of it, she was worn out.

Re:Ridiculous (1)

ChipMonk (711367) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645664)

You knew Julie too? Wow, I only got 50 from her.

More on-topic: After learning how to find the G-spot (thanks Julie!), I have never had difficulty finding it on any other woman. That includes two who were convinced they had no G-spot.

This "study" is bunk.

It most certainly is not a myth. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645372)

Repeated direct observation has utterly convinced me that there is both something in the area of the spot in question, and that it can lead to female ejaculation.

Been on FARK (1)

hduff (570443) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645388)

And talked to death there . . .

Most Slashdotters think a Vagina is that blurred area over the crotch in pictures of the only naked women they've ever seen.

Re:Been on FARK (1)

wizardforce (1005805) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645604)

Oh I'm pretty sure most slashdotters are familar with porn... it's the living, breathing female girlfriends that are largely in uncharted waters. I suspect that many slashdotters would prefer a generalization of what works for females (g-spot) rather than each female be different and thus more of a social challenge for them.

What is the definition of the G-spot anyway? (1)

BoxedFlame (231097) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645392)

If it's just "some area inside the vagina that is more sensitive than the rest" then just by the uneven expression of genes is almost HAS to exist. If you define it as "some area inside _all_ vaginas that will _always_ produce an orgasm is stimulated" then by definition it does not exist.

But of course, this is probably just the normal case of media misrepresenting the findings.

seriously, lacks intelligence (1)

hesaigo999ca (786966) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645402)

If I knew this was a study to absolutely find proof that it exists, I would ask ALL women that have g spots to come forward, and of these I would pick 1000 ( atleast 10% will be enough to get what I need)). Then I would start by going in with a camera to pin point the exact location and type of tissue that the gspot is composed of....as I am sure it would be slightly different then the rest, as to allow a better stimulation.

Next I would then map out the exact production of ??? hormone that is released from this area or secretion, I am not sure what it is called (placenta...? yuk) I would then use this to help me promote the finding of the gspot in women that could not have gspot orgasm, or normal women, (90%)

I would then ask another 1000 candidates to come forward for testing to help find the gspot, this would entail possible stimulation and multi orgasm... as I would be relentless in finding that damn gspot.

After sending in the camera to find similar tissues, which might be present in enough of 10% (100) cases...then I would proceed to stimulate the area until the area secreted that placenta like liquid that so many women can squirt while filming those p0rnos.

As for the rest of the story, well I am sure you can figure it out. I am not a doctor, and yet I can easily find the best way to get proof of the gspot. I know it exists myself, so I can assure you that this method would probably work....except I dont need reassurance....I get enough of that when I have to change the bedsheets.

And as for the dorks who try to sell you on the fact that it does not exists, well, they could not find it, and they never will....it hides from those not worthy. I have seen the holy grail, and felt its wetly presence and can speak from experience, it does exist.

So when you are hungry for a drink, and too tired to get up during the middle of the night, you can always go under the covers for a refreshing beverage as this is exactly what the gspot is for!

  nuff said

My Wife Thinks it Exists (5, Insightful)

Vornzog (409419) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645404)

My wife claims she notices three distinctly different kinds of orgasms - clit, g-spot, and a more nebulous 'vaginal' one. She never had an orgasm until I figured out where her supposedly non-existent g-spot is - that opened the flood gates to a whole bunch of really good sex.

Does the g-spot exist? Who cares. Something in the general vicinity of where my wife thinks her g-spot is can be stimulated to bring her to orgasm. Happy wife -> more sex -> happy me!

Re:My Wife Thinks it Exists (4, Informative)

EatHam (597465) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645794)

She never had an orgasm until I figured out where her supposedly non-existent g-spot is

Yes she did.

Really on Slashdot? (2, Funny)

Rogue974 (657982) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645414)

Come on, we are supposed to have a meaningful discussion about this here? Let me sum up all the comments that are forth coming. Jokes about /.ers not being able to get out of the basement to get a girl let alone knwoing about their G-Spot. The 3 women on slashdot offering their opinion, which will lead to a bunch of /.ers being surprised that there are women on /. Comments about how we welcome our new G-spot overlords. Yes, it makes no sense but most reading this are saying, woman, what is that? G-Spot, what is that...must be some new kind of fembot, cue the overlord jokes. Imagine a Beowoulf Cluster of these.... The person always complaining about how /. sucks now and how this is not new about something tech related Someone correcting my grammar/spelling mistakes followed by someong correcting their and a spiral for the grammar/spelling Nazis...Jsut for those people in case I don't have enough, I is not bengi thiking that yous peopel is being knwoing Engrish prperly, not like it maters anyway on a plaec of blogging. The few /.ers who claim to have dated women and know where the G-Spot is and are trying to prove they are a man here on /. I think I about covered it all...next topic...please. ;)

Re:Really on Slashdot? (1)

gstoddart (321705) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645638)

Let me sum up all the comments that are forth coming

Don't forget the guy who enumerates the kind of posts we can expect to see in this story to lump everyone into one of a list and decide that the discussion is over.

Oh, you forgot "Soviet Russia" jokes and your spelling got worse as you whipped yourself into a lather, so count me in as one of the grammar Nazis. :-P

Throw in some MS bashing, blaming everything on RMS, and invoking Godwin, and we'll be almost done. ;-)

Cheers

I'll try to be diplomatic about this... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645416)

In my, er, sample of practical application... they do.

Anonymous Coward (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645424)

their hearts must *not* be *truly* klingon.

Rim Shot! (2, Funny)

AmigaHeretic (991368) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645452)

Q: How do you spell clitoris?"

A: I don't know, but I had it on the tip of my tongue just a moment ago.

Re:Rim Shot! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645704)

The same could be said for rim shots.

Does it matter? (1)

Max Romantschuk (132276) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645478)

I'm going to claim it's irrelevant if there is such a thing as a g-spot physically. If your partner has a specific spot (in addition to the clitoris) in her genitals which by the way of stimulation induces a torrent of orgasms we might as well call it a g-spot. The single most important "sex organ" is the human brain anyway, does it matter exactly how something works if it works?

Granted, it's nice to understand stuff scientifically and all. But in my experience sex it more of an art than science... ;)

Doesn't matter (1)

paiute (550198) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645480)

Who cares if it exists or not? I find that if I search for it vigorously with fingers, tongue, and penis, she gets the desired result.

The existence of the G-spot for /.'ers ... (1)

JoeGee (85189) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645482)

It's like reporting on the flavor of turkey in a Vegan magazine, or presenting a paper on the physical evidence for unicorns for peer review by Nature.

Apparently my girlfriend is faking it (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645498)

... because otherwise she would *never* have those orgasms when I finger inside her around that one particular area --- not to mention those instances when she gets herself off.

Belief in the G-Spot is dying... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645508)

Netcraft confirms it.

Had to say it ... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645520)

"That's what SHE said!"

Slashdot close to home... (5, Funny)

AmigaHeretic (991368) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645544)

HUSBAND: Shall we try a different position tonight?

WIFE: That's a good idea.... you stand by the ironing board while I sit at the computer and fart all night.

Shhhhhhhh! (5, Funny)

Locke2005 (849178) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645634)

I've just managed to convince my wife that her "g-spot" is actually located in her throat -- don't ruin this for me!

Re:Shhhhhhhh! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645788)

i think I saw a movie about the exact same thing; but that was a while ago

All of you are missing the point.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30645706)

The existence of such a thing is irrelevant. The intimate and passionate search for your partners ecstasy in its varied and wondrous versions, is by itself purpose enough. Just as I do not pray to find the existence or location God on Google Maps, I pray so I may become closer to my relationship to God.
If all men/women spent time discovering every inch of the person they love a map of O' spots would be irrelevant. Each person is different and they change over time. Constant renewal of discovery it critical to the love life.

Married 23 years and still learning.

Useless Study (1)

rcolbert (1631881) | more than 4 years ago | (#30645792)

It's incomprehensible that the question is even contemplated 'does it exist?' - Of course it does. However, the 'where' is the easiest part of the equation. The more important questions of 'when to start looking for it' and 'what to do when you locate it' are never even mentioned in passing.
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