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The infamous G-Spot missing in action


In Summertime       

by Eliseu Visconti  1891



Female orgasm,

divine inspiration

and the 

infamous G-spot


December 26th, 2008

Female orgasm is 

probably one of the 

most mysterious 

phenomena in 

the world. 

There is very little precise 

knowledge about this phenomenon, 

some people hardly believe in it, 

although they do think that 

one needs to talk about it. 

Female orgasm is 

like the divine afflation – 

it is different and unique 

every time and all the time.

Some think that the clitoris is the most important organ in the process of achieving female orgasm, 

whereas others prefer to point out the importance of the vagina, or even both. 

Another theory says that female orgasm is a pure myth, which party girls made up to steal other women’s husbands. 

Some may even say that sex life is led for conscience, 

not for happiness, 

because women must always please their men and give birth to their children.



A Temple Of Love

by Auguste Rodin

The state of affairs with male orgasm is simple: 

relatively long frictions result in a small explosion and a little bit of moaning and panting, 

and it is pretty much it. 

A man ejaculates a substance, which incarnates the triumph of the materialistic philosophy over the idealistic philosophy: 

there is no God, 

“a spark will kindle a flame” 

if no contraception is used.

A clear definition of female orgasm 

can not be found in any encyclopedic 

or medical books. 

They will only attack you with such phrases as 

“a complicated sequence of actions,” 

“the climax of sensual feeling,” 

“neurophysiological reactions,” 

“the feeling of deep sexual satisfaction” 

and so on and so forth.


The Favourite Poet

by Sir Lawrence
Alma-Tadema   1888


There are classifications 

of female orgasm in modern science, 

of course –

 the vaginal, the clitoral 

and the uterine orgasm.

Many women acknowledge that the vaginal orgasm, 

which they can achieve with the help of a skilful male organ of adequate size and appropriate erection, 

is the most sensual orgasm among all of the above-mentioned types. 

It may last for a minute, 

but this minute may seem 

to be eternal at times.

The G-spot, 

the talk of the town, 

is a certain accumulation of 

mysterious cells between the 

urethra and the anterior wall 

of the vagina. 

The spot was discovered by Ernst Grafenberg in 1950. 

The scientist introduced the so-called female ejaculation to the world, which, 

as he said, may appear upon the stimulation of the spot, 

the G-spot 

(named in discoverer’s honor).


Jupiter And Kallisto

by Francis Boucher   1744


According to Grafenberg, 

one needs to insert two fingers in the vagina 

(fingertips turned upwards) 

and move them around. 

The G-zone feels a little 

rougher than the surrounding tissue. 

It engorges, swells up, 

releases a portion of liquid substance during 

“ejaculation” and becomes rough again. 

This is the moment, 

Grafenberg believed, 

when a woman orgasms.

An Al-Fresco Toilet

by Luke Fildes    1889



Scientists made little account of the discovery, they needed facts. 

It goes without saying that scientists can be very meticulous when it comes to something important. 

They need to see and calculate everything. 

However, it is never possible to calculate and see anything about orgasm.

Emmanuele Jannini of the University of L’Aquila conducted a small experiment, 

in which he proved that only the proud owners of G-spot could enjoy the vaginal orgasm. 

Thirty women participated in Jannini’s research, 

but the spot was found with only eight of them. 

The research thus explained that many women would never find their G-sports because not all women have them.

The Song

by Francis Coates Jones   1905



Does the research suggest that 22 other women of the test group never have orgasms? 

According to Emmanuele Jannini, a woman’s ability to experience orgasm can be determined through a simple and inexpensive procedure. 

Those women, who do not have any visible attributes of the G-spot, 

can not experience the vaginal orgasm, 

the Italian researcher concluded. 

If it is true, 

it means that 73.33 percent of 

women living on the planet are frigid, 

which would obviously be a 

ridiculous statement to make.


the G-spot fantasy 

is not important. 

Sex life is like sports: 

practice makes perfect.


In Bed

by Henri de
Toulouse-Lautrec   1892


The G-spot

is a fantasy‘:

That elusive


zone does

not exist,



By Daniel Martin

____January 4th, 2009


What an anti-climax



You can call off the search,

chaps –

the G-spot may

not exist after all.

Researchers who studied 1,800

women have found no evidence

of the female erogenous zone.



They believe that it may be

a figment of women’s imagination,

encouraged by magazines

and sex therapists.

They add that the ‘myth’ has

made many men and women feel

inadequate about their sex lives.

The G-spot is supposed to be

a small area of the female body

where nerve endings

are concentrated.

If activated by a sexual partner,

it is supposed to give supreme

sexual pleasure.

Sex therapists have made careers

out of telling women they can boost

their G-spot through diet or exercise.

But the study of British women

at King’s College London has cast

doubt on the science behind it.



Co-author Tim Spector,

professor of genetic epidemiology,


‘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 it shows fairly

conclusively that the idea of a

G-spot is subjective.’

Andrea Burri,

the other author,

said she was concerned that

women who feared they lacked

a G-spot were suffering from

feelings of

‘inadequacy or underachievement’.

She said:

‘It is rather irresponsible to claim

the existence of an entity that has

never been proven and

pressurise women –

and men too.’



In the study,

1,804 women aged between 23

and 83 filled in questionnaires.

All were pairs of identical

or non-identical twins.

If a G-spot did exist,

it would be expected that

both identical twins,

who have the same genes,

would report having one.




But in cases where one twin

reported having the zone,

the scientists found that no

pattern emerged of the other

one having it.

In fact,

identical twins were no more

likely to share a G-spot than

non-identical twins,

who only share half their genes.

Some 56 per cent of women

said they had a G-spot,

but they tended to be younger

and more sexually active.




Gedis Grudzinskas,

consultant gynaecologist

at London Bridge Hospital,


‘I think this study proves the

difference between popular

science and biological or

anatomical science.’

The idea of the G-spot was

popularised by sexologist

Professor Beverly Whipple

of Rutgers University in

New Jersey in 1981.



It was named in honour of

German gynaecologist Ernst

Grafenberg who claimed to

have discovered the

erogenous zone in 1950.



Professor Whipple says she

found G-spots in a study

of 400 women,

and described the new British

study as ‘flawed’. 

She said it did not look at

lesbians and failed to take

into account the prowess

of different men.

She said:

‘The biggest problem with the

findings is that twins don’t

generally have the same

sexual partner.’ 

The British study will be

published in the Journal

of Sexual Medicine this week.


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