MEN who struggle to find a woman’s G-spot now have a rock-solid excuse — scientists say it does not exist.
A study found no evidence of powerful orgasms stimulated by a small sensitive region, as has been claimed for 70 years.
German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg was first to suggest a woman’s sexual pleasure increases thanks to a dense network of nerve endings.
But his theory was reportedly disproven by a new study of 17 middle-aged women.
It found no spots, but did identify a “fairly even distribution” of nerves.
Barry Komisaruk, from Rutgers University in New Jersey, said: “It’s not like pushing an elevator button or a light switch. It’s not a single thing.”
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Medics from Istanbul also claimed anatomical evidence for the presence of the G spot was “insufficient and weak”.
The study may be a relief for many.
One survey found 22 per cent of men felt finding it was the main aim during sex.
Source: | The sun