DOES THE G-SPOT RE­ALLY EX­IST?

SCI­EN­TISTS HAVE BEEN HARD AT WORK TO UN­DER­STAND THAT ELU­SIVE HUB OF FE­MALE PLEA­SURE FOR THE PAST SEVEN DECADES

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1950

First claim of an ero­to­genic zone on vagi­nal wall by gy­nae­col­o­gist E. Gräfen­berg. Ig­nored and mocked

1953

Vagi­nal walls have no sen­sa­tion, says Al­fred Kin­sey of Kin­sey Re­ports

1968-70

Er­ro­neous con­cept, say sex re­searchers Masters and John­sons

1976

For most women, vagi­nal orgasm does not work—The Hite Re­port

1982

The G Spot and Other Re­cent Dis­cov­er­ies About Hu­man Sex­u­al­ity by Perry, Whip­ple and Kahn an in­stant best­seller. New name, G-spot

1984

No such zone on the vagi­nal wall, re­port re­searchers Alzate and Lon­dono

2001

G-spot is a gy­nae­co­log­i­cal UFO, claim US psy­chol­o­gists

2008

Ital­ian sci­en­tists lo­cate G-spot in some women us­ing ul­tra­sound

2010

G-spot is a fig­ment of women’s imag­i­na­tions— Study of 1,800 women, at King’s Col­lege, Lon­don

2016

Not G-spot but three ar­eas—CUV (cli­toris, ure­thra and vagina)— share same nerves and stim­u­late each other dur­ing sex—Urol­o­gists, Royal Mel­bourne Hos­pi­tal

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