Science Finds G-Spot Bogus

Like the quest for the golden city of El Dorado the 'G-Spot' has turned out to be a unicorn too.

Postulated first by Dr Grafenberg in 1950, the G-Spot was named for him - isn't that special?

The G-Spot was said to guarantee a female orgasm the problem being where the hell is it? It sounded to good to be true, and turns out, after decades of effort to verify and locate the mythical membrane, science now admits it's a hoax.

A study published by Dr Amichai Kilchevsky  in the Journal Of Sexual Medicine has concluded the G-Spot is dead. There's a Journal of Sexual Medicine? Wow. Do they have pictures in there?

From the Journal, 'Objective investigative measures have failed to provide strong and consistent evidence for the existence of an anatomical site that could be related to the famed G-spot.' Wonder if they checked for the 'little man in the boat'? Anything...

This is gonna collapse an entire industry of books, devices, cremes, and even yoga positions all based on the G-Spot dealie.

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