Jan 05, 2010, 04:53AM

Alright ladies, c'mon, just tell me where it is

A new study suggests that the g spot does not in fact exist. Much like that 2008 study that suggested it did -- only, you know, with different results. Dr. Petra Boynton gets to the bottom of it all.

The papers are full of a new survey of female twins that’s about to be published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. As part of a ‘debate issue’ on the g spot, this research by a team of UK scientists claims the g spot does not exist. Here’s a taster of some of the press coverage.


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