Chasing the Elusive G-Spot
A new study purports that the G-spot is detectable via ultrasound. As New Scientist reports, scans have detected clear anatomical differences between women who say they have vaginal orgasms and those who don’t. Meaning that it seems the G-spot could well be an actual physical thing—but not one all women have.
Only about 30 percent of women have orgasms through intercourse alone. Does this mean the G spot belongs to a lucky minority?
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