The G-Spot and other myths about sex
The mythical G-Spot, an erogenous zone in the vagina which when stimulatedcan lead to powerful orgasms, has been a matter of some debate with men andwomen for the 60 years since German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberghypothesized about it. However, a recent study of 1,800 British women by King'sCollege London has raised serious doubts about it existence. The research wasconducted on pairs of identical twins between the ages of 23 and 83 and,because identical twins have the same genes, it was expected to show that if theG-Spot existed both sisters would have one. Which it didn't. 'This is by far thebiggest study ever carried out and it shows fairly conclusively that the idea of aG-spot is subjective,' co-author of the study and professor of geneticepidemiology Tim Spector, told press.