Does it really exist?

EnChAnTiNg EnChAnTiNg
As I was scrolling through the AOL news the other day, I came across a news story regarding a woman's g-spot. The article stated that after many years of research, scientists have ruled that there is in fact no g-spot. They stated that women who are able to achieve penetrating orgasms have an extension of their clitoris, which extends into the vaginal wall a bit (which they stated was completely normal). So, what are your thoughts on this?

(I'm sure if you google this topic you will find the article, I would it on AOL.com)
01/26/2012
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Were the scientists guys?
01/26/2012
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Their study is obsolete. There are studies of brain scans that prove that G-spot orgasms and clitoral orgasms come from different nerve bundles. (These scientists must have very sad wives.)
01/26/2012
Elnoa Elnoa
I think the problem is whether we are looking for a "button" (as I think most people are) or a combination of different tissues and nerves that intersect in a convenient spot.

If you're still looking for a button, you ain't gonna' find it.
01/27/2012
AndroAngel AndroAngel
link

There's the article about the brain scans.
01/28/2012
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
Were the scientists guys?
LOL!
01/28/2012
Badass Badass
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Originally posted by EnChAnTiNg
As I was scrolling through the AOL news the other day, I came across a news story regarding a woman's g-spot. The article stated that after many years of research, scientists have ruled that there is in fact no g-spot. They stated that women ... More
LMFAO. I will try to tell my gspot it doesnt exist another day, today im loving it.
01/30/2012
EnChAnTiNg EnChAnTiNg
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
Were the scientists guys?
LOL.. yes they were!
01/30/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
I've read something similar, where the author stated that there was no g-spot, just an extension of the clitoris. From how my wife reacts, I think there's a G-Spot. Some more "in the field" research is needed I think.
01/30/2012
Elnoa Elnoa
Ok, I don't get it. How are "an extension of the clitoris" and "g-spot" mutually exclusive? Why the argument? Why can't one equal the other?
01/30/2012
Chirple Chirple
Yeah, I never understood that argument either. Even if the g-spot was/is largely/somewhat/entir ely an extension of the clitoris... so what ? It's still there.
01/30/2012
Jesse-in-TX Jesse-in-TX
I have read a few articles in the past, with diagrams. Most of the past research seems to agree in the location and the presence of the g-spot.
I myself wouldn't know, being a guy, but I can tell you that my experience tells me there is definitely something there....whether it be a g-spot or clitoral extension, there is something to it either way.
01/31/2012
PeachieClean PeachieClean
Yeah... Those scientists are... Stupid. They should have just explained the G-spot as the extension and left it as that. Though, I suppose it has less kick than "YOU HAVE NO G-SPOT!".
01/31/2012
Ahatmadeofshoes12 Ahatmadeofshoes12
These articles are technically correct but they grossly misunderstand the nature of the g-spot. Yes it is true that the g-spot is not a distinct organ and there is not specific organ called the g-spot that is responsible for these intense ejaculatory orgasms. What the g-spot is, is a general term for a region of vaginal tissue directly posterior to the urethral sponge. The g-spot is just the vernacular term for the area you stimulate to reach the urethral sponge. The urethral sponge (female prostate) is the source of the ejaculate while the internal root of the clitoris is the source of the orgasm.
02/02/2012
oneeyedoctopus oneeyedoctopus
I have an erogenous zone in the anterior wall on my vagina which responds well to pressure and stroking. This is what people mean when the say g-spot and I know I've got one. But it's different for different women. It's pretty amazing how much variation there is in womens' genitals and in the stimulation they prefer.
02/09/2012
voenne voenne
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
Were the scientists guys?
Haha! I wouldn't doubt it.
02/09/2012
Do emu Do emu
I personally believe its just an extension of the clitoris, as I feel little to no pleasure when it's stimulated unless it's combined with clitoral stimulation, but it's much stronger than just clitoral stimulation alone.
05/18/2012
Gr8pumpkin Gr8pumpkin
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Originally posted by Do emu
I personally believe its just an extension of the clitoris, as I feel little to no pleasure when it's stimulated unless it's combined with clitoral stimulation, but it's much stronger than just clitoral stimulation alone.
So cares what it is called anyway ? You could call it a Z -spot or magic carpet for all I care, I know there IS an area inside my lovely wife's vagina that definitely feels different than the surrounding tissues. And, when I stroke it during oral sex, I can send her off on a wonderful climax, stronger than if I do not touch her there. I think people over think this issue, just call it what you want and enjoy it.
06/04/2013
konicaguy konicaguy
My wife DEFINITELY has a g-spot, and she loves every time I stroke it for her!
10/19/2013
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