Gspot, gspot, G-Spot, or G-spot? (Aspot, aspot, A-Spot, or A-spot)

Gspot, gspot, G-Spot, or G-spot? (Aspot, aspot, A-Spot, or A-spot)

El-Jaro El-Jaro
Which looks better to you? Which one do you think is more correct?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Gspot and Aspot ..
gspot and aspot.
G-Spot and A-Spot..
3  (3%)
G-spot and A-spot.
83  (97%)
Total votes: 86
Poll is closed
09/29/2010
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Rockin' Rockin'
I alternate between G-spot and g-spot. I fully support the hyphen, but am flexible on capitalization.
09/29/2010
Jul!a Jul!a
Quote:
Originally posted by Rockin'
I alternate between G-spot and g-spot. I fully support the hyphen, but am flexible on capitalization.
Same here. Although I'm guilty of sometimes not using the hyphen at all, but in those cases I still use a space, so it's not one word.
09/29/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I think that if you skip a hyphen, a space is totally required.

(FYI: When I put the poll together, I had to put in periods because the system doesn't differentiate lower case and upper case)
09/29/2010
mllebeauty mllebeauty
I go back and forth between hyphenating and not hyphenating, but I always make it two words. I can be lazy.
09/29/2010
Alicia Alicia
I think I've used both g-spot and g spot, but normally I do g-spot. I don't think I usually capitalize it, though it's possible I do and jsut don't think about it... but I don't think I've written gspot becuase that just seems like it should be pronunced gispot...which is weird..
09/29/2010
Lady Venus Lady Venus
Quote:
Originally posted by Rockin'
I alternate between G-spot and g-spot. I fully support the hyphen, but am flexible on capitalization.
same here!
09/29/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I like the capital G & A - after all they are both a pretty big deal for many!
09/29/2010
Sammi Sammi
I capitalize the g/a if it's at the beginning of a sentence - otherwise I think I usually leave both the g/a lowercase. But I am going to have to go look and see - I suspect I'm not consistent except for the hyphen
09/29/2010
Love Buzz Love Buzz
I'm all for G-Spot or G Spot, but I also love to add Capital letters in odd Places too
09/29/2010
clp clp
Seeing all of those stacked hurts my eyes.
I'm withya on the G-spot/g-spot.
09/29/2010
iceman681 iceman681
ok i bet im going to feel stupid by asking, whats an A-spot?
09/30/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by iceman681
ok i bet im going to feel stupid by asking, whats an A-spot?
Anterior fornix erogenous zone sometimes thought of as the deep g-spot.

The fornix is where the vagina and cervix come together - anterior means the front - abdomen facing. Stimulating the area is known to significantly increase natural lubrication and may play a major role in female ejaculation.

My wife loves me to stimulate this area - but she has to be very turned on for it feel good. The more excited she gets the more her vagina elongates - that's when she'll start pressing back into a dildos until it completely inside.

Wikipedia ref link there are many others - just Google it
09/30/2010
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix erogenous zone is not named for a person so the correct short form would be a-spot, with no capitalization.

The same goes for p-spot.
09/30/2010
Riccio Riccio
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
Thank you, Laurel; I agree.
09/30/2010
Rockin' Rockin'
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
Oooh! I concur with this reasoning. *edits her Review Style Guide*
09/30/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
Thanks for this info!
09/30/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
But at the same time it is a partial acronym, and the convention is to capitalize acronyms.

Therefore G-spot, A-spot. P-spot.
09/30/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
Thanks for the clarification!

I was looking at it the same way ScottA was.
09/30/2010
cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
Quote:
Originally posted by Rockin'
I alternate between G-spot and g-spot. I fully support the hyphen, but am flexible on capitalization.
+1. I also like to just say g spot sometimes
10/01/2010
gone77 gone77
I'm guilty of using both G-spot and G-Spot in the title of a review. I tend to use lowercase in other situations.
10/01/2010
sexyhellokitty sexyhellokitty
Quote:
Originally posted by gone77
I'm guilty of using both G-spot and G-Spot in the title of a review. I tend to use lowercase in other situations.
Me too!! I love them both.
10/01/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
It just bugs me when I see "gspot", "aspot", and "pspot".
10/01/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
It just bugs me when I see "gspot", "aspot", and "pspot".
That construction does interrupt flow.
10/01/2010
Bon Bon Bon Bon
Also a fan of the hyphen. Probably the English major in me.
10/05/2010
Lonewolf Lonewolf
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Which looks better to you? Which one do you think is more correct?
capitalization optional on all counts
10/12/2010
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
But at the same time it is a partial acronym, and the convention is to capitalize acronyms.

Therefore G-spot, A-spot. P-spot.
Ok - I can see that being a valid argument. I did not think of it in terms of acronyms.

As long as there is a conscious reason, based on some rule of standard English grammar, I can deal with variations. It's just the "rules of grammar are optional" attitude that disappoints me.

And of course Random usE capitOl Letters wheneVer thE MooD stiKes you makes me stabby.

STABBY! (it's not a knife, but it's the closest icon I have)
10/14/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by Lonewolf
capitalization optional on all counts
Respectfully 100% disagree, this isn't texting.
10/14/2010
Alicia Alicia
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Ok, I'm gonna be all technical and say that really, none of the choices in the poll are 100% correct.

G-spot is short for Gräfenberg Spot and is based on a proper name, so a capital letter should be used.

The anterior fornix ...
That's actually really interesting, and I now know that I have been doing it wrong!
10/14/2010
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Respectfully 100% disagree, this isn't texting.
While capitalization is in some ways arbitrary, it does help the reader as long as it is used consistently.
10/14/2010
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