Scientist mines 16th century text for P-spot

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Everybody line up and get this straight. There's the C-spot. That's a given, right? The Clit. Then there's the G-spot. You know where that is, right? Upper wall of the vagina, a little way in. Spongy. Larger in some women than others. Now, how many of you know about the P-spot?
Ah ha! That's what we thought. Haven't you been reading your Ananga Ranga? Everyone should read the Ananga Ranga (Colors of Eroticism) in the original 16th-century Sanskrit. That way you'll find out about the Poornachandra Nadi. The P-spot is located beside the G-spot.