Men who are struggling (and most often unsuccessfully) to find the G-spot in women now have a compelling excuse – scientists say that it … does not exist. New research has found no evidence that strong orgasms can be obtained by stimulating a small, sensitive area, as has been claimed for 70 years. German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg
in the middle of the last century, he was the first to suggest that the sexual pleasure of women increases due to the stimulation of nerve endings at a certain point. But his theory has been refuted by new research conducted by Turkish experts. Doctors say: there is no serious evidence that women have a small erogenous zone, a kind of “sex region”, the stimulation of which can lead to enchanting orgasms. Dr. Grafenberg , by the way, showed sufficient modesty and did not name a point in honor of himself, his beloved. This expression was coined by American sexologists in the 1980s and quickly became popular. The G-spot became a real “brand”, under which a variety of sex toys were sold and newfangled treatment methods were promoted.
But in a recent article that was published in the International Journal of Urogynecology , a team from Istanbul, Turkey said that “anatomical evidence for the existence of the G-spot” was “insufficient, superficial and weak.” Physicians “tested” 17 middle-aged women. Those who believe the G-spot is just a myth invented by competent marketers say that women feel embarrassed and insecure if they don’t find this notorious erogenous zone. A Cosmopolitan poll found that half of women get upset when they learn that others can orgasm in ways they can’t. It was also found that 22% of men said that finding the G-spot in a woman is their main goal during lovemaking. Several other large studies have also failed to obtain conclusive evidence for the existence of the G-spot. Scientist Barry Komisaruk of Rutgers University in New Jersey (USA), who conducted one study, said: “This is not the same as pressing an elevator button or light switch. … Believe me, the mechanism is more complicated here. ” Achieving orgasm can really be a daunting task, as sexologists say there are 11 different types of female orgasm at once . And if you are going to comprehend this science not only with a partner, but also, for example, in a vibrator, then here are 12 interesting facts about its history, application and impact on the world.