The G-spot 'doesn't appear to exist', say researchers.
Thanks for that, Tim and Andrea. You asking a few sets of twins questions totally invalidates millions of women's personal experiences.
(And now I sound like some sort of religious anti-scientist. But really.)
Andrea Burri, the other author, said she was concerned that women who feared they lacked a G-spot were suffering from feelings of 'inadequacy or underachievement'.
Can't exist, then.
I accidentally saw some of the Mail commenters' views on the matter, too.
Another lesbian myth shot down in flames.
I don't know which direction to get angry in first.