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Dream spot

Sigh.

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.

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pickwick
Jan. 4th, 2010 09:15 pm (UTC)
Heh, yeah, that makes sense. I think it's more sensitive when you're already aroused than when you're, eg, sitting in a lab with a scientist poking about, too :D
zotz
Jan. 4th, 2010 09:25 pm (UTC)
Oh, I don't know. There's nothing so odd someone won't find it a turn-on. I remember two friends of mine discussing their recent smear tests, for instance . . . although they were both very heavily into the medical thing. Very heavily into the medical thing.
luckykaa
Jan. 4th, 2010 10:52 pm (UTC)
I have no doubt there are more unusual fetishes than that. Still, you would have to have a reasonable number for this to affect the sample sufficiently. And some may well be aroused just by the scientist poking about.
zotz
Jan. 4th, 2010 11:29 pm (UTC)
Of course, if I were a curmudgeonly pedant I might point out that a preprint of the paper is available, but of course I'm really far too nice a person to go to those lengths.

Edited at 2010-01-04 11:29 pm (UTC)

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