I agree with most of the article below, although there may be a sensitive area in the vagina, there is no evidence for a specific, distinct physical structure called the g-spot, is absolutely correct. Grafenberg (http://doctorg.com/site/the-role-of-urethra-in-female-orgasm) never made such a claim and was crystal clear that he was writing about the urethra and the Female Prostate, aka Skene’s glands, paraurethral glands, etc. – Gary Schubach, Ed.D., A.C.S.
Hitting the g spot
Sarah Vannier – Sex Columnist
Have you ever wondered how to find the g-spot? Well, I’m about to tell you! Sort of.
The g-spot is named after Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg, a German doctor credited with being the first to describe an especially sensitive area inside the vagina. The g-spot is often branded as the holy grail of female sexual pleasure. Supposedly, stimulating this magical area can cause earth-shattering orgasms, the oh-so-elusive vaginal orgasm, and, on occasion, female ejaculation.…….http://www.thebruns.ca/articles/52419