If you believe the screaming headlines this week, it turns out that after all these years — drumroll please — the G-spot does not exist. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, the hunt is off!¬†According to the U.K. Daily Telegraph, “Researchers at King‚Äôs College London claim there is no evidence for the existence of the G-spot ‚Äď supposedly a cluster of internal nerve endings ‚Äď beyond a woman‚Äôs imagination.” In other words, please put down your G-spotters and go home.
Except. The so-called proof in this study is that they asked 1,800 women, all pairs of identical or non-identical twins, if they had a G-spot. Because identical twins share all their genes (while non-identical share only 50%), they figured that if one identical twin reported having a G-spot, then her sister was more likely to report having one two. But, um, what if one twin had a better G-spotting toy than the other? What if one twin had never tried out intercourse positions that stimulated the G-spot?