Gynecologist claims he has found the G-spot, but experts dispute finding
In the latest and controversial study highlighting the continuing scientific fascination with the maybe-not-so mythical G-spot, a U.S. doctor says he has found physical evidence that the elusive erogenous zone is real.
The study — published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine and based on a dissection on a single cadaver, an 83-year-old woman killed by a blunt blow to the head — is being described as the first in the “scientific-clinical literature” to document the anatomical existence, location and size of the G-spot.
“The G-spot story is like the hunt for the Holy Grail done with a divining rod,” said Dr. Leonore Tiefer, a professor in the department of psychiatry at New York University. “‘I’ve got it,’ ‘no, over here,’ ‘no, over there,’ ‘darn it, well, keep looking,’” said Tiefer. (GETTY IMAGES/THINKSTOCK)