British Science Says "Maybe" To G-Spot. Poppycock!


Queens College London feels that the G-Spot may be a bit fishy.

Personally, I don't want to live in a world in which all vaginal orgasms are imaginary, or at the very least partially the product of friction or pressure. The 25% or so of women who claim to be able to climax via the old in and out should know that they're really orgasming. And the gentlemen (and ladies) who aid in that orgasm delivery should be able to pat themselves on the back for a job well done without thinking that everyone's been sold a bill of goods. Read: Can You Orgasm From Intercourse Alone?

Our homies at Lemondrop discuss the findings and give some of their own thoughts on the G-Spot and British science.


For thoughts on the G-Spot, the female orgasm, sex studies and handsome British sex doctors? Read: British Start 'Orgasm A Day' Campaign

*Note: Methodography is probably not a real thing but if it does exist it probably involves Methadone.

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