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Monday, January 11, 2010

The Pleasure Hunt?


I'm confused.  The other night I happened to catch Joy Behar's show where she and guests Liz Winstead , co-creater of the Daily Show, and Naomi Wolf, author of Give Me Liberty, discussed The G-Spot.


For any of you who are not aware, the G-spot is believed by some to be an area on the inside wall of a woman's hoo-hah which when stimulated results in a really big "Oh."  (I'm trying to keep my blog somewhat PG-rated, so if that's not clear, then you may want to Google it; the information, not your G-spot.  Well, I supposed you did google it, your G-spot, not the information, you might indeed end up with a big Oh..)


You'll notice I said "believed by some."  That is because there seems to be some disagreement about whether or not it actually exists.  A German gynecologist, Ernst Grafenberg hypothesized it's existence in 1960.  Studies have been conducted at varying times since then trying to confirm or disprove its existence.  Described by some as being about the size of a nickel, and by still others as the size of a quarter, no one has actually been able to put their finger on it, so to speak.



I find it interesting that despite the fact that the G-Spot has not been scientifically proved to exist, there are self-help books and potions available on the market to insure optimum benefit from it.

 
The latest study conducted in England which involved questioning sets of female twins ranging in age from 23 to 83 claims to prove the G-Spot does not exist.  Liz Winstead says it does exist; she knows because she has one.  Joy Behar agrees with the detractors; says she doesn't have one and doesn't want one! 


All this debate aroused my curiousity, so, parking my bare butt on a mirror, flashlight in hand, I decided to do some research of my own.  With one leg behind my ear, having cleared away the cobwebs, I perused the, ah, territory and confess I found no letters of the alphabet in residence in my hoo-hah.  Granted, I wear bifocals; I might have missed it.  It's possible that it shriveled up and fell out due to inactivity.  Or, the Brits could be right, and there never was one.   

Darn!  Even my research is inconclusive!  (Now if I can just get that leg back out from behind my ear- - -)

47 comments:

WhiteSockGirl said...

lmao!!!!! Now I have a scene of you in G-spot hunting mode, flash light and all, in my head. Disturbingly funny,.. now I need help.

As for the G-spot,.. uhmm,.. I am a believer, a firm one. Has a vibrating toy that knows how to find it..

Unknown Mami said...

Hmmm, did you find a parking spot in there?

BLOGitse said...

LOL you're funny! :)
I have too many spots...how to find the right one? ooooh, I forgot to put my leg behind my ear...wait...oh no! I can't type and examine at the same time...I'll try later and let you know the result! :)

About blogging you wrote on WhiteSockGirl's blog - I'm the same.
Why don't you join WO*IMA gang and write about my image every Saturday? You know how to write and to be interactive!

I just subscribed your feed - so you got a new follower! :)

Have a good day!
Sunny greetings from Cairo!

Queen-Size funny bone said...

I think I just peed my pants. and that left a spot.

Steven Anthony said...

I am speechless, and that never happens.....I pee'd and snorted milk out my nose all at the same time...lmao

Kristina P. said...

Oh, good. I needed a nice, soothing mental image before I went to bed.

tattytiara said...

Sometimes it seems like the scientific community has a better map of the bottom of the ocean than they do the average woman's body, doesn't it?

Mardel said...

Do you think if it was something that affected every man's pleasure then this would have been better researched? Look at viagra. Do you see any medicine flooding the airways affecting a womens continued peak performance? Nope! just that K-y jelly. I don't want to get too graphic or gross, but if it's a bundle of nerves, then can't they verify this with all the cadavers they "study"?

I laughed very hard while reading your post, and at some of the comments!

Mary said...

LMAO!! I'm with ya - honestly I could care less whether there's a G spot in my nether regions or not these days, even if I COULD get my leg around my ear. Pfffft. Whatev.

Mandy's Life After 30 said...

OH MY GOSH! I need to pull my head from my legs b/c I'm laughing so hard. I shouldn't read your blog when my family is sleeping, I might wake them up from my giggles. Hahahah! Nice one Eva!

5thsister said...

Well, I found my "P" spot but no "G". Go figure.

It's 5 am. I think I laughed so hard I woke the kids. Darn.

Kitty Moore said...

That is hilarious! And I am so going to start using the word 'hoo-hah'

Kitty x

My name is PJ. said...

Very. Bad. Image. Must. Wash. My. Brain. Out.

Mommakin said...

laughing right out loud at the imagery...

blueviolet said...

It shriveled up and fell out??? LOL!!!

DJan said...

must... remove... image...

NOW I understand how to use LMAO! LMAO!

TechnoBabe said...

I haven't been reading your blog very long but I confess I would not have ever thought your blog would be this funny. This post is hilarious. I think the subject is like everything else in life, to each her own, some believe they have one (don't want to miss out in case there really is something to this G thing) and then some who think it's a crock. Who's to say. Just because you can't find yours, maybe someone can find theirs.

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

You are hilarious! And should only be read after 9 pm because of the whole parental control thing.

I KNOW I have one. But now that I'm over 50, it's become more of a "splodge" than a spot. And I think that the nerve endings are broken up and spread out and losing their elasticity (like everything else on me) and, therefore, it doesn't work quite as well as it used to.

Anyway, how many of those darned scientists are women, I'd like to know! Can't find one, indeed!

Eva Gallant said...

WhiteSock: Ah...a woman who takes research into her own hands!

Mami: The size of a mini-van!

Blogitse: Dying to hear back the results of examination!

QueenSize: Hey, a spot is a spot!

Steven: Who said men can't multi-task!

Kristina: Hope you slept well!

Tatty: So true!

Mardel: Maybe by the time we're cadavers, it has shriveled up and fallen out!

Mary: I'd sooner they spent the time and money on researching a cure for cancer!

Mandy: Glad I could give you the giggles!

5thSister: Sorry we woke up the kids!

Kitty: I wish I could take credit for coining the term, but it's been around a while.

PJ: Sorry about that!

Mammakin: Glad I could make you smile.

Blueviolet: Stranger things have happened!

DJan: At least one mystery was cleared up today!

glnroz said...

Ok, you should be hearing the sirens 'bout now. I am sure the men in the white coats are "on their way" .. lordy, you aint got no sense.. lolol

Heather said...

LMAO.....that is tooooo funny! I often think the same thing and wonder if it's hooey. Thanks for sharing your, um...research.

LOL

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

jules said...

Oh you! Now are we really supposed to be able to see it though? I've always wondered that. I wonder if some people have them and some don't?

SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

it does not exist. if it does i don't wanna know about it.

Rowe said...

Hi Eva. I've just come over to say thanks for visiting on behalf of JMac. Loved this post, hilarious, thanks for the laugh.

The Retired One said...

OMG, Eva. How do you THINK of these things????
:-}

Eva Gallant said...

techno: what? Did you think retired people wouldn't have a sense of humor?

Sandy: I don't know how many of the scientists are women. . it would be interesting to know.

GlnRoz: Wanted to respond to your comment, but some guy in a white coat is pounding on my door!

Heather: No need to thank me; it's my job to search out these things!

Jules: Your guess is as good as mine!

Speaking: If I ever find the answer, I'll be sure to not let you know!

Rowe: Thanks for returning the visit. Glad I could make you smile.

Retired One: I don't know...they just seem to jump into my head through that large hole, I guess!

gayle said...

Really not sure what to say!!
Love ya!!

Richard @ The Bewildered Brit said...

As a Brit myself, I think I can speak for all 60,000,000 of us when I say that we are always right.

Well, almost always.

Hrm.

Nearly always.

Mostly.

Sometimes.

Sorry, what was the question again?

Helene said...

You are too funny!! Glad someone else uses the word "hoo haw" besides me!

Not sure what to think of the whole G-spot issue. I'm sure my husband would be more than willing to try to see if I have one or not but that would require effort on my part and I'm just too darn tired.

Tam said...

Wow, I really am glad to be back in the blogosphere - I forgot how good a belly laugh from you is! Isn't retirement amazing? All that time opens so many doors for new and interesting ventures...

ethelmaepotter! said...

This one needs to go down in blog history.
I'm in the don't-have-one-don't-want-one camp. And I hope my husband reads this: after 28 years, you can STOP LOOKING FOR IT!!! IT AIN'T THERE!

The Vegetable Assassin said...

Haha, thanks for that visual, miss E. You know the G-spot would be a lot easier to find if they put it somewhere more accessible don't you think? But then where'd be the fun in that? I was actually reading something about this recently and the whole does it exist or not debate. I have my own opinion but it's much too fruity to put here in a comment, as I'd blush. :) Hee.

Sandy said...

That's how you keep a PG rating?? LMAO....pardon my saying so but that was a vision I didn't need!

~mel said...

Girl... g-spot or not... you're a hoot!

bettyl said...

Thanks for that mental image that is burned into my brain.

It's funny how 'scientific' stuff takes on a life of it's own when someone makes a suggestion. I surmise that the G-spot is like evolution...it's never been truly proven, but they'll hang onto it until a better theory comes along!

Fun post, thanks for the chortle!

cat said...

Now that puts a smile on my dial today! Thanks!

Jenn said...

I laughed so hard when I read this. Thanks for sharing. I had an awful day today & really needed a good laugh! Do let me know if you ever find it. I'm still looking! -Jenn (from SITS)

Katherine said...

I'm so glad you chose this post to highlight! FAN-TAS-TIC!!

DRB said...

Any blog that actually has "hoo-hah" as a label is a winner in my book!

At least the hunt for blog-pleasure is over :)

Veronica said...

Hilarious!!! I'm not a believer and won't be until it's proven.

Stopping by from SITS!

Babes about Town said...

Ah, the elusive G-spot. In the fine company of UFOs and unicorns for many of us.

I think mine falls in the category of 'now you feel it, now you don't'... But hey, it's the ride and not the destination, or so someone wise once told me.

Absolutely hilarious post. Nearly spilled my tea on my lap! Will def be back :-)

mommydrinksbecauseyoucry said...

Of all the options I chose this post first. Holy shit! Thank you for that post.
I'm glad you were able to get a leg up on this research quest of yours.

Phunkyrockgal said...

OMG that's hilarious!!

Dawn said...

OMG...I, chose this one first and I hope I didn't wake up my kids!
Now I get to go to bed with that image in my head..LOL

Gamma Sharon said...

Oh my goodness, you are to funny.
Again, Happy SITS Day to you!

Sarah said...

I love this post! I remember my aunt telling me (when I was only 13, mind you) that I needed to get out a hand mirror & "get comfortable"...kinda creepy at 13!

Here from SITS..your blog is great :)

LOVE MELISSA:) said...

I love the mental issue I just got! I think I just peed my pants. You are way too funny!!! Thanks for putting a huge smile on my face!