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- - -)