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Women’s Sexuality and G Spot Research

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  1. I think that the fascination with womens sexuality if very simple. It very easy to tell when a man is excited and achieves orgasm. However, given the historical repression of sexuality especially concerning women and the fact that it is not always apparent how much she is excite or reaches climax there will always be questions. Until the time comes that women are taught about their own bodies in honest open way then their sexuality will always seems a mystery to most.

    There is most definitely a g-spot that is common among most women. This I have learned from experience and sometimes to the surprise of the women who have not explored her own body or met a person who was willing to find what excites her.

  2. The first sentence of this piece was almost enough to make me stop reading all together. It’s really off-putting considering that historically, most medical research has focused only on men.

  3. I don’t think you have done the study justice. The study in question seems to have sound methodology.
    The logic is that, if it is an anatomical reality, some women have more prominent and sensitive g-spots than do others. If we assume a statistical correlation between a given woman having a g-spot and that woman discovering her g-spot (even if the relationship isn’t 1:1) we would expect there to be a greater correlation in identical twins than in fraternal twins. Given the huge sample size and the lack of a statistical difference between the two groups, this is pretty compelling evidence against a genetically-determined g-spot.

    It’s actually a little disturbing that you sell yourself as a mental health expert but have such a hard time interpreting data. Until today, I’d believed that Psy.D’s should be permitted to prescribe medications. Now I’m not so sure.


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