G Spot Located at Last?
In a triumph of medical sleuthing, a researcher at the Institute of Gynecology in St. Petersburg, Florida has found the G spot's location in female anatomy. The debate about whether this pleasure-enhancer actually exists has gone on for decades, but writing online in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, Adam Ostrzenski, MD, PhD contends that previous attempts to find it had simply focused on the wrong area of a woman's body.
According to MedPage Today, Dr. Ostrzenski reported that the G spot is a "sac-like structure, measuring 8.1 mm in length, and made of what appears to be erectile tissue, and it's located in the dorsal perineal membrane of the front vaginal wall."
Ostrzenski came upon the structure after dissecting the anterior vaginal wall of an 83-year-old woman who had died of head trauma. He described the structure as having a "bluish grape-like composition" with three distinct parts.
"The absence of the identification of the G-spot as an anatomic structure created considerable controversies," Ostrzenski pointed out, and he concluded that finding it could have a significant "potential impact on the practice and clinical research in the field of female sexual function."