The ever-mysterious G-spot has got quite a few questioning its existence. Scientific journals have had difficulty pinpointed its exact location; but it’s fact that it exists. There’s an area on the front wall of the vagina that can produce pleasurable sensations for some women when stimulated correctly. “The research community knows that the sensations are real, but we cannot pinpoint the exact source of the pleasure,” says Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., a sex researcher at Indiana University. But just because the G-spot is not a visible mass you can point to—like an elbow or a breast—certainly doesn’t mean it’s mythological, she adds.
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