Gynecologist Says He Has Found The G-Spot
The G-spot is as elusive as sasquatch. Yet one rogue doctor claims to have finally obtained physical, scientific proof that it exists. And he found it in an 83 year-old dead woman.
Adam Ostrzenski, a gynecologist in St. Petersburg, Fla., says he has discovered precise details about the location and size of the infamous female erogenous zone.
Ostrzenski -- who recorded his findings from a single subject, a deceased 83 year-old woman -- says the G-spot is a distinct grape-bunch-like structure within a bluish sac located in the back of the vagina.
"As an erectile body, this structure is causing elevation of the [front of the] vaginal wall at the beginning of the sexual excitement," Ostrzenski said in an interview with WebMD.
However, Ostrzenski's study has drawn immediate criticism both for its lack of depth and for playing into the huge fervor surrounding what many scientists believe is an anatomical wild goose chase.
"The G-spot story is like the hunt for the Holy Grail done with a divining rod," says Dr. Leonore Tiefer, a professor in the department of psychiatry at New York University. "'I've got it,' 'no, over here,' 'no, over there,' 'darn it, well, keep looking.'"
As long there's stories of some magical pleasure button hidden deep within every woman, you can bet we will.
Ostrzenski's study is published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
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