It has been a sexual myth for ages, but is it now finally over?
The G-spot was “invented” three decades ago when a sexologist named Beverly Whipple announced on TV there's a Holy Grail that really gets the party going for women, as reports The Sun.
She found the spot when she was studying women who thought they were urinating when climaxing.
Anyway, she's explained where you can find this area of pleasure on this Science Vs podcast.
And it's all about clocks:
"You go all around the vaginal wall, [sic] from 12 o'clock, to three o'clock, to six o'clock and so on, 'saying, 'How does this feel? How does this feel?'," Whipple said. "Between 11 and one o'clock, at the front wall of the vagina, we got a lot of smiles."
So here it is.
But is it an actual spot? An actual specific point?
Thanks to The Sun reaching out, Helen O' Connell, professor of urology at the Royal Melbourne Hosptial, says there's no specific area or spot as such:
She has dissected many vaginas in the past and stated that it, "did not seem to show anything in the vaginal wall that would be a direct anatomical structure leading to that experience."
So you still don’t know 100% until you try it with your partner.