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The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.
Their study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine is the biggest yet, involving 1,800 women, and it found no proof.
The King’s College London team believe the G-spot may be a figment of women’s imagination, encouraged by magazines and sex therapists.
But sexologist Beverley Whipple, who helped popularise the G-spot idea, said the work was “flawed”.
She said the researchers had discounted the experiences of lesbian or bisexual women and failed to consider the effects of having different sexual partners with different love-making techniques.
The women in the study, who were all pairs of identical and non-identical twins, were asked whether they had a G-spot.
If one did exist, it would be expected that both identical twins, who have the same genes, would report having one.
But this pattern did not emerge and the identical twins were no more likely to have a G-spot than non-identical twins who share only half of their genes.
Co-author of the study Professor Tim Spector said: “Women may argue that having a G-spot is due to diet or exercise, but in fact it is virtually impossible to find real traits.
“This is by far the biggest study ever carried out and shows fairly conclusively that the idea of a G-spot is subjective.”
Colleague Andrea Burri was concerned that women who feared they lacked a G-spot might feel inadequate, which she says is unnecessary.
“It is rather irresponsible to claim the existence of an entity that has never been proven and pressurise women and men too.”
Dr Petra Boynton, a sexual psychologist at University College London, said: “It’s fine to go looking for the G-spot but do not worry if you don’t find it.
“It should not be the only focus. Everyone is different.”
The Gräfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, was named in honour of the German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg who described it over 50 years ago. It is said to sit in the front wall of the vagina some 2-5cm up.
Recently Italian scientists claimed they could locate the G-spot using ultrasound scans.
They said they had found an area of thicker tissue among the women reporting orgasms.
But specialists warned there could be other reasons for this difference.
The 25-year-old has now ballooned in weight to 223kg (490 pounds) after eating enough ice-cream, cakes and pizzas to reach the height of sexual pleasure.
She suffers from a medical condition called persistent genital arousal syndrome, where orgasms are triggered without direct sexual arousal.
In extreme cases, sufferers of the condition experience 300 orgasms a day.
She first noticed something unusual was happening as she tucked into a tub of ice-cream.
‘My friends thought I was making it up,’ said Miss Jones, of Colorado, ‘I was stunned but in no doubt of what had happened.’
She has put on 95kg (210 pounds) in the past five years as she gorged and climaxed.
She decided to profit from her affliction by setting up a fetish website where punters pay to watch her scoff herself to orgasm.
Miss Teen USA 2007 – South Carolina Caitlin Upton
Miss USA 2009 – California Carrie Prejean
The Miss Teen USA pageant was held on Friday night, and during the crucial question-from-the-panel segment at the end, Miss Teen South Carolina, Lauren Caitlin Upton, totally choked when she was asked why Americans are unable to locate the U.S. on a map. The poor dear rambles on about “The Iraq” and South Africa. Props to A.C. Slater, who managed not to laugh in her face, although you can tell he desperately wanted to. Ironically, as bumbling as her response was, it sort of answered the question: Because Americans are stupid! Needless to say, South Carolina did not win the title.
Miss California is not backing down from the answer regarding gay marriage she gave on Sunday night’s Miss USA telecast.
Carrie Prejean told FOXNews.com that she had “no regrets” and was happy with the answer she gave when a Miss USA judge, the gossip blogger Perez Hilton, asked about her stance on same-sex marriage.
“I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman,” she said on the live broadcast. “No offense to anybody out there, but that’s how I was raised.”
One person who was offended was Keith Lewis, co-director the Miss California competition, which Prejean won to make it into the Miss USA pageant. Lewis told FOXNews.com that he was “saddened” by Prejean’s statement.
“I am personally … hurt that Miss California believes marriage rights belong only to a man and a woman,” said Lewis in a statement.
Co-director Shanna Moakler, best know as Travis Barker’s wife in the MTV reality show “Meet the Barkers,” said that she fully supported Lewis’ condemnation of Prejean’s views.
Blogger Perez Hilton was also enraged, calling Prejean a “stuipd b***h” in a video tirade he aired on his blog.
But the backlash is having little affect on Prejean, 21, she says.
“I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I stated an opinion that was true to myself, and that’s all I can do,” she told Billy Bush, who hosted Miss USA, on his radio talk show on Monday.
“It did cost me my crown,” Prejean continued. “It is a very touchy subject and [Hilton] is a homosexual, and I see where he was coming from and I see the audience would’ve wanted me to be more politically correct. But I was raised in a way that you can never compromise your beliefs and your opinions for anything.”
“I feel like I won,” she said. “I feel like I’m the winner. I really do.”
Prejean also said that her sister, a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force, and a supporter of gay marriage, was not offended by her answer.
“She was just in my hotel room and she said, ‘Sis, I’m not offended by anything that you said. We have two different opinions and I love you because of it. I love you because you stood up for what was right, and it’s not a matter of being gay or not gay, it’s a matter of you competing for Miss USA and getting a question and answering it to the best of your ability.”
Miss California’s answer sparked a shouting match in the lobby after the show.
“It’s ugly,” said Scott Ihrig, a gay man, who attended the pageant with his partner. “I think it’s ridiculous that she got first runner-up. That is not the value of 95 percent of the people in this audience. Look around this audience and tell me how many gay men there are.”
Charmaine Koonce, the mother of Miss New Mexico USA Bianca Matamoros-Koonce, argued back.
“In the Bible it says marriage is between Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!”
The winner, Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton, a 22-year-old aspiring motivational speaker and entertainer from Wilmington, edged out Prejean and second runner-up, Miss Arizona USA Alicia-Monique Blanco, of Phoenix.