Had to smile when I read this – a group of French doctors are refuting the claim made by researchers at King’s College that the g-spot is a myth.
‘The English study is barking up the wrong tree,’ says Sylvain Mimoun, a well-known gynaecologist in France (at their G-Day conference). ‘It is not a question of genetics but of use,’ he is quoted in The Telegraph.
Another sexpert Odile Buisson said the g-spot definitely exists for at least 56% of women, and that the effects of this can be seen in scans. It is ‘medical machismo’ to argue against its existence, she says. Gee up.