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Scientists have found the G-spot; it’s awfully small

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In the most crucial scientific discovery since the polio vaccine, one scientist claims to have officially located the elusive G-spot. Unfortunately, his findings indicate that it's blink-and-you'll-miss-it tiny, measuring about 8.1mm x 3.6 mm x 1.5mm.  

According to the study, which flies in the face of previous research declaring it to be a myth, the G-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina. Unsexily, Dr. Adam Ostrzenski made this discovery while examining the body of an old Polish woman who had recently suffered a fatal head injury. "This study confirmed the anatomic existence of the G-spot," he said, "which may lead to a better understanding and improvement of female sexual function." 

Another researcher confirmed that the study "adds to the growing body of literature regarding women's sexual anatomy and physiology." Arguably overdue, but always a plus. Even so, this news seems like a mixed bag. Of course, the official existence of the G-spot is excellent news for numerous (hopefully) obvious reasons. But if it is real, and so tiny that women (and their partners) who haven't managed to find it yet are likely to have a nearly impossible time tracking it down, is this just going to be another item to add to a long list of common sexual insecurities? 

Image by Dave Herr.