The G-spot, an area near the clitoris where nerve endings converge, has been declared a myth by researchers in Australia led by Dr Nathan Hoag.
The study on women between 32 and 97 concluded that the G-spot ‘does not exist as an anatomic construct.’
The spot which is widely believed to trigger immense pleasure during sex or stimulation has been declared a myth. That pleasure from the area is traced to the clitoris.
But many doubt the new claim.
A 2008 study discovered that those with thicker tissues in the area have more pleasurable sex.
Named after German gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg who highlighted that the area is erogenous in 1950, it was 1981 that the zone was labelled G-spot.