The truth about the 'G-spot' - Does it really exist?

There's no doubt you will have heard of the 'G-spot' - the place inside a woman that makes her go giddy.

But is there any scientific proof that it really exists?

Scientists and sexperts have been battling over the question for years, since some women (and men) say they know exactly where it is, while others claim never to have been able to find it.

So what's the truth about the mysterious G-spot?

Recently Sara-Jayne King spoke to sexologist Natasha Troussova to find out.

Every woman has a G-spot, but not every woman can have an orgasm through the G-spot.

Natasha Trousovva, Sexologist

Troussova reckons the key to finding it is practice and communication between the woman and her partner.

Because of where the G-spot is located inside the vagina, it's very hard to reach from the missionary position, but if the woman put a pillow underneath her it is easier to reach.

Natasha Trousovva, Sexologist

Listen as sexologist Natasha Troussova talks to Sara-Jayne King about the elusive G-spot:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : The truth about the 'G-spot' - Does it really exist?


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