Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Q: Does the G-Spot Exist? the Sex Lives of Londoners

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Q: Does the G-Spot Exist? the Sex Lives of Londoners

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Byline: Jasmine Gardner

THE G-spot debate is raging. First, British scientists at King's College London claimed that the much-talked-of yet-hard-to-find erogenous zone is a myth. Then, last week, French gynaecologists defended it. The Brits reckon that if the G-spot exists, their study of more than 1,800 women -- all pairs of twins -- would have shown that genetically identical twins both report having one. They didn't. The French say: "It is not a question of genetics but of use." So who is right? I went to The Cut, Waterloo, to find out whether Londoners believe in the G-spot.

YES JIM, 22, UNEMPLOYED I think it probably exists but after having found it I try to do the same thing again and it doesn't work. It mystifies me.

NO GARETH, 30, IT I'm pretty sure it doesn't. I got one of those Casio G-Shock watches for Christmas, though.

YES BRYONY, 28, NANNY I was convinced it didn't exist until my current boyfriend found it. Although I was beginning to doubt the existence of any orgasm until I met my current boyfriend. …

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