Medical Obstetrics-Gynaecology and Sexology Centre
Known for a long time as a woman’s erogenous area, Ernst Gräfenberg emits the hypothesis of a “spot” that would cause a woman’s pleasure state, which he called “G”.
It has not been explained how and why, there is a hyperexcitability at the touch of the area, respectively the morpho-physiology of this place.
In 2016, we have proved that it is not a “spot”, but a distinct well-defined “area” with a specific and well-defined structure in relation to the other erogenous areas [1,2]; we have also explained that the Area is not
hypothetical, that the intensity of its orgasm is not different from the vaginal, anal, or clitoridian orgasm, and ejaculation is normal, but not abundant [1,2,8,9,10,11].
Regarding the existence of the “G-spot” [4,5,6,7,8], in 2009, authors from King’s College London, as well as other authors, suggested that the “G-spot” was subjective, and they explained this by the fact that in 2 twins [5,8], only one reported the so-called “G-spot”, and the other did not.