Story of O: Ladies, they’ve found the G-Spot!
They’ve found the G-Spot.
Seems it’s been hiding in Italy. How apropos.
I also find it fitting that the scientist attributed with this momentous discovery has a naughtily French first name: Emmanuele Jannini conducts her research at the University of L’Aquila.
Apparently those women who are lucky enough to have vaginal orgasms (that is, an orgasm triggered by stimulation of the front vaginal wall, without any simultaneous stimulation of the clitoris) do so because they have a thinner area of tissue in that nether region between the vagina and urethra.
So, what does this mean for those women who are more thick-skinned where it counts? Jannini took ultrasound scans of that area on her unluckier test subjects so that they could actually see where “G” marked the spot. After get a bit more touchy-feely with themselves, in no time at all they got the hang of it.
You know what they say: practice makes perfect.
She’s a’comin’, by golly,