Apr. 9th, 2018/
Model: Elise Y/
"The urethral sponge is an area in which the G-spot (Gräfenberg Spot) may be found. Although the G-spot may exist, it has been doubted by various researchers. A team at The King's College in London, the biggest study on the G-spot's existence thus far, and involving 1,800 women, found no proof that the G-spot exists. The authors of the study concluded that the "G-spot" may be a figment of people's imagination, which has been encouraged by magazines, sex therapists and suggestive therapeutics. Other studies, using ultrasound, have found physiological evidence of the G-spot in women who report having orgasms during intercourse."
According to Yonitale Study and reports of our models, a woman does have a G-Spot.
In 1999 four Dutch researchers published the first study where they had people engage in intercourse inside an MRI machine.
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