You know -- well before Columbus discovered America people thought the world was flat, not round. If you asked anybody -- that is what they would have told you because they had no life experience of a round world. So it was a flat world that they truly believed that they lived on. Apparently researchers at The Kings College London used a similar technique to find out if women have a G Spot and published their results in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. You see, they simply asked 1800 women if they had a G Spot or not!
Does anybody yet see how this study was incredibly flawed? It showed no understanding of women, their relationship to their bodies, their sexuality and where the G Spot actually is.
Frankly, many women simply do not have any experience with their G Spot to know if it is there or not there. For a woman to find her G Spot on her own she may need a sex toy such as a wand to help her find it. G Spot explorers also need to be comfortable enough with their bodies to go exploring. Not every woman is up to the job. In my experience as a fertility educator -- it is very difficult to get women to reach inside their vagina to feel their cervix in order to determine if they are ovulating. Many prefer to use ovulation predictor kits rather than getting to know their cervical mucus changes and how their cervix feels while it changes during various part of the menstrual cycle.
Many women don't find their G Spot until they have a lover who is interested in going exploring with her. And for many women that means that they will never find their G Spot -- or even go looking for it. For women who decide to go exploring their G Spot, either on their own or with a lover may find that they don't understand what all the hype is about.