Who Discovered The Female G-Spot?

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The discovery is attributed to Ernst Gräfenberg, MD, a Jewish physician who gained fame for studies of the female genitals and female sexual physiology in general. In 1933, he was forced to give up his post as head of the department of OBGYN in Berlin-Britz as a result of the rise of Nazism, but with the intervention of friends at the International Society of Sexology, he escaped Germany in 1940 and emigrated to California. He died on October 28, 1957 in New York. Initially, Dr. Gräfenberg and others referred to it as the "female prostate gland."

That said, it wasn't until 1981 that the "G Spot" he is credited with discovering was actually given its name, by Dr. John Perry, a PhD from Portland, ME. Papers first presented by Perry et. al. at the Scientific Meeting of the Maine Psychological Association and elsewhere in '81 [and beyond] ultimately ended up in the term being "coined" as "G Spot."

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The first response located above is accurate. There has been conflicting opinions revolving the "G" Spot however. Some studies state that there is one and others state that there isn't. The "G" spot as well as female ejaculation go back as far as Aristotle in literature. So it was apparently discovered before Dr. G. Though medical science had never acknowledged its existence. I personally believe that I have a G spot. Though some women are unfortunately not so lucky.. To have found it yet.
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Dr G was an interesting fellow who had absolutely no proof of such existance. There was no controlled setting and "tests" were by just him on just a couple young ladies. Scans and thousands of other tests later show no proof of nerve endings there. Dr G seems like a creep...
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According to a lady doctor book I read ,no one has ,as yet ,discovered the G spot. It seems to be a fallacy
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The term was in use before 1981-- I first heard it in 1977.  Since it relies on arousal to be activated, it will not just appear like the prostate.

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