BUENOS AIRES, June 23 (UYPRESS) – The elusive G-spot is the invention of a nurse and two psychologists who postulated it 30 years ago, says Vicente Puppo, a famous Florentine doctor and sexologist from the Italian Center for Sexology (CIS).
The newspaper Clarion discloses the claims, which seem to disprove years and years of beliefs about vaginal orgasm and the existence of the difficult to locate G-spot. According to the article, now an Italian specialist assures that the happy point is the invention of a nurse. “The female orgasm is only clitoral and there are no other phantom points,” says Vincenzo Puppo, a Florentine sexologist at the Italian Center for Sexology (CIS).
The famous G-spot, which owes its name to the initial of the surname of its “discoverer”, Ernst Grafenberg, apparently not only does not exist, but it would not have been discovered by him either (obviously, you cannot discover what does not exist) but invented 30 years ago by nurse Beverly Whipple together with two psychologists. They promoted it using Grafenberg’s name as a “scientific screen,” Puppo explained at the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) world congress in Glasgow recently.
Emphasizing that orgasm is essential for women, Puppo reveals that the latter is the victim of a kind of deception. And that deception was perpetrated with the “complicity” of other scientists. “There is no ultrasound image of the G-spot, contrary to what Dr. Emanuelle Jannini stated to the media around the world. In the article he published with her collaborators in 2008 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine there is no figure that shows a particular point between the urethra and the vagina”, explains Puppo.
According to Puppo, the terms used to indicate the different types of orgasm should not continue to be used either. Therefore, “clitoral/vaginal/uterine orgasm, G/A/C/U-spot orgasm, are terms that should not be used by sexologists, women and the media; female orgasm should always be a normal phase of the sexual response cycle, which all women can achieve with effective sexual stimulation. In fact, clitoral stimulation is important for orgasm in all women and at any age, and physiologically female sexual satisfaction is based on orgasm, which is a normal psycho-physiological function of all human beings and every woman has the right to experience sexual pleasure, a fundamental human right that contributes to general happiness and well-being,” says Puppo.
Starting from the idea that vaginal orgasm does not exist – in general, and without mentioning other imaginary erogenous zones – Puppo defines the complete sexual intercourse/lovemaking as “orgasm for both parties with or without vaginal intercourse”. Definition that applies to all human beings.
Now it is known. We will have to forget so many false clues and concentrate on what nature provided.
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