Now, a researcher says he found has scientific proof that it does in fact exist.
Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, a Florida Gynocologist, claims it's real and that he's found it.
He carried out a postmortem exam of an 83-year old woman, inspecting the layers of tissue that make up a women's vaginal wall.
He says, he found a small, grape-like cluster of erectile tissue housed in a sac.
The announcement, as you can imagine opened the floodgates.
Dr. Judy Kuriansky is a sex therapist, and unlike others who called these new findings baloney, says the research reignites the discussion and exploration of the female anatomy.
"The tissue it, it's very hard to dissect tissue and find the exact G-spot, in fact, it's not really a spot, it's a G-area or G-zone," she said.
The findings are in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
But urologist, Dr. Jed Kaminetsky, feels the research simplifies what is a very complex sexual system.
He also worries many ladies will now feel inadequate, since studies show up to 43 percent of women have some form of sexual dysfunction.
"I think we need to have a better understanding of female sexual function but not get to focused on the presence of lock of this one little are of the anatomy," he adds.
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