elliot-wolf - March 4, 2018
Thanks to a new study, sex with women is about to get more annoying than driving a manual transmission in the middle of traffic. Not too long ago female “squirting” during an orgasm came under attack as the “experts” claim the fluid was just urine. Which after intensive personal research and study of my own I somewhat agree. That one night stand doing her best impression of Asa Akira on her back is most likely giving you a golden shower. Now the validity of the infamous g-spot is under attack by a few “sexperts” from Australia. Obviously these researchers are unfamiliar with vagina in general as there isn’t a woman on this planet that doesn’t like to be cavity searched with the trademarked two finger “come here” motion. These guys may need to get out of the lab more often.
According to a small-scale study conducted by team of sexperts from Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, there’s absolutely no anatomical evidence of the G-spot in the female body, meaning it simply doesn’t exist.
In the study, the researchers examined the bodies of 13 women between the ages of 32 and 97, and concluded that none of the women have an observable anatomical structure in the “G-spot zone,” and that there’s nothing but vaginal wall lining and urinary structures in that area.
I’m going to have to challenge the play here. Examining 13 women from the Tinder reject list should in no way be considered a legitimate study. The cat was out of the bag on whatever weird fetishes they have going in Australia when a 97-year-old was apart of the women included in the sample. I want to see the face of the man that fingered someone’s grandmother in the name of scientific research. A better study suggestion would be investigating how many researchers are willing to explore the dusty caverns of the elderly.
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