The Grafenberg Spot, or G-spot, is named after German gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg
, who claimed to have found it 60 years ago.
The G doesn't stand for "gosh" but for for "Grafenberg", after Dr Ernst Grafenberg
The term "G-Spot" was coined in 1981after the German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg
who hypothesized its existence in a paper published in 1950.
A THE G spot was named by the German physician Ernst Grafenberg
The G-spot was named after gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg
, who first described it in 1944.
Dr Ernst Grafenberg
, a German gynaecologist, claimed that after exhaustive research into the female nether regions he had found what, it now turns out, may be a mythical ignition point.
The G-spot, or Grafenberg spot, was first described by German gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg
, who called it "a zone of erogenous feeling" and located it somewhere along the "suburethral surface of the anterior vaginal wall", surprising lots of people who'd been past that way loads of times and never noticed anything.