Friday, February 22, 2008

THE G SPOT CONSPIRACY


Okay, I'll be first to admit I'm a little naive when it comes to the nitty gritty of making whoopsie, with...you know....a lady. I'm married by the way, so let's not make any premeptive assumptions here about my sexuality - I'm as red-blooded and able to talk cars/sport/Hifis as the next man.

Anyway, I've always considered the 'G spot' to be something of a myth. It's not, as some fellas will think, the clitoris - that little nub of flesh most attentive blokes will rub with all the sensitivity of a blacksmith grinding down metal. It's actually never been medically identified. It's the sort of X-factor of the vagina, you've either got it...or you ain't.

Something of a thorny issue I suppose. If you're one of the 40% who do, life holds so much promise. Whilst the other 60% are doomed to a life of smiling politely at their partners...as they dutifully grind away.

An interesting report on BBC's site today, showed that some Italian scientists have identified a slightly thicker bit of the front wall of the vagina appears to house the G spot. Reading the article I'm not entirely convinced though....it all sounds a bit ambiguous. What I would be more convinced by would be something that looked like a button - preferably large, with 'push me' stencilled on the front.

Yup...I'm a typical fella in that I need 'absolutes' not wishywashy answers. I don't want to hear that it's some nebulous 'region' of flesh that's slightly thicker in some woman than others, I want a damned component, dammit....something I can see, and aim for.

So until somebody in a white lab coat can photograph some explicit thingy and explain how it works with a nice big diagram, I'll continue to be something of a sceptic, and suggest that the G spot, has more to do with a woman's state of mind...or....perish the thought, the dexterity and skill of her ape-fisted fella.

5 comments:

Jeff Reid said...

I saw your comments and fantasy cast at "My Book, the Movie".

We have created a website just for fiction readers (and authors) who want to cast the movie. It's called Storycasting.com, and it's "for the movie in your mind". We let our members (it's free) select works they have read, choose favorite characters, and then plug current actors into the roles. All castings post on a common page for that work, and the "consensus favorites" gradually bubble to the top. Plus, there'll be lots of comments and opinions, and eventually a "friends" function.

Anyway, we're just finishing our first round of beta testing, and we'll be going live in the next 30 days or so. When it goes live, please come on the site, make sure we have your book, and plug in your cast. Then tell all your faithful readers to come and cast it, too. We hope that it will be normal, long before the "Director's Cut", to have the "Author's Storycast". :-)

Hope we see you on the site sometime in April!

Jeff Reid
Storycasting.com
"for the movie in your mind"

Andra said...

Good post.

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