I must admit I find it weird that scientists haven't ever been able to find it...I feel like I have one but if I was told they had conclusive evidence that it was a backward extension of the nerves from my clitoris I would believe it. There's definately something that gets stimulated there but whether its an entity unto itself I don't know.
All I do know is that I can come from stimulation of the front wall of my vagina but I have no idea what's there that feels so good...I call it my g-spot just because that describes the general area and the fact that it feels nice to stimulate.
I'm very much a scientist so I hesitate to dismiss the research as total nonsense but I'm partiuclarly interested in the fact that twins were looked at and there were cases where one twin was absolutely certain they had a g-spot and the other was the oposite. Physiologically they'd be identical so clearly something odd is going on.
As usual I'm going to sit on my fence!
I totally agree with you there KP! A survey of 1000+ isn't conclusive but it's enough to make is interesting to further research. Hence my anger with the media saying "it's official", the research needs to be much more in depth for any conclusive answer.
I too would find either argument easy to believe....what I call my g-spot feels like a spongy area on my front wall, I could believe that it is "the back" of something rather than a something itself. Hence my rather vague answer.