A cosmetic gynaecologist in Florida may have located 'a clearly defined sac', but the great fan-dance of female arousal won't endOf all the statements made by this week's self-proclaimed locator of the G spot, Adam Ostrzenski, my favourite without contest has to be his devastating conclusion: "It's not easy to find."Ostrzenski, a cosmetic gynaecologist and director of the Institute of Gynecology in St Petersburg, Florida, examined the anterior vaginal wall in the body of a deceased 83-year-old woman and, as the New Scientist reported, found "a clearly defined sac in a layer between the vagina and the urethra close to the perineal membrane". The sac, furthermore, was "around 16 millimetres from the upper part of the urethral opening" positioned at a 35 degree angle, and "less than a centimetre long". Inside, Ostrzenski discovered a "'worm-like' structure with three distinct regions that broadly 'resemble erectile tissue – normally found in areas...
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