The female quest for sexual orgasm has led to some strange research. Now scientists say they have finally found the first evidence of the existence of the elusive "G spot"--but only in some women. The G spot is supposed to control women's ability to have orgasms. Italian researchers examined the vaginas of 20 women with ultrasound and found a thickened area of tissue in those who said they had vaginal orgasms. This area of thickness was absent in those who said they did not. A second way to have orgasms is through the clitoris, which is removed from young girls in some countries. Sigmund Freud, the father of psychotherapy, claimed that women have vaginal orgasms, but most researchers have dismissed this, saying that all female orgasms are due to stimulation of the clitoris. This new discovery validates Freud's theory. In the January 21 edition of the Independent, Jeremy Laurance quotes researcher Emmanuele Jannini as saying, "For the first time it is possible to determine by a simple, rapid and inexpensive method if a woman has a G spot or not."
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