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Fui pesquisar sobre a próstata masculina em bases de dados de periódicos científicos, mas só encontrei trabalhos publicados relacionados à oncologia, não sendo esses do meu interesse. Apesar de eu ter usado termos de buscas relacionados à próstata masculina, os indexadores retornaram-me muitos resultados sobre a sexualidade feminina. Um desses resultados me despertou interesse: Does the G-spot exist? A review of the current literature . Usando os sensores do meu corpo, não encontrei um Ponto-G feminino quando o procurei e agora, após ler esse resumo da literatura, estou inclinado a não mais procurar, pois:
In 2010, Burri et al. wrote: “The existence of the G-spot seems to be widely accepted among women, despite the failure of numerous behavioral, anatomical, and biochemical studies to prove its existence.” In the same article, the authors also wrote: “there is no physiological or physical basis for the G-spot.”
The distressful psychological state of not responding to G-spot stimulation during sexual intercourse is probably one of the major forces that drive many women to search for any kind of solution, which includes G-spot amplification, even though no proof of its efficacy exists. Does G-spot amplification improve sexual pleasure and satisfaction in women, or is it a useless and dangerous medical procedure? If the supposed G-spot is located on the anterior vaginal wall between the vagina and the urethra, why is the dermal filler injected into the bladder–vaginal septum for G-spot amplification? Concerns about the efficacy and safety of G-spot amplification have been raised because no peer-reviewed studies have been published, and no double-blind placebo-controlled studies have been reported on the procedure.
Jeffrey Spike, a bioethicist at Florida State University’s College of Medicine, considers that “doctors who allegedly enhance women’s G-spots are profiting from their [women’s] insecurities” and “they are engaging in something more like medical fraud” . He also wrote that the G-spot is “like a folk tale….You can prove that something exists if you find it, but if you don’t find it, that doesn’t prove that it doesn’t exist. The G-spot belongs in the same category as angels and unicorns” .
In our opinion, all published scientific data point to the fact that the Gräfenberg spot does not exist. Vaginal/uterine/clitoral orgasm, female ejaculation, the G-, A-, C-, U-, or K-spot orgasm, as well as G-spot amplification, are terms that should not be used by urologists, gynecologists, sexologists, the mass media, and all women. Finally, we strongly argue that G-spot amplification is an unnecessary and inefficacious medical procedure, and the supposed G-spot should not be identified with Gräfenberg’s name.
 PUPPO, Vincenzo; GRUENWALD, Ilan. Does the G-spot exist? A review of the current literature. International Urogynecology Journal, bibtex: puppo_does_2012, v. 23, n. 12, p. 1665–1669, dez. 2012. Disponível em:
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