There are few subjects that provide dissenting views among scientists as often as the female orgasm does. Some remained perplexed because they feel its existence has no evolutionary/reproductive purpose (the clitoris is the only body part that exists solely to provide pleasure), while others argue that the "purpose" of a woman's orgasm is to let her body know that the person she's sleeping with is a a prime candidate for breeding. ("Science talk" is so sexy, isn't it?)

Either way, the findings of this study --- which women (and men) all over the world will definitely dispute --- causes more questions than answers. First, um, are they sure about this? Also, what effect would learning that the G-spot is in our heads have on our sexual lives? Lastly, since orgasms are largely mental, is it possible that the G-spot is a psychosomatic condition? Basically, do you think that it "exists" because we've convinced ourselves that it does?  

Read it at The Huffington Post.