Is the “G-Spot” fake?

Ahh, the fabled “G-Spot”! Is it  myth or reality. Wikipedia claims people have been asking this smae question since the 1940s! According to two different studies, it seems to just be a load of crap and all in your mind!

Back in January 2010 CNN Health ( reported:

Researchers at King’s College London in the United Kingdom have brought the elusive G-spot to the forefront with a study of more than 1,800 female twins. The study suggests that there is no genetic basis for the G-spot and that environmental or psychological factors may contribute to whether a woman believes that she has a G-spot. The study also found correlations with personality components in women who did report having G-spots: For instance, these women tended to be more extroverted, arousable and open to experience, which may indicate a psychological component to the G-spot, Burri said.

January 2012 finds a new study questioning the validity of the G-Spot. An article from Yale University’s “Yale Daily News” states:

Yale urologist Amichai Kilchevsky published a study in the Jan. 12 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggesting that the fabled “G-spot,” the erogenous zone inside the vagina purported to provide intense pleasure during intercourse, does not exist.

To find evidence of the G-spot, Kilchevsky ran a search of published work between 1950 and 2011 using keywords like G-spot, Gräfenberg spot, female orgasm, female erogenous zone and others that are less safe for work.

“Objective measures have failed to provide strong and consistent evidence for the existence of an anatomical site that could be related to the famed G-spot,” Kilchevsky wrote.

Such objective measures, the study notes, have included everything from “digital stimulation” to MRI scans over the past decade. Kilchevsky notes that “modern investigative techniques” may provide more evidence in the future. The study claims the majority of women believe in the G-spot, which Kilchevsky said is thanks to a myth perpetuated by the porn industry and the public media.

“My view is that the G-spot is really just the extension of the clitoris on the inside of the vagina, analogous to the base of the male penis,” Kilchevsky said in the report.

But don’t be discouraged ladies because a study done in 2008 reported by Ian Sampler said it does exist.

Researchers at the University of L’Aquila have found, using ultrasonography, that women who experience vaginal orgasm are statistically more likely to have thicker tissue in the anterior vaginal wall. The researchers believe these findings make it possible for women to have a rapid test to confirm whether or not they have a G-Spot. A French study in late 2009 examined a small number of women with ultrasound as they had intercourse, by examining changes in the vagina they found physiological evidence of the G-Spot. The findings are under review by the “Journal of Sexual Medicine”.

Personally I think that if it’s just in your mind, or just the extension of the clitoris, or just thicker vaginal walls, it shouldn’t matter. What should matter is if you are able to orgasm at all, and do you get to as much as possible?

Are you a whore? Experts chime in!

How many people have you slept with in your life?  well in this industry we probably only need to ask how many people have you had sex with this week?   A study done by The Kinsey Institute in 2005 shows that well … apparently I am a big ole whore or the people in their study lie out their ass.  4 sex partners in their entire lives??!! 4 a year sure but all their lives?!


  • Males ages 30 to 44 report an average of 6 to 8 female sexual partners in their entire life.

  • Females ages 30 to 44 report an average of 4 male sexual partners in their entire life.


Masturbation survey

Hillsborough, NC — The latest sex survey results from Adam & Eve reveal most adults take matters into their own hands once or twice a week. But while 27% admit to masturbating once or twice a week, the next highest percentage of respondents (19%) say they never do it. This is followed by18%, who admit they masturbate once or twice a month, 11% who masturbate once every few months, 9% who say they masturbate every day, 8% who say they rarely masturbate, and 3% who say they masturbate more than once a day.

Dr. Kat Van Kirk, Adam & Eve’s resident sex expert, says, “Masturbation is a fundamental building block in human sexuality. It’s surprising that so many adults still look to their partners to please them, when they don’t even know how to please themselves. While encouraging, I do believe the numbers are actually higher. There’s still a social stigma associated with masturbation and previous research has indicated individuals tend to under report.”

Adam & Eve director of marketing Chad Davis notes, “Adam & Eve encourages American adults to educate themselves on all areas of sexuality. We feel the wide array of products we offer can make any erotic encounter – even those with yourself – better.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices. “Sex Chat with Dr. Kat” can be found on podcasts through iTunes or For more information about Adam & Eve, visit their website at


Sperm is great for your skin

Ever wonder why girls like Jenna Haze looks so hot?  Well now we know.  They can keep their great looks and youthful glow because they get lots of cum on their face!  No seriously …. Sperm is good for the skin.  It works like those high priced anti-aging treatments, only better.   The proteins in sperm have a tightening effect on the skin.

Turns out that when sperm is left to dry, the evaporation of the water in it leaves behind protein which can help to reduce wrinkles. While this may be an excellent anti-aging treatment, the obvious downside is that you have to walk around with sperm on your face.

But on the up side it is said to be better than even the most expensive over the counter brands for giving girls that youthful glow.


We get our sex questions answered on-line

Got Sex Questions? The Internet Has Your Answer According to the Latest Sex Survey From Adam & Eve!

Hillsborough, NC — Years ago, if someone had a question about sex, he or she sought answers from a friend, a doctor or the library. This month’s results from Adam & Eve’s “Great American Sex Survey” show that today, an overwhelming 70% of American adults rely on the internet for their sexual information.

Adam & Eve, America’s most trusted source for adult products, discovered that even with a wealth of misinformation on the World Wide Web, the internet is the top source for adults in need of answers.

Respondents, who were allowed to select more than one answer, next chose books (23%), men’s magazines (20%) and friends (18%) as their favored resources for sexual information, followed by women’s magazines (17%) and “other.”

Resident Adam & Eve “sexpert” Dr. Kat Van Kirk sees this trend as positive. Says Dr. Kat, “Never before has there been mass access to sex information in such an anonymous way. People can feel comfortable getting educated about sexuality in the comfort of their own home. Luckily, there are many reputable websites available for sex information.”

Chad Davis, Marketing Director for Adam & Eve, agrees. “The internet can be a valuable tool for gaining all types of knowledge. We encourage adults to consider as their source for all types of sexual information. Our site has pertinent information on every product category to help consumers decide what product is best for them.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices. For questions for Dr. Kat’s podcast, call her 24/7 Listener Line at 213-270-1968. For more information about Adam & Eve, visit their website at

The history behind the vibrator

Yesterday’s post about the new “Vibrator” movie coming to the big screen got me thinking a lot about my favorite little toy. So I looked into it’s history and this is what I found:

As we know, the dildo has been around since ancient times, however the first vibrator was not invented until the 1880’s and it was actually invented for use in a doctor’s office.

Women who were diagnosed with afflictions hysteria and neurasthenia (fatigue, dizziness, headaches, anxiety, depression) were treated by valvular massage. This was not thought of as sexual at all, but as real therapy for their aliments. Patients genitalia were massaged until they reached paroxysm–a sudden outburst of emotion or action (They were actually having an orgasm). Seeing as some women would take almost an hour to reach this “paroxysm”, it could be very tiring for the treating physician. Thus, doctors experimented with mechanizing the process. Hydrotherapy—the shooting of water directly at the patient’s reproductive region—proved effective and became quite fashionable. It had its drawbacks, though: It was messy, expensive, and not easily portable. So,in the 1880s, a British doctor stepped in to invent the first electric vibrator, an industrial-size contraption meant to be a permanent fixture in a doctor’s office. It was a major labor-saver, allowing many patients to reach paroxysm in less than 10 minutes.

Photo courtesy of Athena Images

Around the turn of the century, entrepreneurs began to recognize the huge potential market for hand-held vibrators for home use. It is said that vibrator innovation was in fact a driving force behind the creation of the small electric motor. Hamilton Beach of Racine, WI, patented its first take-home vibrator in 1902, making the vibrator the fifth electrical appliance to be introduced into the home, after the sewing machine and long before the electric iron. By 1917, there were more vibrators than toasters in American homes. Dozens of patents were issued for new designs between 1900 and 1940.

Photograph courtesy of Good Vibrartions

Starting in the 1920s, stag reels revealed the true nature of the vibrator and the sex toy that is was. The most famous of these stag reels was The Nun’s Story. From the 1950’s-1970’s vibrators were sold in mail-order catalogs under “disguise”, such as back massagers, back scratchers, and nail buffer kits. but by 1973, In 1973, Betty Dodson started masturbation groups for women to raise their sexual consciousness. She wrote a book called, Sex for One that was such a huge hit, it was translated into eight languages. That same year, Eve’s Garden, a sex shop for women, opened in New York City. Good Vibrations followed nearly five years later in San Francisco.

Vibrators came back into the mainstream in the 1990s, thanks not to radical feminists but to the Reagan administration. With the public health threat of AIDS looming, Surgeon General C. Everett Koop mailed out a list of safe-sex options to every household in the land in the late 1980s. Vibrators were on it.

For more information of the history of this fabulous little machine, please see:
In 1999, Rachel Maines published The Technology of Orgasm, a provocative history of the vibrator that she spent 20 years researching. The Technology of Orgasm has become one of the best-selling histories of technology of all time.

A vibrator for your iPod

I don’t know where I’ve been, but apparently a french company has invented a vibrator for your iPod way back in 2007. This is just too awesome for words! You can bet it will be on my Christmas list this year! Check out the sexy commercial below, I’m sure you won’t be seeing it on TV in America.

Gotta love the French, they’re such bon vivants! A company by the name of Soft Paris has just introduced the “Oh Mi Bod” vibrator. Now, this is not just any ol’ pocket rocket! This one plugs into a dual jack that then plug’s into your iPod and then proceeds to vibrate to the beat of your favorite playlist. Now you can get your vibrate on to Biggie, Justin and Christina for just 79,00 €. According to the company, “this vibrator vibrates at the rate/rhythm and the intensity of your preferred music. Connect it to a any source of music and it will vibrate to the rate/rhythm of the selected music.”
• Connects to an iPod, mp3, CD player, laptop, Sony PSP etc.
• Vibrates at the rate/rhythm and the intensity of the music
• Can be used as an old school style, without being connected to a music player
• Comes with a dual mini jack that allows you to connect the ear-phones and the vibrator at the same time.
•Requires 2 AA batteries and a music player (not included).

Get healthy, have sex!

7 More Reasons To Have Sex

photo is from Hocus Pocus XXX and features Rocco Reed with Eva Angelina

There are plenty of great reasons to have sex: because it’s fun, because you want to feel close to your guy, because it’s a sure ticket to a good night’s sleep. but there are also significant health benefits to getting it on, according to many years of research, including:

1 A Longer Life

2 A Healthier Heart

3 Lower Blood Pressure

4 Less Risk of Breast Cancer for Women or Prostate Cancer for Men

5 Pain Relief

6 A Slimmer Body

7 Fewer Symptoms of Menopause

Stuart Brody, PH.D., the University of the West of Scotland professor who pored over decades’ worth of sex studies, concluded that intercourse delivers the most benefits – but we say any kind of sex that makes you feel food is good news.

( June 2010)

Say YES to sex toys!

Adults Like Their Toys, Too!

Latest Adam & Eve Sex Survey Reveals 82% of American Adults Use Sex Toys!

Hillsborough, NC — Apparently, children aren’t the only ones who know the importance of a good toy. This month’s results from Adam & Eve’s “Great American Sex Survey” show 82% of adults use toys as well!

Adam & Eve, America’s most trusted source for adult products, discovered that either alone or with a partner, adult toy use is widely accepted and on the upswing. In fact, an additional 3.2% of respondents said they intend to use adult products in the future.

Interestingly, nearly all the respondents (94%) feel that adult products can be a part of a healthy relationship.

Among respondents’ favorite adult products were toys (87%) and personal lubricants (79%). After these, the next most selected products were adult videos (72%), sexy lingerie (66%) and massage oils (64%).

Sex and relationship expert Dr. Kat Scarbo says, “Adding toys to a couple’s bedroom repertoire can improve communication and overall satisfaction with sex. I suggest toys and adult videos to clients to give them permission to explore what works for them in the bedroom. Overwhelmingly, nearly all my clients have reported that incorporating these items has lead to healthier, happier relationships.”

Chad Davis, Marketing Director for Adam & Eve, agrees. “These results reveal an increasingly positive attitude toward sex and sexuality. We are very encouraged by these findings since they bode well for our business,” says Davis. “Adam & Eve has nearly 40 years of experience and over 10 million customers who can attest to the joy adult toys bring them.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices. For questions for Dr. Kat’s podcast, call her 24/7 Listener Line at 213-270-1968. For more information about Adam & Eve, visit their website at

How to tell if she’s a screamer

How can you tell if a chick is going to be a screamer? Jut by looking at her! Women with larger chins have more testosterone, making her hornier! However this doesn’t mean that she’ll be more vocal. To tell, you have to look at the way she walks. Girls with the most hip motion, are reported to be the most vaginally orgasmic and sexually adventurous. 80% of girls who take long strings (which swings the hips more) are more adept at achieving vaginal orgasms as opposed to girls that take small, dainty steps, and are more likely to scream when they cum.

So next time you’re out picking up chicks, make sure you check out her walk and not just her looks!