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G-spot, the:

A hard to detect erogenous zone 1 to 1.5 inches across, located approximately 2 inches deep beyond the vaginal entrance.
Etymology: Named by American researchers Beverley Whipple and John D . Perry in 1982 in honor of the German physician Ernst Grafenberg who first noted that regions sensitivity to stimulation in 1950.
See Also: beauty mark, bed bugs, C-light, cloven inlet, cookie crumbs, damp patch, hard breathing, Irish confetti, tit in a wringer, transdetector

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