Good Vibrations (www.goodvibes.com), the legendary San Francisco-based company that takes pride in providing accurate information on sexuality and toys for grown-ups, is proud to announce that February is official National G-Spot Month.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 1, 2010 -- Good Vibrations (www.goodvibes.com), the legendary San Francisco-based company that takes pride in providing accurate information on sexuality and toys for grown-ups, is proud to announce that February is official National G-Spot Month.
There has been a lot of talk in the media lately about whether this part of the anatomy really exists. CNN recently published an article about research done at Kings College, London on a large group of female twins that claimed the G-Spot is a myth, since not all the women believed they had such a thing -- even though the study itself was phrased in a way that showed the researchers didn't know how to correctly describe the thing they were trying to discover. Joy Behar dedicated an entire show to the topic, and sex experts across the globe have raised their voices on the subject all over the Internet.
So, just as they did a decade and a half ago when masturbation was being misrepresented in the news, Good Vibrations has decided it is necessary to put the speculation, uncertainty and inadequate science to rest and announce that yes, Virginia, there is indeed a G-Spot. They are dedicating their educational resources for the entire month of February to help dispel the mystery.
Dr. Carol Queen, widely published sexuality and sexual health author and staff sexologist at Good Vibrations, who for almost 20 years has offered her personal and professional experience to explain the anatomy, history and function of the G-Spot, said, “While every woman probably has one, surprisingly few women or their partners know where the G-Spot is, let alone how best to stimulate it,” says Queen. “Without an understanding of how it functions, the G-Spot does indeed seem to be missing from many women's anatomy -- but the problem is with our sex information, not our bodies, and if you have the right map it's much easier to find!"
Dr. Queen, who also writes for the City Brights bloggers section of the San Francisco Chronicle's website, sfgate.com, devoted her most recent column to debunking the problematic research on the topic.
For the entire month of February, goodvibes.com will feature the following crucial information for G-spot explorers:
About Good Vibrations
Good Vibrations (www.goodvibes.com) is the San Francisco-based retailer trusted for more than three decades to provide a comfortable, safe environment for finding sex-positive products and educational materials to enhance one’s sex life. Good Vibrations offers its products through its retail stores and website: www.goodvibes.com.
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