Dr. Sawyer: Theoretically, the G spot is located 1-3 inches up the front (anterior) wall of the vagina, between the vaginal opening and the urethra. I say “theoretically” as many experts question the very existence of the G spot. Named in the 1940s after German gynecologist Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, the G spot has long been considered a place that is extremely sensitive, and when stimulated can lead to orgasm, multiple orgasms and even female ejaculation. Some physiologists have suggested that the G spot is an internal extension of the clitoris and that’s the reason for its receptivity to stimulation. However, the question that has never been effectively answered is, how is it that while your best friend is howling with orgasmic delight and saturating your new blinds with G spot-induced ejaculatory fluid, you aren’t feeling much at all, despite the torrid efforts of your latest lover? Doesn’t seem fair, right, and there are many studies that would suggest that the G spot is more fact than fiction. In the meantime, if you can locate this pleasurable little spot without your GPS, enjoy it, because clearly not everyone can!