I, for one, am not believing this at all. I know that I have many different kinds of orgasms, and if that isn't a G-spot causing the particular kind I'm thinking of, I'd like to know what is there! It's certainly not my clit! Plus, I squirt, and there's only one way to make that happen, and it's from what I always presumed to be a G-spot orgasm.
The research itself seems pretty bogus, but I'm interested in hearing everyone's thoughts on this. Do you think it's a myth? Is the G-spot an imaginary marketing tool to make women and man feel inadequate? My personal, mostly uneducated opinion is that some women have more of one than others, some like it when it's touched, others don't. ('Cause, you know, everyone's different.)