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The G-spot: A modern gynecologic myth

      As the two researchers who named the sensitive area felt through the anterior vaginal wall halfway between the back of the pubic bone and the cervix, along the course of the urethra, the “Gräfenberg spot,” we felt we should respond to Terence M. Hines' poorly researched article “The G-spot: A modern gynecologic myth.”
      • Hines TM
      The G-spot: a modern gynecologic myth.
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