Is it disturbing, ironic or shocking that the G-spot in women is named after a man? The German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg was the first to bring this spot to public attention in an article about female ejaculation in 1950. Although he was not as chauvinistic to name the spot after himself, the naming is thanks to the sex researchers Beverly Whipple and John Perry who in the late 1970 introduced it as the «Gräfenberg Spot», and in their 1982 bestseller book with the same title called it the G-spot. The book sold in over a million copies and made it a household word. The world has moved on. Is it time for re-naming of the maybe most female of all places?
Ps. Sorry, that this has to come from a man, the suggestion was offered to our local femininst group Ottar, without further enthusiastic response.