#6 The G-spot

September 1, 2016

Maybe you’ve heard about this magic button in the vagina that can give women amazing orgasms. What’s going on there? Is it magic… or is it science? Join us on a hunt for the elusive G-spot. Our guides: Prof. Beverly Whipple, who introduced America to the G-spot in the 1980s, and Prof. Helen O’Connell, a urologist and expert on female sexual anatomy.

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Diagram of the Clitoris

From NewScientist.com

 Clitoris Picture

Credits

This episode has been produced by Heather Rogers, Caitlin Kenney, Austin Mitchell, and Kaitlyn Sawrey.

Edited by Annie-Rose Strasser and Alex Blumberg. Fact Checking by Michelle Harris.

Production Assistance by Dr. Diane Wu and Shruti Ravindran.

Extra thanks to Lola Pellegrino, Andres Montoya Castillo, Rose Reid, Radio National’s Science Show — they make a podcast. It’s great.

Sound design and music production by Matthew Boll, mixed by Martin Peralta. Music written by Bobby Lord.

And be sure to check out our producer Austin Mitchell’s podcast Profiles:NYC.

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