1. JAMA article showing the prevelance of sexual dysfunction to be 30% for men and 40% for women. Also, shows the seriousness of the problem to the emotions and physical well being of both men and women (but seems to be more problematic for women). Also, shows, ironically and tragically, that the amount of research on the women side is relatively scant.
2. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists,Practice Bulletin. Clinical Management Guidelines for Obstetrician-Gynecologists. No. 119. Apirl 2011 [Therapy available, hormones and psychotherapy–that’s it]
3. (American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume 185, Issue 2 (August 2001))
“Two conclusions emerge from this review. First, the widespread acceptance of the reality of the G-spot goes well beyond the available evidence. It is astonishing that examinations of only 12 women, of whom only 5 “had” G-spots, form the basis for the claim that this anatomic structure exists. Second, on the basis of the existing anatomic studies reviewed above, it seems unlikely that a richly innervated patch of tissue would have gone unnoticed for all these years. Until a thorough and careful histologic investigation of the relevant tissue is undertaken, the G-spot will remain a sort of gynecologic UFO: much searched for, much discussed, but unverified by objective means.”