By popular demand, today we address the controversial question around sexual functioning, is there really a G-spot? And if there is, how do we find it? Fast forward to sexual health after 50, how does menopause affect the elusive G-spot, or not? While some women state – without a doubt – that there is a G-spot, the majority of women are not so sure. What category do you fall into? Surprisingly, according to sexual health experts, there may be some good news for women over 50. Thinning vaginal walls caused by loss of estrogen due to menopause may actually make it easier to find, access and stimulate the G-spot! Which just goes to show that good sex isn’t all about being young! Have an opinion? Let us know what you think!

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