Last month, scientists looking for actual physical proof of the g-spot completed their work, presumably to choruses of “I told you so!” from unsatisfied women everywhere.
Publishing in BJOG, scientists say that the g-spot is a bundle of veins, small arteries, and nerves. In seven of the women studied, the g-spot was on the left side, and on one women, the right. They also say that the tail end of the g-spot has a band-like structure, which protrudes out of the vaginal wall.
So, there you have it: the g-spot exists, it has a real anatomical structure, and you will be expected to find it. It may take some time, though.