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Sara Davidson visited a Tantric sex seminar in Santa Monica, sceptical about the G spot, the vaginal orgasm, and female ejaculation. Now she is not so sure. This piece is extracted from a longer report in the US magazine Mirabella

By Sara Davidson   April 1997


January/February 1997

It is friday night and I am standing in the Wilshire room of the Sheraton Miramar in Santa Monica, registering for a workshop in Tantric sex. A friend I have known for 20 years, who urged me to do this waves and walks across the room. As I pin on my name tag, he says he has to go out of town in the morning. “I might be back Sunday. What I’ll miss is the stuff about sacred spot massage. You know, G spot?”

I look at him quizzically.

“Vaginal orgasm,” he says.

“Oh, come on,”…

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