No, not all women necessarily have a g spot. Lending to its controversy, the g spot experience is not universal and like many myths about sex, the search for its existence became more important than the research to understand it. An interview with famed sexologist Beverly Whipple later revealed that naming the g spot “got all out of hand” because it spurred the misinformation about an anatomical “place” as opposed to an experience.
This may be an important time to acknowledge that the allure of the female g spot tends to intrigue people who are most interested in penetrative sex. Remember, the majority of people assigned female at birth can experience outstanding orgasms through clitoral stimulation, which requires no internal stimulation.
As sex therapists, we can tell you that understanding your motivation for sexual experiences is the most important factor to increasing your pleasure, so in your quest to access the female g spot, it’s important to understand your “why” behind this mission. In other words, your interest in this should be for you, your own curiosity and understanding and not to fulfill the request or interest of another person.