“When I was in my 20s, I didn’t have any g-spot problems.
I thought that my g-spots were my own fault and that I was just the way I was.
But that’s not true.
That’s because it’s a really hard thing to get right.
The way my g’s look is the way it is, because I’ve always been a guy, I know how to fix it.”
— John, 40, Seattle, Washington “If you look at the difference between my vision and that of a man who’s 40, that’s a big difference.
I can still see things clearly.
The problem is, it’s hard to fix.
There are no shortcuts.
There’s nothing to look for.
I have a hard time adjusting my glasses, even if they were perfect, because they’re a little bit hard to get perfect.”
— Adam, 45, Dallas, Texas “If I look at it and I say, ‘I have no g-Spot problems,’ and I try to get it fixed, it just becomes very frustrating.
You have to be really, really careful.
When I first started using glasses, I was very, very careful.
I looked at the glass, and I was like, ‘That’s my g, my g is not there.’
I had to work on it.”