Title text: The BBC lead was 'The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.' I couldn't read it with a straight face.
In this comic, a live press conference has been held due to a peer-reviewed study suggesting the G-Spot may not exist. But the press have entered the wrong meeting where Cueball (the researcher) has performed a study on solar cells. So initially he tries to claim that he has not been researching the G-Spot. But he also ends up shamefully admitting that he has tried but failed finding it anyway. That is, he has had difficulty making his lover orgasm through the use of G-spot stimulation.
In the title text Randall notes that he could not read the lead from the BBC story: The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it. with a straight face. This is probably because Randall assumes that "hunted for it" means the researchers had frequent sexual intercourse.
- [To the left of the main comic there is an explanation text without a frame around it:]
- A study published in the journal of sexual medicine suggests that the g-spot may not actually exist.
- We go live to the researchers' press conference:
- [Two reporters with microphones, Ponytail and a Cueball-like guy, stand below a podium where Cueball stands behind a lectern. Ponytail reach out with her microphone towards Cueball:]
- Ponytail: Is it true you've been unable to find evidence that the G-spot exists?
- [Zoom in on Cueball and the top of the lectern:]
- Cueball: My research is in solar cells. I think you have the wrong press conference.
- [Beat panel with the same view as before.]
- [Same view but now Cueball hangs his head.]
- Cueball: But... yes.
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