BRITISH women are calling for an 'unprecedented national effort' after new scientific evidence suggested the fabled G-spot may be real.
Researchers last night unveiled blurred images which they claim confirm the existence of the region, dismissed for centuries as a cruel myth.
Professor Henry Brubaker said: "Einstein was right. There's definitely something up there."
Demand for a full-scale expedition is now at fever-pitch with millions of women signing petitions, sending emails and grabbing politicians by the neck and pinning them to wall.
Marjorie Kenilworth, president of the Women's Institute, said: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of sending a probe to the G-spot and returning it safely to the back of the bedroom drawer.
"No single project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important for the long-range exploration of our tubes."
She added: "We go to the G-spot, not because it is easy, but because it is hard."
The Institute wants an immediate £10 billion injection to complete the development of the Denzel Washington probe, and provide plenty of scented candles.
Mrs Kenilworth added: "After the near misses of the Clooney and Pitt programmes, the Denzel V remains our last, best hope. God speed."