I read recently that there is still a significant proportion of the North American population does not believe that women have G Spots. The science seems to conform that there is something (either a g spot or an extension of the clitoris) in the area the G Spot is purported to be. But there is significant subjectivity and variability in women’s ability to feel stimulated when it is touched.
In out own experience, pleasure from the G Spot is something that evolves. For years, my wife never had vaginal orgasms and felt nothing when her G Spot area was stimulated. We had great sex, she had clitoral orgasms and she enjoyed vaginal sex, ut no G Spot orgasms. But things evolved. As we got more sexually experimental and open minded, a strange thing happened. Vaginal orgasms went from never to occasional to almost every time. As for the G Spot, she finds it every time.
So, if you haven’t found your G Spot, it doesn’t mean you don’t have one or that you simply haven’t found it. Your sexuality may just have to grow into it.