Demystify the G-Spot Location: Discover the Many Sensational Thunkspots

A Deliberate Orgasm Article

Now men and women can demystify the G-spot location. Further your education about the many pleasurable Thunkspots inside a woman’s vagina.

The term G-spot made a splash into pop culture in 1982 due to a best selling sexuality book. In a society hungry for more information about female pleasure, the idea and all of its promise took off. Ever since then, people have been discussing and writing about the elusive spot. However, because a woman’s anatomy is unique to her, looking for the G-spot has not been a reliable pursuit for her orgasm. Women and men have been trying to find the G-spot location with only part of the information on clitoral anatomy. To be successful, people require an understanding of the connections between stimulation of her clitoris and spots located inside the vagina. 

The G-spot Location

The commercially-known G-spot is just one of the many sensational spots inside a woman’s vagina. The G-spot is simply the underneath side of the clitoris where it forks, becoming the clitoral legs or crura. The legs of the clitoris run adjacent to the urethral sponge. This area is the most prone to engorgement and is highly sensational, therefore, has drawn the most attention.

The vagina has no pressure-sensitive nerve endings, but there are pressure-sensitive nerve endings in the deeper tissue.

When the clitoris, internally and externally, is properly engorged, many sensational spots inside of a woman’s vagina emerge and can be discovered for pleasurable stimulation.

We call all of these sensitive spots Thunkspots.

What are Thunkspots?

Thunkspots: Pressure sensitive spots accessible inside a woman’s vagina when she is properly engorged.

It is widely publicized that the clitoris contains more than 8,000 pressure sensitive nerve endings. What people are now realizing is that the clitoris extends into much of the body’s pelvic area. The clitoris can engorge 2-3 times its normal size.

The Importance of Engorgement

So what is engorgement and what is the best way to create it? The clitoris and the whole of the genitals is just one of several areas in the human body composed of erectile tissue. Engorgement is when these erectile tissues fill with blood.

Stimulating the glans of the clitoris using Deliberate Orgasm is the most effective and pleasurable way to create engorgement in a woman’s genitals, making the Thunkspots accessible. This creates the potential for intensely pleasurable sensation during intercourse or with manual penetration.

Exercise for Greater Engorgement

A fun way to experiment with engorgement is by doing your own sensual research. Next time you are stroking your own or your partner’s clitoris, gently insert the index finger of your opposite hand into the vagina. Go just up to the first knuckle, and simply feel. Resume stroking the clitoris, while continuing to feel the fingertip inside the vagina. Notice the degree of engorgement during the interim. Do this several times, taking note of any changes, no matter how slight or subtle it may feel.

By creating more engorgement in a woman’s genitals, all of the sensual experiences you have together will be more enjoyable and pleasurable for both partners.

Locate and stimulate all of her Thunkspots pleasurably. Explained and demonstrated in the video Manual Penetration while DOing—Thunkspots.


anatomy diagram the g-spot location
Learn the G-spot location and how to find and stimulate all of her Thunkspots pleasurably. Explained and demonstrated in the video Manual Penetration while DOing—Thunkspots.