Most women use the "Quiet And Quick" rule when it comes to sex. We are taught to be quiet and to have sex as quickly as possible. Maybe it's from our childhood, when self-pleasuring was something we had to keep secret. But the truth is that if we make sounds during sex, it does something magical to lovemaking.
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This story was originally published on CNN. CNN All you have to do is watch nearly any depiction of female orgasm on screen to get an idea of how a woman is "supposed" to react during sex. Photos: Hollywood's steamiest sex scenes. It isn't the first movie with risque scenes that had moviegoers titillated. Hide Caption. Their initial sleepover, set to the tune of Maxwell's "Sumthin' Sumthin'," is one that'll threaten to set fire to your TV. Years later, there is still talk about hidden messages.
What noises do you make during sex? Some people are all about the moans and the dirty talk, while others are the silent type. There's a huge range in the type of noises that people make and, it turns out, in the type of noises people find sexy in bed.
I was sure that moany sex meant better sex; to me, the women who used those sounds while they humped were the poster children of the sexually free. I suspected that they were having the coitus of champions, which meant, of course, that there was something I was missing out on. As the years went on, I had other boyfriends, but my decibel level remained disappointingly similar.