What your moan could mean during sex

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Find out what yours could mean.

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You’re responding to pleasure

Sounds during sex are usually involuntary and this is a way your body reacts to the pleasure you’re getting from sex. Pleasurable moans can vary from subtle to very loud or a combination of the two.

You’re using it to increase your libido

Having to switch minds from work mode to sex mode can be quiet hard for people who run a busy life. Moaning during foreplay can help you get back in the sex zone. It removes you from the everyday stress to living in your intimate moment and enjoying it.

You’re using it to change his rhythm

The slow and sensual moan says to him ‘yes, you’re doing it the way I like it’ whilst the uncomfortable moan says ‘you just went too far, it hurts’. Moaning is a great way to guide him on what he can and cannot do.

You need him to come quick

Moaning increases pleasure, for both men and women. For those not in the mood, moaning helps to hurry things up. It helps with faking the big O and to also make him reach orgasms faster.

You’re responding to pain

Sex injuries happen unexpectedly and should you suddenly get a lep cramp whilst having sex you’ll moan and often men don’t know how to differentiate between a moan of pleasure and a moan of pain and the best way is to teach him.

To make the experience better

Sex on its own is hot, and messy, however noisy and loud sex is even better.

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