The Surprising Reason Why Women Actually Moan During Lovemaking


The Surprising Reason Why Women Actually Moan During Lovemaking

It is no secret that women tend to be the loudest partner during lovemaking. Some people think this is because women are just naturally inclined to make more noise, while others think it may be due to their expectations of what enjoyable lovemaking ought to sound like. A new study published by Brewer and Hendrie at the University of Central Lancashire has revealed the reasons behind the noises that women make while having an experience with a male partner.

The Surprising Reason Why Women Actually Moan During Lovemaking

The study examined what they refer to as “copulatory vocalizations” in 71 women who were in a physical relationship, and the aim was to see if these vocalizations were involuntary or intentional. The researchers talked to the women to discover when climax was most often occurring. This survey showed that the female test subjects were most likely to climax during self manipulation or foreplay with a partner. During the actual act of penetration, women were the least likely to achieve a climax.

However, the data collected by the researchers showed that copulatory vocalizations did not occur during the moment of female climax. Though the researchers expected that more sounds were present during female climax, this was not the case at all. Instead, women were most likely to express copulatory vocalizations when their male partner was climaxing. The specific most common time for a woman to make noise turned out to be slightly before or precisely when the male partner was climaxing. Therefore, it turns out that even if it is subconscious, women seem to make copulatory vocalizations more for their male partner’s pleasure than as an expression of their own desire.

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