Humans are a noisy bunch when it comes to sex. But have you ever wondered why? The technical term for the noises we make during sex is copulatory vocalizations. Scientists have been studying these vocalizations for decades in humans and animals, from chimps to birds to squirrels. The body of research so far suggests that these noises occur for all kinds of reasons. The first and perhaps most obvious function of copulatory vocalizations is sexual communication.
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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. By the time I was with Dave, my sonic landscape was still most closely matched with a library. I wanted to take a closer look at what I might be missing out on.
Remember Me. Or maybe you think of the other night when you let a noise slip mid-romp that — wait, actually made the moment so much hotter for the both of you? Moaning during sex is basically a power-up in the bedroom.