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. Some noises turned almost everyone on, but others didn't fare so well. But before we drive into them, it's important to remember that you should never force yourself to make or not make any noises in the bedroom. Just because moaning might be considered "sexy" to some people doesn't mean you should start imitating a porn star. You need to do what feels right for you in the moment. Really, the most important noise in the bedroom is good communication — no matter what form that comes in.
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Master the art of bed banter with these tips. Does the thought of your partner saying, "talk dirty to me" send you into a panic? You're not alone if the prospect of dirty talk beyond "yes" and miscellaneous moans makes you feel awkward. Here's some good news to take the pressure off: When it comes to sounding sultry, women can easily sex-up the sound of their voice, while men simply cannot, according to an Albright College study.
Looking at porn, GIFs, and other sexual imagery can be an incredible turn-on. Toward that end, over the past few years, the genre of audio porn has blossomed in the form of websites and apps. Some crowdsource stories and sounds from users themselves, while others contain professionally written stories to please your ears. The best thing about them is, you can let your own imagination fill in the visuals — no toggling with your screen mid-session. Here are a few platforms to check out if you want to lay back, close your eyes, and let sound immerse you in a symphony of sexual pleasure. One of the oldest erotica sites on the internet, Literotica offers many ways to consume erotic material, audio snippets being one of them.
A fun night on Deborah's squeaky bed. When she screams out she squirts. It's like a geyser.