Wednesday, July 13, 2011
I Typed "Why Women Moans during Sex" and i found 888,000 answers in Google.
After studying through the answers, i found out that women moans during Sex because :
1. Gayle Brewer of the University of Central Lancashire and Colin A. Hendrie of the University of Leeds found that there tended to be a synchrony of the vocalization of pleasure and the achievement of orgasm during both foreplay and afterplay, but no synchrony during intercourse itself.
The vocalizations tend to increase in intensity to coincide with the male orgasm. This shows that sometimes women do consciously control their sounds of pleasure, but they do so during penetrative sex: “80% of females reported making copulatory vocalizations even when they knew they were not going to orgasm themselves.”
Some reasons they gave for this is to be relieved of discomfort and/or boredom, “because of time limitations,” and to make their partners feel good about themselves.
What do women get out of this? Perhaps women use conscious vocalization during intercourse to control the timing of the male orgasm and ejaculation. Evolutionarily speaking, it speeds up the process of receiving the male’s semen while ending the female’s discomfort and risks of injury and infection. Also, boosting the male’s self-esteem can be used as a strategy to “strengthen the pair bond,” making it less likely that the male will cheat.
2. One link in the wiki.answers.com said > Boys don't moan as loud as girls because the female have more nerves in their genital system, therefore trigging off more nerves which make them orgasm quicker, and louder.
3. Go Ask Alice said Moaning is a way of communicating or expressing excitement and pleasure. Some women and men moan as a signal to let their partner know that the sensation feels good. Others utter sounds and let their bodies move freely as they "lose control" and allow themselves to be part of the sexual and satisfying experience.
Moaning doesn't only happen during sex. Some people make small sounds while kissing, giving or receiving a massage, or snuggling.
4. Caroline Cartwright, a 48-year-old housewife from Wearside, England, made world headlines in April 2009 after she was remanded in custody for having "excessively noisy sex."
The cops took her in after neighbours complained of hearing her "shouting and groaning" and her "bed banging against the wall of her home."
Cartwright has, quite reasonably, defended her inalienable right to be a howler: "I can't stop making noise during sex. It's unnatural to not make any noises, and I don't think that I am particularly loud."
So how did Cartwright's expressions of noisy joy become a police case?
Because, unbelievably, Cartwright had previously been served with an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) – a civil order that is used to control the minutiae of British people's behaviour – that forbade her from making "excessive noise during sex" anywhere in England.
5. Women also moans openly in full view of the public and heard by millions of people as shown in these 2 videos below :
6. Moaning too loud during intimate moments also invites unwanted attentions and the end result, millions of people worldwide hears your moments of pleasure!!!
Thanks for reading.... Enjoyyyy....