Loud Sex! – Is Your Girl Really Faking the Big “O”?

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If your girl’s screaming out your name for the whole street to hear, is it all for show? Does loud sex really mean she’s faking it?

So you keep hearing your next-door neighbor’s girlfriend moaning and shouting way into the wee hours of the night. You think, “Man, they must be having such mind-blowing monkey sex!” or, “That guy must be a huge sex machine!”

As for you, you’re also turned on by women who are loud and raunchy in bed. You think that just because they’re very expressive in bed, they’re simply letting themselves loose as they get carried away in the utmost throes of the bliss that you’re serving up to them. But is this really the case? Is it true that if your girl is loud, it means you’re doing a great job and hitting all the right spots? Or are all those bedroom vocalizations just cinematic license on her part?

Most importantly, is loud sex really good sex?

Here, we’ll pick out the myths from the facts to see if you’re really the legend in bed as you think you are, or if your girl is just faking it through her moans. [Read: How to tell your neighbors to keep their sex life quiet]

Loud sex: why are women loud during sex?

Many women are actually loud in bed. They moan, scream, loudly say their partner’s name, tell them to go faster or harder, or bark orders like a sex-driven dominatrix. In fact, a British study has showed that all of the 71 sexually active women studied do vocalize during sex, but this is not because they are having orgasms.

Here are the real reasons why your woman is loud during sex:

#1 It’s her response to pleasure. One of the most common reasons she moans in bed is because she’s simply loving what you’re doing. She’s probably one of those girls who is actually genuinely expressive when it comes to what she likes.

When something pleasurable happens to her, like dipping in a warm bath after a tiring day, or taking a sip from an exceptionally good cup of coffee, her sighs and moans are just an audible and involuntary response. So give her the benefit of the doubt. [Read: Foreplay done right – The art of really turning her on]

#2 She wants to turn herself on. So she’s moaning and getting loud pretty early on in your lovemaking sesh? This could also be because she wants to turn herself on. After all, getting horny doesn’t always come instantly, no matter how much foreplay you do. For her, there will be times when she’s probably too preoccupied or worried about something else in her life, and moaning is one of the most effective ways of getting herself in the mood and turning herself on. [Read: How to turn a girl on and excite her mind]

#3 She wants you to feel sexy. If you’ve had sex with someone who’s completely silent, then you probably know just how much of a difference a little vocalization makes. Having someone who moans, sighs, screams, or even grunts in bed enhances the overall experience. This is because it also makes you feel sexy, since there’s this preconceived notion that her moaning is proportionate to how good you are in bed. Loud sex also even encourages you to perform well and enhances your libido.

#4 She is telling you something. Whether she’s explicitly giving you orders or making different vocalizations, the sounds coming out of her mouth are also great vocal cues that will give you a good idea of what she wants and doesn’t want you to do.

So if you’re doing something she likes, she’ll tell you, “Oh yes!” or something along those lines. Then you know you’re on the right track and you should keep doing what you’re doing. However, when you’re doing something she doesn’t like, you’ll probably hear her less, or she might actually let you know with a “Not there, baby” and guide you to the right place. [Read: 23 things girls wish guys knew about a girl’s mind]

#5 Change the tempo. The tempo of her moans and heavy breathing can also be a great indicator of how fast and hard you should go. The faster her sex sounds, the faster your rhythm should be. If she suddenly stops or makes a pained sound, then this might mean you are going too hard or too fast. Sometimes, women like men to think they’re in charge, but what’s really happening is that they’re the ones telling you just what to do and how to do it, if very subtly.

#6 She wants you to feel good. When she moans in pleasure, you’ll know it. Her sex sounds are also a way for her to compliment just how well you’re doing and how fantastically you’re doing her. Think about it as an ego boost for you, right in the most intimate and most private moment that you share. She doesn’t have to use words, because the sounds she makes and how loudly she makes them is like your badge of honor, whether or not there are third-party listeners around. [Read: What women want in bed to feel sexy and loved]

#7 She doesn’t want sex to be boring. Sex is primal. It’s hot, sexy, raunchy, messy—and it is expectedly loud. There’s no better way to instantly limp down a rock-hard penis than being a quiet, frigid woman in bed. Some vocalizations are always a welcome addition to the bedroom repertoire, whether these are just low whimpers or top-of-the-lung shouts. These make the perfect natural soundtrack that can liven up your romp so you can both get into the moment and give your best performances every time. [Read: How to spice up your sex life in 30 sexy ways]

#8 It’s her response to pain. Aside from pleasures, sounds can be a manifestation of pain. Moans, grunts, and “aaahs” can also be an indication of painful sex for whatever reason. Therefore, you have to tune in to the sounds that she makes so you can always be sure that she’s comfortable and finding pleasure from all your efforts.

Loud sex: signs she’s just faking it

Of course, there are also those women who are overdoing it on bedroom noises, and you should watch out for those. Here are some signs that she’s faking it—and you need to only follow your ears to figure it out:

#1 Too loud too soon. Is she being loud in bed early on? She may be turned on, but not turned on enough to be making involuntary sounds that loudly that early on. In fact, men come quicker than women, so it would take it a while for her to get her “O”—unless you’re really just that good!

#2 It sounds rehearsed. Your gal may be watching too much porn to the point that it translates to her actual persona while the two of you are at it. Well, if she’s faking arousal and her orgasms, you’ll know it because it’ll sound fake and won’t match up with your rhythms or her facial expressions. [Read: 10 surefire ways to know if she’s faking her orgasm]

#3 You’re wondering yourself. So she starts shouting and writhing and being loud and dirty on you. If you’re left wondering how in the world you have made it possible to make her so damn pleasured, then that’s a red flag that she’s just putting on a show. [Read: 12 things guys do that makes girls want to fake it]

So there you have it. Most girls can tend to express themselves in bed with the softest sighs, or they may even be screaming out your name at the top of their lungs. It’s their way of expressing themselves, as well as getting you both in the mood for some good loving.

However, there’s always the possibility of overdoing things, which many women confess to doing for the reasons stated above. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you suck at sex, though. It could just be her way of making you feel special and appreciated. [Read: 9 more reasons why women moan and groan in bed]

So whether loud sex is really being faked or not, the only way to get to the bottom of it is to properly communicate with her. Be open to her feedback and use it to improve your performance in bed and make your bond even deeper and more intimate. Once you do this right, you can bet that you’ll have her screaming out… for real.

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2 thoughts on “Loud Sex! – Is Your Girl Really Faking the Big “O”?”

  1. ally says:

    I currently live under the idea of “I’m going to fake it until I make it” when it comes to having an orgasm with my partner. I have no issue getting off on my own and I am extremely happy with my sex life. Sex still feels amazing for me and I enjoy it immensely with my partner. I just don’t reach the finish line with him. My partner has made me come extremely close to finishing many times but again I’ve never been able to cum with him. Also, this is the philosophy I’ve maintained throughout all of my previous sexual relationships as well. I don’t like the idea of lying to my partner, but I would rather do that then make him feel disappointment or frustration for not being able to get me off. Honestly, I feel like I will be able to finish with him eventually (as he has made me come very close to cumming) so my thinking is why mention a problem that will not be a problem much longer. The reason I am pondering this is recently the idea of getting married was brought up and I really do see myself spending the rest of my life with this person. I just want to make sure we are in the best possible point in our relationship (which may require me to tell him I’ve been faking it but it also may not have to be this way) to do so. So here are my questions, those who continued to fake orgasms, are you happy with your sex life and relationship? Did you eventually reach the point where you could orgasm with your partner and are happy with the decision to stay silent? Those who told your partner, what happened to the relationship and are you happy with the results? Did you eventually reach the point where you could orgasm with your partner?

  2. sensei says:

    I did it basically every time I had sex for many years. My ex was obsessed with bringing me to orgasm before we actually had sex by fingering me. It honestly didn’t matter to me at all if I actually came, and I wanted to move things along and not get to a point of pain from him fingering me for an extended period, and it made him happy. I’m fully aware of how it can be counterproductive and how I should’ve just taught him etc etc, but honestly it worked for me and never became any sort of issue. I’ve since stopped faking it though, and have taken the time to teach my current SO as well as learn about myself better and now I have real orgasms all the time. To any ladies in the same boat as me, I totally understand faking it but I also highly recommend real orgasms. I can come from PIV sex, but there are times when I guess you can say I “faked it.” Sometimes after the first or second time I come, I’ll feel like I’m going to come again and I’ll get….so…..close. The getting close to am orgasm seems like me actually having one because I’ll have all the telltale signs (start to squirm, muscles tense up, etc.) just I don’t get the final release. I think the men I’ve been with just ASSUME I had another orgasm, because they can’t tell that I didn’t actually have “full release.” I really don’t feel like saying afterwards, “Hey you know that last one? I didn’t actually orgasm, I just got really close.” I think they just assume it was another one. Last guy I dated asked me about it though (first guy to ever ask me). He asked, “Did you fake that last one?” and I answered honestly that, “No, I was just super close to orgasm but it didn’t happen.” So I think some men may mistake getting a lady really close with her actually orgasming. I’ve only had one partner actually ask when I would come, “Did you come?” I think other men just kind of assume at times or know that you liked it enough that they don’t bother to ask. I have a male friend who does this sometimes because his meds make it hard for him to finish and he doesn’t want anyone to feel hurt. Seriously, everyone should just BE HONEST. Faking an orgasm is a form of lying. And you are making it just a little worse for every girl that sleeps with your partner after you. As someone who has a lot of trouble orgasming with a partner, please stop making my (new) partners think that I’m super abnormal for having some trouble.

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