On the other hand, some people find that vocalizing makes orgasms more enjoyable, and others like being able to communicate with their partners that way. Women are taught that their role in sex is to please others, whether that's by doing sexual favors, looking sexy, or sounding sexy. But now, I realize I don't have to do anything for my partners, especially if it takes away from my own enjoyment. When I got lost in the sensations and forgot to make noise, partners would remind me. This scene exemplifies how people think of the female orgasm : as synonymous with noise. So, I made a conscious effort to moan while they were pleasuring me.
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Mariam, 43, echoes this, telling Bustle, "I have had lovers who were concerned that my being quiet was an indication that I hadn't come and would tell me to 'loosen up'.
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Mariam, 43, echoes this, telling Bustle, "I have had lovers who were concerned that my being quiet was an indication that I hadn't come and would tell me to 'loosen up'. That's OK, too, as long as they're doing it because sex is better for them that way. Perhaps that's why a study in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that women were more likely to vocalize during their partners' orgasms than their own.