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Noisy sex can ensure orgasm achievement

December 19, 2012
Noisy sex can ensure orgasm achievement

Last years scientist started to pay their attention to the things, very interesting for us, ordinary people from the Earth. This time they get down to those sweet vocalizations we usually wake all the neighbors around. That's right, we are talking about sounds women make during having sex.

According to the data taken from the Archives of Sexual Behavior (Brewer, G. & Hendrie, C. A. Evidence to suggest that copulatory vocalizations in women are not a reflective consequences of orgasm.), women screams and moans play additional role in sexual intercourse: they also help to achieve orgasm for their partners. Researchers examined reports from 71 heterosexual female participants of the study and revealed rather curious feature: those “passionate vocalizations” peaked right before or even during male partners' ejaculation. In the same time about 80% of study partakers confessed in “making noises” during sex without achieving orgasm. The main goal of such a “play” was to help their mates to experience an orgasm. “These sounds can be a sign of a partner’s pleasure and can excite a man to orgasm. In fact, 2 out of 3 women report that they make noises during sex to assist with their partner’s orgasm and 87% say they do this to make their partners feel good,” - researchers say.

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