Too loud groaning during sex? Here's why...
14 January 2016, 11:43
Love making is an art akin to making a movie. It's a cinch that for a movie to get accolades both from critics and fans, the actors must ooze impeccable talent, the scenes need to be directed in a sagacious manner and oh, the soundtrack must no doubt be apt and in tune with the theme of the movie.
As soundtracks are to movies, so are moans, groans, squeaks, whimpers, shrieks and howls of pleasure to love-making. It is also an open secret that women tend to be louder than men during sex. However, if her screams are too loud, then these might be the reasons:
The bonking is giving her more pain than pleasure
Reasons for this range from your huge rod to abdominal pain. If she screams with every thrust then perhaps it's not because you are the Zeus of bedminton; you could be causing her pain.
Read Also: Why mind-blowing sex won’t get him to commit
She is faking it
Especially if you are pathetic and she wants it over and done with. A woman would pretend to be going bonkers, pulling her hair, wailing the air out of her lungs just to buttress a man's ego and send him crash landing like a helicopter. So gentlemen, next time she is too loud, perhaps it is a mechanism to get you to the finish line.
You are exceptionally good
It would amount to fallacy if one would be oblivious of the fact that mind boggling sex would render a woman temporarily insane. If she is comfortable with you, a woman can let loose and get lost in the moment. Nothing crowns her confidence and comfort in you than when you hit it damn good. Oh, her screams might not wake the dead but it might earn you respect and chiding from the neighbors in equal measure.
Women are an enigma that only the creator can unravel. Unless you are pretty good at discerning, you can scintilla tell if her war cry is because of pain, faking it or pleasure. Good luck with that.
For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!
Disclaimer: All articles and letters published on MyNews24 have been independently written by members of News24's community. The views of users published on News24 are therefore their own and do not necessarily represent the views of News24. News24 editors also reserve the right to edit or delete any and all comments received.