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Making noise during sex has Pleasure-Boosting

Making noise during sex has Pleasure-Boosting. Even though the tides are changing in terms of sex positivity, being outspoken about the pursuit of pleasure isn’t necessarily something with which all people are comfortable. Beyond feeling a need to be quiet about sex, many of us feel the need to keep quiet during sex, too.

In the same way, vocalizations—grunts, moans, screams, and so on—during sex may increase the force in each stroke, hop, or thrust.”

Additionally, vocalizing during sex can make a partnered experience more intimate because it can signal pleasure, which can then boost confidence in a partner’s performance

Expert tips for making noise during sex to up your pleasure experience

Let’s say you’re now interested in making noise during sex, but nerves are still holding you back. To help you build the confidence to get louder, Dr Morse suggests practising by taking deeper breaths when masturbating. Focus on the exhale, and try to play around with different levels of moans and breath.

“Not only will breathing allow you to feel more comfortable, but it also relaxes your pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for your orgasm,” says Dr. Morse. “When you have to think about the noise, it distracts from being present in the moment. The key is to find your own sex voice and avoid trying to mimic something you’ve seen in a movie or porn. If you’re not used to making noise, it’ll never feel authentic for you and might prevent you from even trying.”

If volume control is more so the issue, King recommends bringing a pillow into play to muffle super-loud pleasure noises without stifling them. “Using a pillow also adds to the excitement of being able to dial up the volume with your noises, but in a secretive way,” King says. “Fully letting go during sex while making sure you’re being covert adds an adventurous nature to the experience.”

And if you really want to take things to the next level, you can also gamify the experience. Create a challenge where you and your partner agree to have a conversation (not inclusive of dirty talk) during sex instead of moaning or screaming.

“You two can talk about any random thing so that you can be as loud as you want without bothering your roommates or neighbors with sex noises because they’ll just assume you two are having a regular chat,” says King. “Then the person who gives in first and ends up moaning or screaming owes their partner $10 or has to do their chores for the rest of the day.”

Honestly, it feels like everyone wins in that scenario.

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