Let me preface all of this by saying that there’s no ‘one reason’ behind why some women moan so loud during sex. Research has put forth several viable reasons behind this sexy phenomenon.
Moving on, we’re here to talk about loud orgasms today and why they happen. Some research was conducted into this field back in 2011, and unfortunately, it didn’t evolve robots flickin’ beans to track really loud orgasms. Instead, they worked with female participants in the study to track their vocalizations throughout copulation:
The researchers found that many of the women did make noise but not necessarily while they were having an orgasm. Instead, 66% said that they moaned to speed up their partner’s climax, and 87% stated that they vocalized during sex to boost his self-esteem.
“While female orgasms were most commonly experienced during foreplay, copulatory vocalizations were reported to be made most often before and simultaneously with male ejaculation,” the researchers wrote. Women also reported making noise to relieve boredom, fatigue and pain/discomfort during sex.”If you’re faking an orgasm, you are signaling to your partner that he is doing everything right, when in fact he isn’t,” sex educator and author Patty Brisben said. “Use moaning as a way of signaling that you are excited and things really are feeling good, not as a way to hide that they aren’t.”
They weren’t able to conclude any one reason for vocalization during sex. There hasn’t been enough research in this area for scientists to draw and concrete conclusions. I’m willing to take one for the team here and donate my body to science. If researchers need men to help women achieve vocalization in bed I’ll fall on that sword.