There are some questions about men that only a guy can answer. We asked the dudes at guyspeak.com (read more about them here), for their take on this dating conundrum:
Q: Do guys like it when girls make a lot of noise in bed?
I think it’s more of a personal preference thing on the “noise” in bed thing. However, one thing most men (and women for that matter) don’t like is a silent lover. You know what I’m talking about—the kind of person who basically just lays there while you do your business and never makes a single peep. Often times, we gauge how much the other person is enjoying him or herself—a goal for most of us—by reactions. The most evident reaction is noise of some sort. Whether that’s yelling out “peanut butter and jelly” or your name, everybody needs some sign that her or she is doing it right.
Which is also why the only time a woman ever gets considered to be bad in bed is pretty much when she’s completely silent and basically a bore. And that’s pretty much an across the board agreement amongst men. No matter how attractive a woman, if she is boring, silent and pretty much just present in the sack, we’ll let her go…and won’t think twice about it. Sex is supposed to be fun and adventurous. It’s a connection. It’s had to make anything other than a physical connection with somebody who seems like they’d rather be playing sudoku.
I mean, they even fake it in porn because that’s what the people want to see. Main point is, being silent is not the business. How much and what kind of noise is all subjective…but you’ve got to do something.
–Written by Panama Jackson for guyspeak.comDoes your man have a volume preference? Do you?
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