by AngieD on August 22nd, 2008

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Why do women scream and moan during sex much more than men?

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  • by pegasus on November 20th, 2008

    pegasus

    because we are much skilled...we can do different things in the same time :D

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  • by CountryGirl on March 17th, 2009

    CountryGirl

    I can make my man scream and moan. ;)

    No, really, some men are just "afraid" to do it I think. ?? Think they will be less of a man ? Less macho ??

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  • by Bitch on March 13th, 2009

    Bitch

    men scream and moan too :)!! once my neighbour asked me what happened the other night, he was about to call 911 :)! i was sooo embarassed..

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  • by Whatsit2ya on September 30th, 2012

    Whatsit2ya

    Yeah its all about the multiple orgasms taking over, I can have one leading right into the next with uncontrollable pleasure coursing through my body. A couple of weeks ago I actually told my guy it felt too good and I didn't think I could handle it ~that was a first~ and he made me scream so loud that day my throat was sore. Such immense pleasure just takes over. I like it when the guys moan too, and they often do, or talk dirty or cuss in the heat of the moment... totally a turn on.

    They make pills for men that increase sperm count which is supposed to make it so your ejaculation lasts longer... the cum keeps pumping out longer than usual. Supposed to feel very good for men, maybe that would make you wanna scream. Look up quantum pills ;)

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  • by manwithsingleOs on June 10th, 2010

    manwithsingleOs

    Women have been tested in labs and confirmed common sense:

    They can ride higher and have orgasms one after another with them all merging and taking over their bodies. One study did a brain scan of two dozen women "thinking off" (they couldn't find any men who could have no-touch "think off" orgasms). Result? Orgasm affected every part of a woman's brain but the VERY brief flicker of orgasm took part in a crude satisfaction part of the male brain. So short it was hard to get a reading on men but it was the part of the brain that satisfied an itch or urge (hence "getting (it) off").

    In a word, if men knew (I am a man) how much pleasure women can register, they would want orgasmic equality (and not just orgasms -- men are quiet because they are concentrating on NOT having pleasure because they might "go over." How screwed up is that? But MOTHER Nature made us that way. Sucks.

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  • by lilly petals on April 4th, 2009

    lilly petals

    I like to hear my men moan. Im not really that vocal myself naturally (maybe thats not natural and is more a result of masturbating in a thin-walled bedroom), but i try to moan more with men to be encouraging when theyre doing something good. So for me, its more a communication form, not an uncontrolable result of pleasure.

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  • by nikky13 on August 22nd, 2008

    nikky13

    because mabe it feels good but sometimes hurts them while it feels good

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  • by Anonymous on March 2nd, 2010

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    Because our orgasms tend to last longer. But, I don't moan very often. The last time I moaned during sex was right after my husband ejaculated. I got pregnant from that session too because my husband travels alot and that was the only time we had sex in like three months. My doctor confirmed I conceived around that time.

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  • by Anonymous on March 18th, 2009

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    Hell my wife can make me scream and moan. She did that last Saturday. The best ones are when we are both screaming and moaning.

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  • by Indyla on March 17th, 2009

    Indyla

    Its the diffrence between giving and receiving I think. I doubt if a man feels down there what a girl does.

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  • by blondie44 on September 10th, 2008

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    Because we enjoy it more! We get more orgasms!

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  • by Plastic Diver on March 19th, 2009

    Plastic Diver

    It seems that women have a more intense orgasm but we shouldn't let them be the only ones making noise. I don't have a problem getting vocal with her. It makes my orgasm more intense and probably hers to.

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  • by manwithsingleOs on June 10th, 2010

    manwithsingleOs

    theOnewithoutASecond is totally right -- women have been tested in labs and confirmed common sense:

    They can ride higher and have orgasms one after another with them all merging and taking over their bodies. One study did a brain scan of two dozen women "thinking off" (they couldn't find any men who could have no-touch "think off" orgasms). Result? Orgasm affected every part of a woman's brain but the VERY brief flicker of orgasm took part in a crude satisfaction part of the male brain. So short it was hard to get a reading on men but it was the part of the brain that satisfied an itch or urge (hence "getting (it) off").

    In a word, if men knew (I am a man) how much pleasure women can register, they would want orgasmic equality (and not just orgasms -- men are quiet because they are concentrating on NOT having pleasure because they might "go over." How screwed up is that? But MOTHER Nature made us that way. Sucks.

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