Fake breasts, fake butts, fake orgasms — and now fake moaning? Well, not exactly.The common perception in bed is that once a girl moans, it’s from something you’ve done. Either you’ve finally found the little man within the boat, you’ve hit her G-spot or the foreplay has preheated the oven.
Research from the University of Central Lancashire shows that the noise a girl makes in bed isn’t directly correlated to her pleasure or her orgasm. As a question of fact, her purrs usually tend to come during her partner’s orgasms.
The researchers found that girls achieve this either as a result of a conscious decision to control behaviour (surprised?), desirous to permit you to find your climax, or as a result of an concept of an idealised script of ways women are meant to act during sex.
So whether she’s cheering you on or merely playing the part, needless to say her moans aren’t always associated with her own enjoyment.