Sex and sexual ways are always intriguing as each one act and react differently during lovemaking. No ways could be defined and imposed on the act of sexuality as it purely depends on the circumstances and mental situations. There are some common behavioral patterns observed in the act of lovemaking just as panting, moaning etc… You may ask this question quiet naturally that why do women moan during sex? Is it because of pain or pleasure? Or is it a way of communication during sex?
Well, Women moan for different reasons during sex. First of all it is a communicating or expressing excitement and pleasure. Some women and men moan as a signal to let their partner know that the sensation feels good. Others utter sounds and let their bodies move freely as they “lose control” and allow themselves to be part of the sexual and satisfying experience.
Movies, television, and music present us with idealized sex scenes or lyrics of people moaning and panting at the height of passion. In reality, some people are vocal and may moan and groan, other folks may muffle any sounds with a pillow, and yet others may not make a single peep. Some express themselves by twitching or moving their bodies rhythmically as a response to sexual pleasure.
Moaning doesn’t only happen during sex. Some people make small sounds while kissing, giving or receiving a massage, or snuggling. Others don’t have to be sexually excited to make a sound. While humans don’t typically purr, some people may make a soft moaning sound when their hair or head is stroked — just like a cat might if it were being petted. There are also times when someone might be eating something really fantastic and a light mmm… sound might express the way s/he’s feeling as s/he is savoring the taste.
You may, or may not, want to expand your moaning repertoire. However, if you’re a screamer, you might want to be considerate of your neighbors and think about turning it down a notch.