Photo by GIC, via Stocksy. Through the unabashed pieces, the authors share their journeys of discovering, naming, and demanding fulfillment of their desires, revealing how they shifted through internal and external constructions of sexual yearning and womanhood to uncover their own pleasure patterns. Collectively, they work to form a picture of the hurdles women face in their quests to achieve, sustain, and ask for orgasms. And in doing so, they grapple with some of the trickiest components of sex: unashamed masturbation, honest communication with partners, and reciprocal, mutually-orgasming intimacy. The best writing about sex ideally mirrors the act, in turn causing readers to be turned on, sweaty, contemplative, and ultimately liberated. Throughout, the authors are undoubtedly the experts of their own emotion and sensation—something that women are too rarely trusted to be—as they lead the reader through a wide range of sexual encounters.
'Moan' Offers Honest, Sexy, Uncomfortable Stories About the Female Orgasm
What The Female Orgasm Really Sounds Like
Verified by Psychology Today. In the Name of Love. Well, neither. I think I have a more guttural grunt when I orgasm. I expect men to express their pleasure only in a few moans. Many people associate moaning and screaming with pain. Why, then, should people make these noises while experiencing sexual pleasure?
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Raise your hand if you've ever had a partner roll over post-sex and ask, "Did you come? But that question also tends to come up because people expect orgasms to sound a certain way.
I'm loud in bed, but I mean, I'm loud as a person, but even by loud-person standards I'm loud in bed. But what does the female orgasm sound like for others? Well, it depends on the person. Plus, I've certainly heard my roommates go at it as well, so sometimes we like to compare notes. It's not the huffing, moaning, breathiness of a fake orgasm — an honest-to-god orgasm is a lot less pretty, but way more sexy.