Married Cheaters Have Louder Sex With Lovers Than Spouses
The Debrief: And women are just louder in general
If the thought being cheated on by a partner makes you want to scream, it’s likely that those already in affairs will be screaming along with you.
A survey of 1000 people by IllicitEncounters.com, the UK’s leading dating site for married individuals, found that 6 out of 10 women and 72% of men admit to being louder when getting it on with someone they’re not married to than they are when in bed with their spouse.
Christian Grant, a spokesman for IllicitEncounters.com told The Sun: 'Noisy sex tends to be an individual thing. Some people scream the house down at a concert, others watch without making a sound. It doesn't mean they're not enjoying it as much!'
The study also found that 88% of women who responded were louder than men during sex, whilst 64% men admitted being drowned out by the noise made by their female partner.
Sex noises, or to give it the scientific term (yes, there’s a scientific term), ‘copulatory vocalisation’, was generally enjoyed by both parties, with 71% of men and 62% of women saying that they enjoy it when their partner is vocal in the sack.
This 2013 study supports the suggestion that women enjoy it more when guys make noise too, a bit like the sex equivalent of a pat on the back.
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