If there's one thing that most guys dream of, it's bedding a woman who is loud in the bedroom. Consider it a fantasy, if you will, seeing as how it make us believe that we're doing something right—because, of course, we see/hear the women in porn doing it.
Problem is, the whole moaning thing doesn't mean you're doing everything right, fellas, so forget that misconception.
To further educate yourself on why some people moan during sex, MedicalDaily offer up some suggestions—even if you don't want to believe them.
While moaning might not mean she's having an orgasm, most of the time, it does mean that she's probably having a good time. Research from SAGE Journals has found that, for both men and women who moan, sex has been reporter to be better than those who do it in silence. The extra communication acts as an additional reassurance that your partner enjoys what you're doing.
Yelling For Attention
Like a baby throwing a tantrum—which is a weird analogy—people who yell during sex might be doing it to get the attention of their partner, hoping to trigger something they want. This can be things like women moaning right before her male partner's orgasm, doing so voluntarily to please him. In fact, a 2011 study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that 66 percent of women moan to speed up their partner's orgasm, with 87 percent doing so to boost his self-esteem.
Maybe the most telling reason why women moan during sex is best described in that very study, finding this in their results, via CNN:
"While female orgasms were most commonly experienced during foreplay, copulatory vocalizations were reported to be made most often before and simultaneously with male ejaculation," the researchers wrote. Women also reported making noise to relieve boredom, fatigue and pain/discomfort during sex.
So, take all of that as you will, but, seeing as how women who moan believe sex is more enjoyable for both their partner and themselves, making noise sounds like the way to go for a better experience.