The Science Behind Your Orgasm Moan

In the midst of passionate stimulation, you feel an energy building that is deeply rooted in your core. As it continues to grow, your breathing increases, blood starts pumping through your body, and you can feel it rising. It finally rises to the surface and you exclaim the sounds of a woman lost in her own euphoria.

The name for this is Female Copulatory Vocalization.
Is this just another conundrum facing female sexuality that leaves scientists scratching their heads?

As you surrender to the pleasure that your body experiences and approach orgasm, the moans, groans, and squeals you deliver a sound foreign even to yourself. This is the ultimate release of femininity into your space of uninhibited pleasure. These are your own copulatory vocalizations that derive from the orgasmic state of your body.

Have you ever woken up from such a euphoric state and asked yourself, “Was that me? Did I really make that noise?" Did you lose the ability to regulate your voice, ceding control over your vocalizations to primitive instincts—a complete and total loss of inhibition?

It almost has the power to take all of your insecurities away, even if just for a moment, and replace them with sensuality and lust.

So, why is the sound of a female having an orgasm so impossible to ignore? Amongst our primate sisters, they serve to attract males to the ovulating, sexually receptive female. That irresistible cry would naturally fulfill the same purpose in human females. This is explains why during ovulation, female vocalization only becomes more complicated and difficult to resist.

The sounds align with your femininity, and that natural yearn for touch becomes even stronger. Touch from a partner, from yourself, and even from your toy.

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