Noises during sex: Turn on or off

Contributor: Fia Fia
Recently a guy I have been seeing, we decided to have sex for the first time together and upon me standing up I for lack of a better term queefed, gross I know, so when I said I was so put off by it he understood me and where I was coming from when I said I couldn't do it again, he managed to relax me and made me feel normal about it, unlike other partners, so men, women, others what has your experience been on this? I would like to know there are partner like mine who get it's a normal thing.
03/31/2013
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Contributor: dawnkye dawnkye
I totally empathize! Queefing is weird and mildly awkward. But it happens and it's normal! I'm fairly certain my partner is amused, not grossed out. But he knows I'd rather not address it, so we just ignore it and move on.
03/31/2013
Contributor: Fia Fia
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Originally posted by dawnkye
I totally empathize! Queefing is weird and mildly awkward. But it happens and it's normal! I'm fairly certain my partner is amused, not grossed out. But he knows I'd rather not address it, so we just ignore it and move on.
I laughed about it slightly and was like I'm sorry I can't and he was so reassuring like, "no its ok its normal," and all that and that's what got me to calm down enough for me to keep going.
03/31/2013
Contributor: ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
Weird noises happen to us all the time, especially after anal play. We've been together for 3 and a half years, since we were 16. We were each others firsts and we just kind of laugh and brush it off. I do blush a bit, but he's never made me feel bad about that sort of stuff. It's natural and we both know that. Sex isn't how they portray it on tv. All clean, and perfect, and romantic. Sex itself tends to get messy. Of course, messy sex IS perfect and romantic to me!
03/31/2013
Contributor: vulvalicious vulvalicious
My partner is very understanding and shrugs it off. I'm the one who gets all self-conscious about it when the noise is from me. There's not much you can do about it, I just wish I had control over these things.
03/31/2013
Contributor: nevets69 nevets69
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Originally posted by vulvalicious
My partner is very understanding and shrugs it off. I'm the one who gets all self-conscious about it when the noise is from me. There's not much you can do about it, I just wish I had control over these things.
As a guy, I have no problems whatsoever. It is just air trapped in there during sex, so its not like its gross or anything. It is caused from something that i took part of and enjoyed...So you could say its kinda our fault anyway, as men. Its completely normal and i have never actually known any other guy that was grossed out by it. If they where, I would tend to think they might be a tad uptight.
If it helps, I'm speaking for most guys. It isn't A problem, I assure you.
04/04/2013
Contributor: chicmichiw chicmichiw
I always laugh! It is kind of funny, and always surprising. I'm really comfortable with my guy, though -- I would be so mortified if it was a new partner. But really, it happens, like all the other noises your body makes. Don't feel bad!
04/04/2013
Contributor: Liberalqueer Liberalqueer
First time it happened I was horrified. But my partner made me feel better about myself, and when we're going doggy style it happens pretty often, but it doesn't bother me as much. I kinda think my partner likes it haha
04/08/2013
Contributor: edeneve edeneve
it's happened to me & it was no big deal.
04/08/2013
Contributor: Jaybird Jaybird
My girlfriend and I kind of laugh when this sort of thing happens and we continue on. It's unexpected and funny, but doesn't really take anything away from the situation with us. I'm sure there's a point where if the noise is loud or long enough it would get a bit distracting though.
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Contributor: babyrock babyrock
It's really not a big deal at all. It is supposed to be raw, passionate, and messy; the most natural act you can perform so anything that happens is perfectly natural.
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Contributor: Rokmai Rokmai
It can be funny, when it ruins a nice, intimate moment. Otherwise, I barely notice.
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Contributor: VeganChick (is Gone) VeganChick (is Gone)
My partner and I are extremely intimate and bodily noises don't even come close to registering as embarrassing.
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Contributor: gsfanatic gsfanatic
I enjoy them for being natural and we usually just laugh about it and move on
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