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I know that in porn videos the girls tend to pant (or so I've been told) whilst the boys apparently just do their thing. My question is do girls get a better sensation from sex and masturbation than boys do?
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logic_grrl
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Porn videos are fantasy - they're not a reliable source of information about anything.

Remember, the performers in porn are acting, and part of the expectation (in porn aimed at men) is usually that the women will scream and writhe around and act as if they're having the most amazing time ever - even if they're actually bored and uncomfortable.

In reality, how much noise someone makes has very little to do with how good they're feeling - some people are naturally noisy when they're having fun, some people are naturally quiet [Smile] .

And as far as I know, there's no evidence to suggest that sexual activity is any "better" for one gender than for the other.

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ipsesloev
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Actually I don't think the videos are accurate...I mean, alot of them show women moaning the moment a guy touches her, and lets face it, the feeling they get from a guy touching their breast isn't gunna make them scream with pleasure. I guess they just do it because people who watch it want to hear those things in order to enjoy watching it. As far as your question about if women have better sensation, I'm not really sure, but I have heard once that girls have better orgasms. On the other hand how would one be able to know for sure?

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Damon
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Edited for misinformation. It has already been stated that there is no medical evidence to support this. As per our guidelines, please do not post incorrect information on the boards. Thanks!

[ 01-15-2007, 08:16 AM: Message edited by: JamsessionVT ]

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conan
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I think porn has created an unrealistic and cheap image for women. 99% of it is fake or for sound effects. It enforces a guys ego which should only be done if the moaning is sincere.

Frankly I like it quiet. The sound of her breathing speaks volumes about how she feels.

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