Women hiding pleasure

United States
April 12, 2008 10:25am CST
Why do women hide the pleasure they get from their partner? Why do a percentage of women lie that they get pleased in bed? HMMMM! What does the world think?
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@roxanne271 (2035)
• Trinidad And Tobago
12 Apr 08
Okay, I have a question...what gave you the idea that women hide their pleasure from their partner? I mean some might but I surely don't. I want my partner to know how good he is making me feel and actually he has told me that he loves when I express how I feel during our little love sessions. I was actually pretty shocked when he said that, I have no idea why though. As for the lying about being pleased in bed. I have a friend who told me that her boyfriend is so bad in bed for someone who apparently has experience. I thought to myself "oooookkkkkaaaayyyy" but she had said he asked her if it was good and was it better than her previous boyfriend and she just told him "Yeah, she enjoyed it." I mean my boyfriend and I are always finding out from each other during the process if it is feeling good in addition to the noises we might be making lol. So I would think, she lied about it so his ego would be built up. Too bad they broke up and she still ended up telling him but I don't think it phased him by then *shrugs*
• Australia
12 Apr 08
I never hide my pleasure, if I get it, my spouse knows about it.... As for lieing about getting pleasure in bed, well, I think it's because we don't want the men to feel like it's them or their fault. A majority of the time it's our faults because we may be too tired or not feeling well but we know our man is in the mood and so, we want to make him happy. On the other hand, I think some men can benefit from spending a little more time on forplay and getting their partner in the mood. My man doesn't have a problem with this thank goodness LOL...