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Music or no music during sex?

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15

I prefer no music. I can make my own sounds thank you.

graceylou Level 8 Sep 11, 2018

lol smile001.gif

That's my music of choice right there, pet.

@JeremyTaylor And you, Sir, have heard my sound.

@graceylou

Good to know. ?

Your own music! smile007.gif

11

MUCH more important:

Sex or no sex during music? smile009.gif

Ozman Level 7 Sep 12, 2018
10

I always say it depends on if the band minds. smile009.gif

KKGator Level 9 Sep 11, 2018

The band would only mind if they can't watch!

9

I do EVERYTHING better to music.

7

Only if my partner needs help carrying a beat. ; )

6

I find it difficult to play my harp during sex and it's hard to sing when I'm out of breath.

Umbral Level 8 Sep 12, 2018
6

Ha, sex???? What's that?

BlackDove Level 7 Sep 11, 2018
6

Yes. It's good! No tv though...unless it's sex related tv smile009.gif

ArtzyNerd Level 7 Sep 11, 2018

Sex related TV...do you mean P.O.R.N?

@MUGGLEborn lol YES pron

5

Closer by Nine Inch Nails.

4

Why not ^^ But it must be a sensual one, something like:

Agnieszka Level 7 Feb 16, 2019
4

I prefer quiet.

  1. As a musician it can be distracting, as that part of my brain will want to go there instead of where it needs to be.
  2. I was born ambidextrous. I have read ambi people bounce back and forth from the right brain to the left brain all the time, which explains why I struggled to focus in school and concentrate at other times in my life. Combine the two, and you can see where music during sex could be a problem.
Sticks48 Level 9 Feb 9, 2019
4

I definitely prefer music ? I suggest a playlist that you and your partner both enjoy.

Nice

We have a good playlist and it enhances the mood.

4

If the music is good, appropriate for the mood and already on, great. If any of those things is off it's either the most distracting, sad, or cheesy thing ever.

Wurlitzer Level 8 Dec 30, 2018
4

Yes... music during love making is great!

4

Leonard Cohen's song "I'm Your Man" is the sexist song. I could orgasm just listening to it.

4

Never. I like the sounds of another human being.

4

Yes! 1000 times YES! My entire life has been set to a sound track. (;

Certain love-making songs have me classically conditioned to get in the mood...

Zster Level 8 Sep 11, 2018
3

No music. A person should be paying attention to the sounds their partner is making. I love those sounds.

3

i really don't care. sometimes quiet music, but i've gotten distracted and fucked through a movie..... car alarms.... traffic.... it's all just something for my moans to compete with

3

Yesss! Sensual love-making music!

Vonda, I love music. It's gotta be playing in the background. Even if it's barely faint.

Music, wine, incense, candles, lace, edibles... Mmm... mmm..

Garbage - #1 Crush

Yum, I would date you.

3

I prefer no sound my partner can be the drummer then i will be the singer probably on 69

3

“Wait, let me turn on some music first” I’ve never said that

Daking Level 3 Dec 3, 2018
3

Everything goes better with the right music. I'm not talking about Barry White here, or Bolero--and some whole genres are absolutely wrong. Rap wouldn't work. Polka would be risky.

3

I agree that music can definitely enhance the mood. However, trying to live up to Ravel's Bolero can be anxiety inducing.

beerkrump Level 6 Sep 14, 2018
3

Music is for making love, not sex!

depends on the music

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