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Sound come while doing sex

me and my boyfriend have been together for a while now.. and lately, every time we do it.. my area makes a sound.. like a fart almost.. it never used to do that.. and it only does it when we go at it hard. . at first i thought it was just air from between the penis and my vagina, but it does it randomly after we pull out.. like only seconds later.. after i go to the bathroom after sex it does it too. what do you think it is :S
Fri, 12 Mar 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

It is not widely know but not only do human resperate thru mouth and nose but thru their genitalia. Like a good bottle of wine your pussy needs to breath. There are stories of women suffocating when their pussies don't breath. I've heard of some Asian women teaching their pussies to speak spimple one sylable words or sometimes to bark like a dog. Make that sex box of yours talk and it will impress your lovers.Maybe get it to say your lovers name!

  User's Response
I know this sounds funny George Carlin calls it a Pussy Fart It's normal, his penis pushes the air in and its just coming out down there that makes the sound.
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