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22 April 2012

The sound of seduction

Porcupines are famous for being really loud when they mate. Well, if you were that close to a porcupine you might also scream.

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Porcupines are famous for being really loud when they mate. Well, if you were that close to a porcupine you might also scream... Admittedly we humans can be pretty vocal too when it comes to telling our partners what’s working. Those deep groans, heavy breathing and even thrilled squeaks are a real turn-on for most of us. Hearing is just another of our senses that brings its own sensations to those moments of intimacy. Don’t be shy to put on some seductive music, and indulge all your senses to help build the excitement of being together.

(Health24, April 2012)

  

 
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