Women don't really like men who make so much noise during sex, according to a new survey.
On a quest to find out the sexual desires of the opposite sex, Forktip surveyed 5,000 individuals about their biggest turn-ons and turn-offs in the bedroom.
Apparently, women also don't like men who have a penis that is "too small" and hate it when their partner finishes too quickly. Changing positions often could also be a libido killer.
The researchers also looked at the preferred sexual assets of women and the results are not really surprising.
The researchers also looked at the things that women like their partners to say to them during sex. "Making me call him daddy" landed on the top spot.
This brings us to the latest edition of Real Talk. We reached out to seven women, with ages ranging from 20 to 30, and asked them this: "What's your biggest sexual turn-off?"
Below are their responses:
"I hate the fact that guys assume that when they're done, we are done." —Paula, 29
"When we say, 'Oh yes, just like that!' We mean it. We don't mean double-down, twice as fast, or go harder. We mean JUST. LIKE. THAT." —Alyana, 26
"When my partner tries to rub me, but he presses down really hard, to the point where he's moved the sensation past the clit and it feels like he's trying to dent the bone underneath, I really hate it. Unless a woman tells you to go harder, please don't get to that point. It hurts! Just start lightly, if she wants it harder, she'll tell you." —Dianne, 22
"Please do not ignore the boobs. The nipples are two little magic buttons that will work wonders for you if you actually pay attention to them." —Angelica, 27
"I hate men who talk too much during sex. I don't mind a little dirty talk. In fact, I love it. But there are times when you just have to shut up and enjoy." —Nica, 30
"When a guy doesn't shave down there, I easily get turned-off. That's an invitation to say, 'I definitely don't want to go down there tonight.'" —Florence, 28
"I hate it whenever my partner just lays there and expects me to do all the work. Hello, I want the man to be the dominant one." —Joyce, 25