What are some words that describe sounds made during intimacy?
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This may seem somewhat off topic, but if you are writing about sex you may want to consider that there are very few people for which the sexual is triggered by an auditory cue. Enhanced sure-but not triggered. Words that describe tactile experiences allegorically as to bring a type of easily accessible presence that envelopes you within a piece of writing is an example of sensory language that transports individuals- but truly the most neglected sense is the most powerful. The olfactory experiences associated with sex are truly going to be the most powerful for a reader. Beyond that, if your really into the auditory see how far the usage of onomatopoeia gets you without creating smut. Unless your writing smut in which case the world is yours when it comes to onomatopoeia.