What’s with the strange noises during intimacy?

Because that particular tissue is made of pockets and folds. (That’s how it expands to accommodate an 8-pound baby!) When air gets trapped in the pockets, penetration can push it out. The sound is called queefing, and it happens to lots of women.

There's a biological reason for those perfectly normal noises.

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