I am a female who rent a room in an apartment with housemates of a couple and a male. Me and my BF would make out once in a fortnight at my place which last for an hour+ on average. I am one that enjoy moaning during sex hence I was being ignorant to how the others might feel about it until the moment I receive a msg from this female of the couple saying "I really mind that we could hear you clearly, please lower down your voice, TQ" !!!
I feel very embarrassing now to face them whom know how I behave during intimacy (which is my baseline) with my love yet it felt like they disagree with how I ought to behave. I then bought her cake and apologize to her face-to-face and tried to laugh it off, she replied 'We were just worried for your safety as you are always on your own'.
I know it doesn't matter how I'm perceived when I'm being myself and as long as I learn from experience to keep it as low as possible to avoid disturbance to others in future, but I just don't feel like going back to my apartment now (((View Thread
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