Why You Sometimes Blurt Out ‘I Love You’ During Sex

Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 3.55.03 PMIt often seems “I love yous” tossed out during sex are as meaningless as the empty promise afterward to call the next day. So what is it about getting laid that brings on the seemingly compulsive urge to tell someone we love them just because we happen to be currently fucking them? Science and culture might have the answer.

As a society, we’re conditioned to believe you should only have sex with someone you love, so the pressure to feel an emotional bond with the person you’re fucking is definitely cultural. But it’s also chemical, taking place ten seconds after climax in the human brain. The elation you feel during fucking is the same as the euphoric effects of a drug—a supreme moment of bliss—and just like the high from a drug, you might feel things that aren’t real. Psychologists have also shown that sex is hotter when you say “I love you,” because it increases sexual desire on both sides. Oh, the sexy lies we tell when cresting on a splendid, orgasmic wave!

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