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Privacy from kids during sex

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I'm looking at moving house, and most of the ones we are looking at have all the bedrooms clustered together so at least one of the kids bedrooms is adjacent to the main bedroom (in my house now, kids bedrooms are at a different end of the house to the main bedroom).

I'm wondering what people do in these cases to cover the noise and signs they are having sex when there are kids - growing into teenagers! - just on the other side of the wall. Trying to be quiet is one thing, but I'm sure the kids will either work out what is happening and be grossed out, or be curious and try come investigate! (And it was akward enough when our 5 year old once walked in while I was giving my husband a blowjob...)

Sorry if this is a dumb question, I just havent had to worry about this until now!


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1 month ago
Insulate the internal walls for soundproofing or just stop screaming like you're being torn in half. Try a pillow over your face of put a sock in your mouth if you're going off

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1 month ago
Don't put beds against the shared wall. Rooms that share a wall usually have wardrobes on that wall to help with privacy. Teach kids to knock and wait if doors are closed (and show them the same courtesy as they get older). And in general I'd say only have sex once they are in bed, and keep it quiet lol.

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1 month ago
A lock on the door that latches quietly, buy them AirPods or similar, lots of soft furnishings and carpet to deaden sounds. And yeah, keep it down.
They’ll be going out and staying up late in a few years and it won’t be an issue.

ANSWER
1 month ago
This is what you’re worried about?? Seriously, you need to get a grip. You live in a house with other people, act like an adult, be respectful and keep the noise down. It’s not that hard.

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REPLY
1 month ago
Jeez, its a simple question, no need to get so fired up...

If you think my question is so trivial, why do you bother replying to it and getting so worked up about it? Get a grip yourself.

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1 month ago
First world problem! 😂