In my experience, some people, when they're feeling the most intense pleasure, are quiet and/or expressionless because they're diving inward into a pleasure pool, concentrating on sensation and/or togetherness, and don't have the impulse to spend energy on outward expression. It's not ideal for the partner who likes it noisy, but it's not *necessarily* a sign of insecurity or internalized gender bias. Maybe it's just the way he's wired. Maybe he only feels some insecurity because, as Dan said, you're treating it as a problem, a shortcoming.
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