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The Lounge » Rate Your Physical Attractiveness (0-10) » August 5, 2017 1:23 am

caircair
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"Fine" is not something I have ever been accused of being, unless you were talking about my health. I grew up knowing my sister was the pretty one, my role was to be the smart one and the example my siblings were to follow. They pretty much rejected everything that I stood for and everything that mattered to me. Now that my father's gone I doubt I'll ever hear from them again - I don't keep in touch with them, either.

The Lounge » Rate Your Physical Attractiveness (0-10) » August 4, 2017 2:33 am

caircair
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Do I go for honesty, or for the number in my head?

​Since I'm in my mid 50-s and large, I'm giving myself a 2-3 - I think I look like a slightly taller Kathy Bates.

Crying Discussion » Feelings when not crying » August 2, 2017 1:19 pm

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What you experienced, I believe, was the "fight or flight" response - you were under attack. You were trapped with no way out, and that fear and rage were what you felt. 

​I've been in similar situations, and what you've written was not a bagatelle - it was a VERY scary experience and from your description, your husband does not sound like a very nice person. In fact, I may be overreacting, but are you safe with him? And are the children safe? Just the yelling could be considered emotional abuse, especially if this is something that happens with any frequency.

But as I said, I may be overreacting. I'm very protective by nature, and when I hear of someone being bullied it makes me want to help that person out.

Crying Discussion » Anyone else this picky?? » July 30, 2017 6:13 am

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I'm still searching for the "perfect" crying scene. So far, the one I find most satisfying is from "Desperate Romantics", episode six at roughly 37:22. My main quibble - it's too dark to see well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HkDTvXzRWk

Crying Discussion » Anyone else this picky?? » July 29, 2017 12:59 am

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For me, it's not just about "real" tears, it's about the sounds. I want to hear the choked voice, the sobbing, the gasps as he (since I'm strictly into male crying) tries to keep control.

Introduce Yourself » yo forumites! » July 22, 2017 11:41 am

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And they'd better be REAL tears, not glycerin! Sometimes it's too obvious that there's no "real" crying involved, which feels like a cheat to me.

Introduce Yourself » Hello! » July 19, 2017 1:26 pm

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I've been here awhile, but for newcomers:Statistics
Sex: F
Orientation: straight
Marital Status: ​Married
Age: mid-50's
Location: Pacific Northwest

Interests
Interested In: male crying and vulnerability, comforting men, emotional interest only - and only depicted crying, not IRL. When it's actually happening I'm too focused on the other person to enjoy my fetish.
Interest in the forum: discussions with other people who 'get' this fetish and finding pictures and clips to help feed my interest.
Your own crying: Hate it! Hate it! Hate it! I try to cry silently, and alone. However, am noticing I am more easily moved to cry than I was even a year ago. Certain songs - especially if I sing along - will especially set me off.
Yourself in general: My main hobby is READING! I generally read 8-10 books a week - all types but not so much romances or mysteries. I'm also into theatre and music - anything cultural, really.

Crying Discussion » Skarb, the perfume about men crying » July 19, 2017 1:32 am

caircair
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I suspect it's geared to women as a gift for a man.

Crying Videos » Jonas Kaufmann in "Carmen," Royal Opera House » July 2, 2017 8:11 pm

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I wish the scene had gone on just a big longer, I would have liked to have seen Carmen's response to his tears. 

Crying Discussion » Skarb, the perfume about men crying » June 30, 2017 4:46 am

caircair
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Slightly off topic, but: I once had a friend, who had a friend with no sense of smell, tell me how her friend learned to pick out perfume. What you do is take the tiniest sample and touch it to the very tip of your tongue. If it burns, it's a good fit for you. My sister and I both tried it with one of my favorite perfumes - I'm into florals and she likes the musky stuff - and it burned horribly for me, but she had no reaction whatsoever. We repeated the experiment with her cologne, and got opposite results. So you can't blame the burn on the alcohol content (if there is any).

​I wonder how much this scent would burn me? I'd be willing to spend $3 for a sample, if they offered samples.

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