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Introduce Yourself » Finally decided to join » October 23, 2017 3:31 pm

TorNorth
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Welcome. I tend to look for a lot of reality-type shoes from Latin America on YouTube. I generally get the impression that people over there are a lot more open with their emotions. I tend to find a lot of beautiful women crying with full blown lip curls.

Btw, there are these hypnotherapy shows on YouTube that are (I think) Mexican. Are you aware of them? The best known one is run in the channel Aurelio Mejía Mesa. I can't understand what they're saying, but there's massive amount of often very intense crying. It's one of my favourite channels.

Crying Discussion » Who have you told about your crying fetish in real life? » October 13, 2017 11:50 am

TorNorth
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I think it creeped her out. Though it was a free service and according to her, the NHS funded services simply didn’t train her for the likes of this.

Crying Discussion » Who have you told about your crying fetish in real life? » October 13, 2017 9:05 am

TorNorth
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I can answer this question now. Few months ago, I told my secret for the first time to a psycho-sexual therapist. She congratulated me for being brave enough to talk about it, as I was clearly stressed out and embarrassed. And then she kicked me out. No, really. She said she didn’t have skills enough to help me, and that I should see a specialist. I was quite annoyed as I hadn’t gone to her seeking help for my dacryphilia - I just mentioned it so that she’d know all the facts.

Crying Discussion » Who have you told about your crying fetish in real life? » October 13, 2017 8:57 am

TorNorth
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mistrec wrote:

I'm on my second marriage. I wouldn't have DREAMED of telling my first wife, but my current wife is the best partner a dacryphiliac (Is that the term?) could hope for. She was on a business trip out of the country a few months back, and stubbed her toe so hard she bawled like a baby. Once she recovered her composure, she could hardly wait to call me and tell me about it, because she knew that I would get off hearing about it. She's always on the alert to pass on observations of other people crying that she knows I'll enjoy. When I joke around about how "sick" I am, she always says, "You're not sick! Weird maybe, but everybody's weird in some way."

It’s pretty sweet that your wife is willing to accommodate you like that. How did she find out about your dacryphilia?

Crying Discussion » Are females more prone to crying in pain? » October 3, 2017 3:38 pm

TorNorth
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@tearhunter: regarding the football playing lady, did she burst out sobbing all at once? When they try to hold back but then just lose it completely and start bawling - really find that appealing.

Crying Discussion » Crying Scenes Directory » October 3, 2017 5:36 am

TorNorth
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Definitely need to check that one out. Elizabeth Olsen had good crying scenes in past movies.

Crying Discussion » Produced a couple of female crying videos » October 1, 2017 7:13 pm

TorNorth
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Just to let you know, I had commissioned another crying videos since then those two were released. The new one is now also out. It's by a very attractive British girl Fetflix (aka Buffy Fetish). There are visible tears in eyes, smudged mascara around the eyes and a prominent lip curl. She makes rapid, whispery sobbing sounds. Her neck is very visible too throughout the video. The clip is called "crying over my ex":

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=dxy4xg%3E&s=9#.WdE8gNhrzIV

Also, Mistress1985 owed me another 3 minutes of videos, also now out. Once again it's expressionless and mostly sniffing. There are visible tears on the face and she gives close-ups on her eyes. The clip is titled "last cry clip" (unless of course, someone else wants to commission her ):

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=24w4xee%3E&s=9#.WdE-LdhrzIU

 

Crying Discussion » Are females more prone to crying in pain? » October 1, 2017 6:50 pm

TorNorth
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That's interesting. Do you work or follow any hobbies in places where injuries are common, or are they random observations?

Crying Discussion » On the film set (self obs) » September 30, 2017 9:32 am

TorNorth
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I’m going to burden you with some more storytelling too - female focused this time.Have you worked actresses where they are the ones crying? Some details about what methods they used, if they were able turn off immediately after the cut and they’re facial expressions.

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