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Crying Videos » Links for female sobbing from greek and foreign TV shows » September 6, 2019 3:39 am

Komistis wrote:

Nicole from Big Brother 21 intensely sobbing.The other 2 parts on the description of the video ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQVxN5uiwRM

 

I'm literally a minute and a half into the first video and I can already tell this is going to be one of my favorites to go back to from now on! Really, really good find!

Crying Discussion » First time » August 28, 2019 5:12 pm

andjyx wrote:

Amans lacrimae wrote:

andjyx wrote:

P.S i have read the obs you provided a link for and oh God, its one of the most beautiful i have read on this site so far! So amazing that the girl ended up crying without a shame in front of you.

Just noticed the obs I provided in the link is not the one intended, here is the one I originally wanted to share with you.
https://cryinglovers.boardhost.com/viewtopic.php?id=1599

I actually did read this one before. Purely amazing. Reminds me of some of my cries; i gotta admit i love feeling someone’s shirt getting soaked with my tears, and although i sadly had only few opportunities to offer someone a shoulder to cry on, i love the sensation on myself as well. You seem like an amazing comforter. Wish everyone was as sensible as you when they have a crying person in front of them...

Honestly, I wish I were that sensible when I have a crying person in front of me! My brain tends to shatter into a million pieces when someone cries in front of me, especially if I already have some feelings for them. I can almost pull myself together sometimes, but I rarely get to play a good, solid comforter role. Maybe someday, though!

Crying Discussion » Self + girlfriend obs » August 17, 2019 8:05 pm

This was such a sweet obs! I'm glad that you were able to open up to your girlfriend about what was eating at you, and also that she was able to provide comfort in that moment. It speaks to the strength of your bond that you are able to cry together that way. I'm definitely a little envious. Thank you for sharing this with us.

Introduce Yourself » Introduce yourself » August 13, 2019 3:38 am

Gender: Non-binary/Trans-feminine
Orientation: Asexual/Panromantic
Age: 26
Location: Massachusetts, USA

Interested in: You mean my specific interests in others' crying? I'm a sucker for good-quality sobbing, body shaking, crying into someone's shoulder/arms, and especially good tissue/handkerchief use, both for wiping their eyes and for blowing their nose! If some or all of these criteria are met, I'm nearly guaranteed to have the scene ingrained in my photographic memory forever!

Interest in the Forum: I get to interact with other people who share this fetish, and get more video links to add to my collection.

Your Own Crying: I tend to get a massive lip curl, an average amount of tears, and I sob and shake a decent amount. Usually I end up covering parts of my face, usually my eyes, or I just squeeze them shut as I sob. When it comes time to wipe the tears, I usually use my hands at first, and then I'll use a tissue to finish wiping my eyes and blow my nose once or twice when the fluids become overwhelming.

Other Fetishes: I'm still exploring that aspect of my life, honestly. I can't say for certain what others might be, since my crying one is by far the most overpowering aspect of my fetish side.

Yourself in General: I'm a musician, particularly a singer these days, I live with one of my partners, and have two others that don't live with me, I'm a goth, gamer, general geek, and can go on extensive rants about my many passions. I'm also something of an activist for my trans, polyamorous, ace, bi, and Jewish communities.

Crying Discussion » First time » August 6, 2019 2:53 am

Amans lacrimae wrote:

Have you seen her cry? Did she wipe or kiss your tears?

Nah, I've never seen her cry. She's not much of a crier, and she didn't wipe my tears. I don't like kissing, so I wouldn't want her to kiss my tears even if that were a thing that would happen, but she didn't wipe them either. She just held me as I sobbed, as I described.

Crying Discussion » Two Train Obs » August 6, 2019 2:49 am

So, because good things come in waves, I happened upon not one, but two solid obs when on the train today! This sort of thing doesn't happen to me very often, so I wanted to share it with you lovely people.

On my way home from group therapy today, I sat down on the train in a solo seat. At a certain point, I heard a sudden, honking nose blow to my right. Me being me, I turned to face the source of the sound, and lo and behold, there was a young, bespectacled woman wiping her nose with a tissue. I continued to fixate for a bit, looking at her and looking back at the window every couple of seconds, and I noticed her lip quavering for most of the train trip. Later on, I saw her pull another tissue from her bag, and she lifted up her glasses, wiped both of her eyes with the tissue, and then lowered it to her nose for one more honk. She was quite pretty, though not as pretty as W from my last obs, and I definitely appreciated the obs.

As if that weren't good enough, when I was on the train tonight, coming home from my singing rehearsal, I happened upon another decent obs! I got on the train, and immediately saw a middle-aged, dark-haired woman with slightly smeared makeup and her nose noticeably red. Again, me being me, I fixated, and stood on the train across from her. A man around her age, whom I presume would be a friend or spouse of hers, got on the train with me, and sat next to her. They talked for a while, and at a certain point, I noticed her cover her mouth, and let out a slight sob. She squeezed her eyes shut, continued to cover her mouth, and her companion put his arm around her and let her cry on his shoulder. Relationship goals, am I right? Anyway, this lovely sight lasted for a few minutes, and then she sat back up, and reached for a tissue to blow her nose. She didn't honk as prominently as the woman from earlier today, but it was still a nice sight and sound. They talked for a while longer as she calmed down, and she blew her nose at least

Crying Discussion » First time » August 5, 2019 9:52 pm

The first time my girlfriend saw me cry, we had been together for four months or so. I had just gotten into a fight (really just me receiving a written/verbal beatdown) with one of my exes, to whom I have a great deal of emotional attachment. When I read what my ex wrote to me, I was taken off guard, and their words hit me really hard. I started sobbing really hard--so hard that I found it hard to talk.

My girlfriend hugged me, and just held me in her arms and let me cry for as long as I needed. I was probably shaking a great deal, since my sobbing was so intense, and I know I got plenty of tears and whatnot on my girlfriend's shirt sleeve. She was okay with it, though I was embarrassed. She said that she usually doesn't know how to respond when people cry like that in front of her, but I told her that she did plenty, and that she was helpful. When she left my apartment that evening, she messaged me to tell me to be strong, and that she loved me. That was the first time she told me she loved me without me saying I loved her first, so that meant a great deal to me. I'm still with her to this day, and I hope to always be with her.

Crying Discussion » Colleague obs » July 24, 2019 2:01 am

This does sound like a good one! Between the tissues and eventually burying her head in his chest, it's hit two of my primary focal points! Well done.

Crying Discussion » Planned crying? » July 21, 2019 5:27 pm

I've been crying much more often than normal recently, because of my depression. Ordinarily, though, I'm pretty easily able to cry when I need to. Sometimes, I'll read conversations with my ex, or watch particular scenes from movies or TV that speak to me enough to get me welling up a bit.

Crying Discussion » Obs: Self and Acquaintance » July 20, 2019 11:46 pm

truffle wrote:

You had me worried after your last post. Thank you for starting therapy. Group sessions are always a safe place to cry. 

Thanks. Like I said, it's exhausting so far, but I hope to take the time I need to get back on my feet.

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