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Crying Discussion » Guilt Over Being a Dacryphile » December 4, 2020 5:25 am

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Such feelings may be why my obs of choice are always acted ones - TV and movie crying scenes, preferably male. The few obs I've had in real life -- if it's someone I know, my urge to comfort overwhelms the arousal so I don't get turned on -- if it's a stranger, I find myself listening intently while trying not to be too obvious about watching. 

Crying Fiction » A Friendly Face » October 12, 2020 3:10 am

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Very impressive - I love the way you worked real situations into this!

Crying Images » For male tears lovers » August 31, 2020 8:45 pm

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I don't know. . . something about this just doesn't ring true for me.

Crying Discussion » Psychopaths and crying » August 24, 2020 11:45 pm

caircair
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I suspect a psychopath is capable of crying on cue the same way an actress is. Lots of practice.

Crying Discussion » The "self-service" thread » August 16, 2020 10:34 pm

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1. How often do you do it while thinking about someone cry?\
Never. It's an emotional thing, not physical with me.


2. Do you more often create a fantasy, or more often draw from memory?
Equal parts of fantasy vs. memory


3. When was the last time seeing someone cry made you go for it afterwards? What was the observation?
I never get "excited" watching someone cry. It affects my heart, not my nether regions.

4. Do you have favourite crying fantasies or memories to go back to when nothing else works? What are they?
No - see answer above.

Crying Discussion » Anyone else fantasize about comforting a certain person? » August 12, 2020 2:42 pm

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Funny enough, I remember at the age of eight having a dream about a guy crying and me comforting him. After the dream, I just *knew* that scenario would play out in real life, and that the guy would be *the one* in my life. Fast forward many years later, and the guy I was dating was facing eye surgery - again. He had numerous health problems and had had three eye surgeries on both eyes prior. I was at his place when he suddenly fell and started sobbing "I can't get up!" It turned out to be a major, huge panic attack - one that sent him to the emergency room. I remember him lying on the gurney in the hall and me standing by him, holding his hand and swearing I would see him through this, that he wasn't alone. And I remember feeling like: "THIS! This is the moment I knew was coming!"

We've been married 20 years now.

Crying Discussion » Sad crying vs happy crying » August 9, 2020 4:54 am

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I fully agree with you. Happy tears don't inspire that need in me to connect to the other person that sad tears do.

Crying Discussion » Rewatching old crying videos vs looking for new crying videos » August 6, 2020 2:56 pm

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I also have a few favorites but need to see new stuff as well. However, I'm only interested in "acted" crying since the real-life stuff is too visceral for me, and I prefer watching men - starting in their mid-twenties and upward. For me, though, it isn't the sight of crying so much as the sound - there are a couple clips where the sound is either drowned out by narrative or music that I like, but I also find them extremely frustrating.

Crying Videos » Perfect Strangers - Balki's unusual crying scene » August 6, 2020 3:32 am

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Because his character wasn't supposed to - he "stiff upper lipped" his way through the scene. I suspect any emotion he displayed was off camera. But I remember reading that Bronson Pinchot said he could see the pain in Mark's eyes and that was what set him off.

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