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April 18, 2019 3:39 pm  #1

Am I in the right place?

Hi... This is awkward... You can call me Sharon. I'm a 19 yr old girl. I don't even know if this is the right forum for me... Like, this is a forum for people with some kind of fetish for tears, right? Forgive me, I just landed here while I was trying to research a strange, I don't know what to call it, maybe fetish, maybe not, that I have... Well, I've been reading some posts on this forum, and it seems like you guys seem to like other people's tears. Well... I don't know how to say this, but, I kinda like tears too, but not other people's but my own. It's like, it's not overly sexual, but I still get this warm and fuzzy feeling when I cry, which does eerily feel like sexual arousal. Idk, I just like making myself cry for no reason, just because I like the feeling of my own tears. Does that even make sense? So, can you guys help me shed more light on this? Is this the right forum for this? Or am I in the wrong place? And what are the rules? Do you have to contribute regularly? If so, please remove me, I won't be able to contribute regularly. I can talk about tears, tbh, I like talking about my own tears, but don't know if this is the forum for that. Sorry if I sound so naive, I'm just nervous. Please be considerate. Thank you.


April 18, 2019 4:06 pm  #2

Re: Am I in the right place?

Hi Sharon. Welcome! There's no need to be nervous. Everyone here is quite friendly. You are right, this is a forum for those with some sort of attraction/interest in crying/tears. I use those words as opposed to fetish because while many members do have a sexual fetish, there are others who are not sexually attracted to crying but like it for other reasons.

Your case is curious indeed. As you have rightly observed, most people here are attracted to other people's tears (but don't worry, we're not inconsiderate monsters, we don't find any pleasure in other people's sorrow. It's tears caused by less serious reasons/acting that we're into).

I've personally never met anyone who is attracted to their own tears. I did have a friend, a girl, in highschool many years ago who liked to make herself cry. I don't know if it was anything sexual for her. That's probably the closest I've come to seeing someone aroused by their own tears. While your case is different from others, that doesn't mean you can't stick around here. Feel free to explore the several discussions we've had and as questions/talk about your own tears if you want to. And if you can't post regularly, that's completely fine. If you notice carefully, the forum has over 1000 members but only a handful have posted most of the content. So, it's fine.

You said you make yourself cry. How do you do that? Do you actually emotionally cry, or do you just do something like not blinking to bring tears to your eyes? My friend from high school would simply stare straight ahead without blinking to get her tears flowing. What do you do?


April 18, 2019 4:30 pm  #3

Re: Am I in the right place?

Hi there. Thanks for replying. Your friend, did she ever say how she felt when she would make herself cry? How long did she have it for? I've had this only since I was like 16-17. I generally don't cry much more than an average teenage girl. But in the last 2-3 yrs, I've been making myself cry intentionally, not always emotionally, because I think for me the key thing is not the emotion but the tears. What I've found to give me the best feeling is not actually crying, you know, like emotional tears, but rather placing a small tissue paper literally inside my eyeball, under the lower eyelid and closing my eye. I know it sounds very dangerous, and it probably is. But this gives me this, idk, this weird, tingly feeling and tears pour out of my eyes like waterfalls and I feel this warm and fuzzy, sexual arousal kind of feeling. Shedding normal tears while crying also gives me this feeling, but this tissue paper method really maximizes it. Another thing I do is use this kryolan tear stick to produce tears. It's very effective, not as effective as the paper, but still very effective. If you don't know what that is, it is a product that you apply under your eye to produce tears. Professional actors use it. My friend is an actress and that's how I know. Idk if I'm making sense or if you can relate at all.

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April 18, 2019 5:22 pm  #4

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Welcome! There are no requirements for posting frequency; we're just glad you're here! You'll definitely fit in - we all love crying and tears, and we all have different preferences. I am mostly aroused by other people's tears, but like you, I often find my own tears arousing, too (I expanded on this in your other thread).


April 19, 2019 3:36 am  #5

Re: Am I in the right place?

Hi and welcome! You probably are in the right place. We're all about tears and crying, and as carrotcake has mentioned, we all have different preferences (just check out the recent discussion we've been having on specific preferences). So, you'll probably fit right in! You say you like talking about your own tears. Here's a place where you can do that without people thinking you're weird. If you read some of our posts, you'll find that some of us are not shy to talk about our own crying and tears. So you can talk about it as much as you want. And I make myself cry too sometimes.

Tears of joy are beautiful.

April 19, 2019 6:22 am  #6

Re: Am I in the right place?

Welcome Sharon, you definitely fit here, I can, seldom, get aroused by my own tears, but anyways, this is about you.
What do you like about your tears, is it the emotion that causes you to cry, is it feeling them run down your face?
Would you rather cry alone, with someone you trust, don't care who is present?
Mind sharing more details?
Have a wonderful weekend.


April 19, 2019 8:25 am  #7

Re: Am I in the right place?

Y'all are pretty welcoming.  Thanks. I'll try to post more about my own tears. I'm just a bit shy and nervous, that's all, but I also really want to talk about this. About what I like, it's hard to clearly explain... Idk, I do like the tingly feeling in my eyes when I tear up and yes, I also like the feeling of tears running down. It's not really the emotion. Actually, I feel this more when I'm not emotional. As I said already, my preferred way of crying/making tears is placing a tiny piece of tissue paper inside my eye, under my lower eyelid and closing my eyes, which gives me the best feeling. I do that only when I'm alone. Since this really makes my eyes water a lot, I shed a lot of tears and like wiping my face on a soft surface like a pillow or a towel, but sometimes just my hands. Sometimes, I also use the kryolan tears stick, which was recommended by my actress friend. I also like the mild stinging, burning sensation it produces in my eyes and like the feeling of the tears when they come out. And all this gives me this feeling, this adrenaline rush, which I think is sexual arousal, but there seems to be a slight difference that I don't know how to explain. I mean, the feeling I get with this is comparable to, but slightly different from, the feeling I get when I'm holding and kissing my boyfriend. Idk, does that make sense? You have a wonderful weekend too.

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April 19, 2019 9:03 am  #8

Re: Am I in the right place?

It does make sense, so you mostly do this when alone, your bf doesn't know, I get it, you are still getting to know this better.


April 19, 2019 9:07 am  #9

Re: Am I in the right place?

I do sometimes use the tear stick in front of my bf. He finds it strange, thinks I'm just being silly, but doesn't mind. And yes, I am getting to know this better.

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May 2, 2019 1:04 am  #10

Re: Am I in the right place?

Hey! I’m new here too and I feel the same way! Maybe it has to do with that fact that we’re both girls but I like to cry too Whenever I say that to people I feel strange but at least now I know someone who feels the same. I like watching myself cry have you tried that?


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