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Apparently this is happening to people, and I need to figure out how to make it happen to moi. Happily I already have a person in mind — and he knows who he is! The other day I was watching a pornographic — though artful — performance work online and throughout the whole video the sex was so intense that the guy on bottom was actually crying.
So, why do women cry during sex? You might be crying because you just love having sex with your partner and you are simply overcome with passion. Having sex that creates such a strong trigger in your body is a basic human instinct, a primal reaction!
When you imagine having sex that you're totally into, crying probably isn't part of the picture. But sometimes when you're in the middle of doing the deed, your emotions take over and you suddenly find tears leaking out of your eyes. You might feel surprised depending on the situation, but being overcome with feelings during the act is actually pretty normal, even when you actively want to have sex.
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Picture this: You and your partner are hooking up and it's getting real hot. You burst into tears. What the actual hell?
You want a naked woman in your bed to be one of two things: horny or satisfied. Nearly half of women have felt unexplainable sadness after sex, the study finds. The good news: Her crying may have nothing to do with you.
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The reason some people may prefer to avoid crying during sex has everything to do with their partner. And that is never a bad thing. Humans crave passion.
They might be happy tears, tears of relief, or a bit of melancholy. Tears during or after sex can also be a purely physical reaction. Clinically speaking, crying after sex is known as postcoital dysphoria PCD or — occasionally — postcoital tristesse PCT. PCD symptoms may include tearfulness, sadness, and irritability after consensual sex, even if it was perfectly satisfying.