Big community funding update! Tears of Joy January 19, 6: It's not pain crying.
The first time it happened it totally freaked me out, but she assured me it was all good, that it was about going beyond a really good feeling to one of being "overwhelmed. It's since become the high water mark of our intimate relations, which are not particularly unusual in any way--meaning we're not doing something really freaky, for which tears might be appropriate.
I do my Why some women cry during sex to take full credit for pushing her climax that far, but it must be admitted that it's most likely when she's the active one. I'm widely experienced enough to think that this is, well, pretty unusual. I knew a girl once who said that really good sex for her was often followed by some form of tears, pretty much how you describe it.
Though I didn't manage to ever see it first-hand. I know this doesn't tell you much about the population at large, but unless we're talking about the same woman, I guess it's out there. It's never happened to me, but I've heard from male friends of mine that this happens to their female partners not infrequently. It's definitely not unusual. I've heard about this happening with female friends of mine. I don't think it's especially unusual--after particularly good sex I feel like jumping on the bed, standing on my head, doing somersaults, talking really fast, etc.
It's all this excess energy racing around inside my skin; if I suppress it, it kills the high. I'd imagine it's the same for your girlfriend. Interesting that it doesn't seem to happen to males so much. I knew a guy that had a mini-seizure every time he came I would have preferred it Why some women cry during sex he cried.
You two are probably having great, emotionally deep sex. It happens for me after sex like that - the urge to sob and bawl and let it all out wells up just after orgasm. And it feels sooo goood to the point where I am crying and laughing and smiling through my bawling.
Afterward I feel cleansed. I'd vote for the side of 'not common and somewhere near unusual' in terms of 'girls that do it or not'. Those that do, do it not uncommonly, I'd say, to varying degrees. Is that vague enough?
Who cares if it is or not? Whatever makes her happy! Believe your gf's explanation. Not unusual; it's happened to me a handful of times.
It wasn't even so much that anything in particular was triggering the tears, it's just that sometimes an orgasm leaves you totally naked mentally and emotionally as well as physically, and whatever fleeting impulse of an emotion happens to flit up into your brain just comes straight out. And sometimes, tears are involved in that. Not unusual, and no big deal. It's happened to me, and most female Why some women cry during sex with whom I discuss such things confirm that it's happened to them as well.
That said, it is NOT a high-water mark for me. It's great when it happens, since it's usually the sign of deeply emotional sex--but to happen every single time would be really exhausting, physically, mentally and emotionally.
It often seems a form of "relief" to a stressful period in my non-sex life as well. As a matter of fact, I think it would be impossible for it to happen every time for exactly those reasons. It happens to me sometimes.
I think it's because a really good orgasm is a kind of catharsis and you just let it all out. Sometimes that's just the switch that gets flipped. Generally a good thing, better when occasional.
Not unusual at all, I can attest. Not even a little unusual. Yep, seconding the whole tension release thing. P posted by Madamina at 7: Happened to a former GF sometimes when we "made love" vs you know, more pedestrian sex.
Why some women cry during sex kinda disturbed me though - some visceral reaction like I did something wrong. Hard to get used to, but not uncommon. It seems to freak dudes out, though, so I'm guessing that it's not all that common. One more vote for "it's normal, no big deal. It can be weird the first few times, and then I went through a phase of thinking I was a total sex god, but at some point I figured out that it wasn't about me at all -- it's just how some people process some combination of emotional closeness and post-sex hormones.
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I have had tears on a couple of occasions and only when I'm feeling deeply emotionally attached to my partner. I often giggle and laugh like crazy. It does seem to catch guys off guard a bit and I've appreciated it when the guy has talked to me about it.
I think they initially think I'm laughing at them, but it is just an expression of how good and deeply joyful orgasm makes me feel. Another "it's normal" here. And it's a good thing, in my opinion--the more dramatic my orgasm, the more tears, as a general rule. It's not an every time I come thing, but it's almost an every time I come with my husband thing.
Possibly not related, but he's the only person who's ever made me cry good way!
I have no idea what that means, though. Somewhere near the end, near orgasm or right after, it feels like some well of tears deep inside me gets unlocked and released. Sometimes, actual memories or sadness goes along with it, sometimes not.