Tears

Tears turn me on. It doesn't really matter what kind of tears - happy, sad, angry, pained... but something about seeing them in a person I'd normally be attacted to sends shivers and heat through my whole body. It grows into a powerful urge to s***. There are times when I get off on a audio recordings of people sobbing, or loop videos where I can see the moment of heart break in someone's eyes, and loop it so it can watch it break over and over again.

The odd thing is that I really hate hurting other people in real life... How messed up is that?

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  • I think you're getting off on vulnerability..People in tears are vulnerable and more open to suggestion than when they're not experiencing emotions that bring them to tears. At a friend's kid's competition, I was alongside of the girl's mom, who was in such tears as the girl received 1st place, that she (the mom) didn't see her button-down top had popped open, showing off a nice amount of her emotion-heaving b****. As I looked right down her shirt for minutes, I thought..Don't stop crying..You'll realize your shirt is about halfway undone. So, in a way, guess I found her tears a turn-on..

  • pitocin / oxytocin

  • Yeah, that's weird...

  • Did you cry a lot as a child? I'm asking seriously.

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