Dacryphilia


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Dacryphilia

A release of emotional energy, like crying, caused by pain, humiliation or inflicting pain on someone causing that person to cry can border on having spiritual relief for some individuals. Dacryphilia is a tabooed fetish many wouldn’t understand, but really if looked at a little closer one might have a deeper opinion on it. Crying before, after, or even during sexual relations is experienced by an extreme number of people when they are in need of their orgasmic pleasure. Making someone cry can also help inner stress issues. Sounds weird to many, but it is true.
If you have ever found yourself or your partner crying sexually there is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about; you would be surprised at the number of people who use heights of pain and humiliation to produces the release of tears just so they can reach orgasm and reduced stress levels.
Crying on a sexual level can be an important part of having a emotional breakthrough for some. It can allow someone to experience sexual releases on a much deeper level. Why? Well tears are a stress reducer. The release of the stress alone is pleasurable for most everyone, as is having an orgasm; a huge stress relief for us.
Our bodies produce three kinds of tears, reflex, continuous, and emotional. Each form of tear has a different role in healing someone’s complicated issue. Whether the tear is caused from reflex like having a irritant in the eye, like sand, or the lubricant tears that our eyes produce without much notice. The third and a very important tear to humans is the emotional tear. Tears we feel when levels of stress, either negative, or positive bring emotion quickly to our spirited souls. We find, that all tears, are important in some way or another.
For example, reflex tears allow your eyes to clear out noxious particles when they’re irritated by smoke or exhaust. The second kind, continuous tears, are produced regularly to keep our eyes lubricated, these contain a chemical called “lysozyme” which functions as an anti-bacterial and protects our eyes from infection. Tears also travel to the nose through the tear duct to keep the nose moist and bacteria free.
It is typical after crying that our breathing, and heart rates decrease, and we enter into a calmer biological and emotional state, so I believe, that emotional tears have a special health benefit to humans. Biochemist and “tear expert” Dr. William Frey at the Ramsey Medical Center in Minneapolis discovered that reflex tears are 98% water, whereas emotional tears also contain stress hormones which get excreted from the body through crying. After studying the composition of tears, Dr. Frey found that emotional tears shed these stress hormones, as well as other toxins which accumulate during stress. Additional studies also suggest that crying stimulates the production of endorphins, our body’s natural pain killer and “feel-good” hormones.” Interestingly, humans are the only creatures known to shed emotional tears, though it’s possible that elephants and gorillas do too.
Jerry Bergman, author of “The Miracles of Tears says, “The simple act of crying also reduces the body’s manganese level, a mineral which affects mood and is found in up to 30 times greater concentration in tears than in blood serum. They also found that “emotional tears” contain 24 percent higher albumin protein concentration than tears caused by eye irritants.” (Bergman,1993) I would believe there is a need to cry for everyone. Emotions caused by stress should not be built up in our biological system.
Sex is a very emotional experience for some, and many people find harboured feelings breaking free once they experience that passionate connection with their current partner. There is large group of individuals that find many forms of sexual kink to be the only way to achieve heights of emotional distress to help cause the release of tears or orgasm.
The success in completing the sexual acts depends on local excitation and psychic stimulus, I would to say though.
The itching that arises in ones nasal area, when the heights of tears are forming is an indicator to either positive or negative emotions. Negative ones trigger anticipation, fear, a sense of something unknown. This is a huge high for many peoples “down there” sexual feelings. Why? Many emotions like happy, sad, anger, anxious, troubled, and scared, mixed with the negative or positive parental guidance can cause so many different fetishes. Crying is known to reduce high levels of emotion.
Dacryphilia is a form of paraphilia (sexual arousal from something outside of the normative) in which one is aroused by tears, or sobbing. Sexual arousal can follow intense experiences; anger, aggression, crying; but is it the tears themselves causing arousal, or simply the surge of emotion, or sense of passion one feels when seeing someone cry or being the crier themselves having an emotional catharsis.
Biologist Dave Taylor says, “The internet is a rich supply of evidence that tears are a turn-on for some. We do not need academic references to check for ourselves. Tears feature on many internet x-rated spanking sites. They are not hard to find. Crying can also be simulated – actresses seem to produce tears at will. I don’t know what hormones they might contain.” (interview)
Dacryphilia is a tabooed fetish many wouldn’t understand, but a closer look and one might at least try to make sense of how it could pleasure others. Men are usually molded into strong non crying alphas, no pain no gain kind of mentality. When really they feel and hurt just the same as the female gender does. Females have many crazy hormones also running through them, and they are molded to be sensitive but assertive towards these alpha men.
The fetish Dacryaphilia, in my opinion, comes from the natural bodies catharsis of negative or positive emotions deep with in our biological, social, and cultural well-being, or soul. We release tears because of anguish and or joy, leaving us to feeling better in some way or another. Biologic, social, and cultural factors will have a different effect on humans, but we all cry for many reasons, and sexual release is one of them. The use of inflicting humiliation or pain would be the stimuli, and crying would be a great way to release the build up of stressful emotions that one would encounter during their daily, or sexual lives.

Angeline

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