Have you ever felt like you wanted to cry during sex? Not out of pain or dread, but out of pleasure, safety and emotional release?
If so, you are not alone!
Welcome to the crygasm!
Many people feel the urge to cry during sex, but because it is not usually spoken about publicly, they hold back their tears and shut down the emotional experience. Since publishing this episode, we have heard from SO many people who have experienced crygasms and felt ashamed of the experience. Learning about crygasm as a “thing” can help you realize that this is a natural part of sex and can feel really cleansing and clearing!
To our knowledge, sex pioneer Annie Sprinkle was the first to coin the term “crygasm” to refer to the cathartic release of emotion during orgasm.
In this episode, we talk all about crygasms.
- What is a crygasm?
- Why do crygasms happen?
- What do crygasms mean?
- What should you do if a crygasm is approaching?
- What should you do if your lover starts crying during sex?
- Do you have to talk about it?
We believe that crygasms are one of the most profound erotic experiences, and can be incredibly cathartic and cleansing if you handle it well. We share our strategies for how to let crygasms run their course without interuppting your sexual experience.
If you’ve ever been on the brink of crying during sex, this episode is for you. If you have ever sensed your lover was holding something back, tune in and learn how to stay present and strong enough for your partner to fully release during sex.
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