I hate to see a woman cry, especially if she's hurt or upset. I love it when my wife cries because she's happy. I made her cry once and felt like the lowest life form in the universe. I never want to see her cry again because of something that I've done. <br />
And no, knowing that I can make a woman cry brings me no joy. I don't want to make women cry.
She very lucky to have you
Frankly, if any human being feels any positive emotions from making someone cry, unless those are tears of joy, they are in need of professional help. Regardless of gender.<br />
Thankfully most of the responses here are from normal human beings who understand that making another person feel bad enough to cry is a terrible thing with no merit to it whatsoever.<br />
That being said, if I ever give someone a gift so touching it brings them to tears, I'd likely be very proud of myself, and I hope that someday I have the opportunity to do that.
a woman's tears sadsends me regardless of who's responsible
It would make me feel sad personally. I don't like to see women cry so I try to do something to make her happy or give her a shoulder to cry on. If a women cried I would let her cry to let it out so she feels better and try to help her fix her problems. No it doesn't make me feel powerful just sad when she is sad. I would be sad but be strong so she can be happy.
No makes me want to figure out a way to make her happy
For me, it ranges from indifference to joy. I don't care at all if the girl is ugly. I just carry on about my day. But it's sooo amusing to see a beautiful woman break down in tears.
When a beautiful woman cries in front of me, I don't give any help at all. That way I can watch and enjoy the show. Their whole lives these women have had sympathy hurled at them whenever they needed it in difficult times. But with me all they get is a contemptuous side glare from five feet away as I watch them sob. I'm extra careful not to touch them, too. They already feel hurt, but the lack of touch makes them feel abandoned, too. The combination makes for an excellent spectacle.
The look on their faces is PRICELESS. Their eyes get so full of confusion, desperation, pain, and abandonment. It's absolutely HILARIOUS. I honestly wish I could read women well enough to find out their insecurities. That way I could make them cry whenever I wanted to. Sometimes I could use a quick, entertaining show.
Thank you for your lucid and thought-provoking answer. I feel the same way. "Their whole lives these women have had sympathy hurled at them whenever they needed it in difficult times." Awesome Schadenfreude! Yes, first thing they need to do is grow TFU. Next, accept that the world is incredibly Unfair - they're nothing special. Third, develop self-supporting skills to deal with the underlying problems in their lives - likely of their own making. Lastly, give legitimate credibility to the words so worthlessly thrown around like slogans by their sisterhood - Strong and Independent. But most importantly, they should learn fortitude from the time-earned skill of Taking Responsibility for Themselves and Their Own Actions. Made.Bed.Lie.
You are a sociopath
You are psychotic
selfishness is a two way street.. god that ***** makes me angry
My work mate cried recently after discovering her mum had cancer... I worked with her for several years and when I saw her crying, I really didn't know what to do in that situation, I felt helpless. I couldn't think of anything so I just hugged her.
Depends on why she is crying. I can feel empathetic, sad or angry if someone was cruel to her. In no case does making a woman cry make me feel powerful. It makes me feel just the opposite, like a rotten bastard, so I avoid it at all costs.
I feel really upset when a woman cries, when my girlfriend cries I hugs her and makes her feel that I am with her in her adversity or hold her hand and try to console her and make her laugh. I think we men might be physically strong but emotionally they are one step ahead from us, Hence I just love them and respect them
It makes me wanted to cry too. It's sad.<br />
No. It doesn't make me feel powerful. Actually it's the other way around. As if I am too weak to let her in such sad state.
It use to be my favorite game.<br />
Until it stopped being a game.<br />
And i really started devasting their lives.<br />
And the tears became real.<br />
Just like the feelings.<br />
Now it makes me uncomfortable.<br />
Not really, a woman crying - especially if when happens at work, makes me uncomfortable and unsure what to say or do. If my significant other and I are having a conversation of importance, or an argument, and she begins to cry - it means our conversation stops until the crying stops. I think crying is fine, and perfectly healthy - when in balance to the situation, however sometimes I feel it can be done as a manipulative measure to make the person opposite in an argument feel like a jerk, even if they may not be. Peace.
It makes me feel like crap even if i see on crying even if i did nothing woman can make me sad if they are.no i feel weak and dumb and useless
I can never forget when I made a woman cry. I HATED MYSELF... and still do some days when I think about it. I broke off our relationship a week later, because we discovered I still had the potential for that.
Makes me feel sad. :'(
Strange question ,unless its aimed at the person who made her cry.<br />
I would be upset that i had made any female cry,**** them off if need be but not make them cry.
Seriously it gives me a hardone ..... Sorry its true Make ups sex is the best
You asked the question and its something about kissing her with tears on her face.... Freaking turn on
Why does it turn you on? Im curious bc this guy im sexting said that he finds it sexy when a girl gets teary eyed when hes being rough with the girl. from the times we sexted before, i can tell that he liked it when he makes a girl scream out loud in pain during sex. Hes also super dominant and fantasizes about forcing girls to do certain things
Sadist not a Dominant nor a top.
If I see a woman cry I try and help out. My gf has cried and I was there to help her through it.
Thank you. It's how I am. Always want to help someone out if I can.
The same way women put-out these blood-curdling screams when men say, "Whooo" to the same experience....<br />
Who said it was OK for all women to scream at EVERYTHING?<br />
Men just say, "Oh ****!"