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jelly_bean
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I've noticed recently that anytime my boyfriend performs oral sex on me I start to cry, and this is real intense crying too. This never used to happen before (he's been performing oral sex on me for months now), and I was wondering if something is wrong? I still feel good when I have an orgasm, but me and my boyfriend are still worried about the bawling. Is this normal behavior? Thanks
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Heather
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Depends.

Have any past sexual trauma you're shouldering? That can be another reason.

Another is that orgasm is a really powerful thing, chemically speaking. So, crying, laughing, even wanting to shout at the top of your lungs really can happen and be absolutely nothing to worry about, I promise.

It may well be you're just having profoundly great sex.

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