A helpless woman seeks out The Sun’s sexual and relationship counselor, Dear Deidre. Her boyfriend starts crying every time he has an orgasm.
“I do not know what I am doing wrong,” the woman said. She is 27 years old and he is 32 years old.
“He is divine and we get along so well. We have fun dating and traveling, and we rarely quarrel. Sex is great for me, but it doesn’t seem to be that good for him as he always ends up crying. ”
The woman says that they lived with his parents for a while but are moving.
“I thought this would change after we started having sex more often, but it’s worse. What’s going on?”
Deidre reassures the woman and says:
“He does not start crying because he is sad, but quite the opposite. These are just his body’s natural reactions to this emotional and sexual journey you are embarking on. When you have an orgasm, you release hormones that build up during sex. It can be overwhelming. If this bothers you, you can try different poses so that it is not as overwhelming.”