remotetremor said: what are your favorite ways to make your husband cry? god i love your text posts and captions so much! : )
Believe it or not, it’s actually pretty hard to get hubby to a crying place, and it’s definitely gotten harder the longer we’ve been together as play-scenes that may have once sent him into an emotional orgasm of tears often now just sink him deeper into his semi-catatonic subspace as he’s become more accustomed to them.
But there are definitely ways, especially if we know a play-session with Ben is coming up and have time to prepare. For instance, a combination of not letting him cum for more than a few days followed by aggressively edging and then denying him release of any kind, even milking, often leave him feeling very fragile and sensitive, so edging him a lot before we see Ben often not only helps put him in a needy, me-and-Ben-focused mindset, but also one that is very susceptible to how Ben or I might treat him when we are playing. Add to that the adrenaline of a little pain to confuse him and get his head swimmy, via maybe some hard slapping or if Ben gets more physically aggressive as hubby fellates him, and he often turns into a plate balanced on the edge of the counter, needing only some earnest, hurtful talk about what a weak and helpless little boi he is, how mommy doesn’t love him like she used because of how pathetic he’s let himself become, how he doesn’t deserve to father mine or any woman’s children, how I love Ben more than him and always will and there’s nothing he can do about it — just really wonderful mean, cruel stuff like that — combined with Ben and I emphasizing our affection for one another, and he’ll usually open up like niagra.
It takes a while, like I said, but when it happens it’s so beautiful, like hubby’s tears are an art project I’ve worked long and hard on, come finally to glorious fruition. I love seeing men and women feel genuinely debased, hubby more than anyone. It’s his special gift that only I can tease out of him. Plus he says that, afterward, he feels better than at any other time in his life. That’s why I always make him say “thank you” over and over as he is crying, because gratitude is the seat of virtue.