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    Movies and Crying

    I find myself, when dressed as Janet, sometimes wanting to drink a few glasses of wine, and find a sad movie, or a movie with a very happy ending after someone does something incredibly nice for someone, that will make me cry. I seem to feel much better after a good cry, is this weird????

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    Not sure. It's probably not as common as thinking of sex, tho!
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    I’m weird that way. Two movies brought tears to my eyes that I can think of: ‘Field of Dreams’ and ‘A River Runs Through It’.

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    It's not weird at all. I cry at least a few times every month. Expressing your emotions like that is just healthy!

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    I find myself crying, or coming to tears in the most silly movies and TV shows.....

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    I couldn't agree more. I love tv shows and great movies that make me cry. It makes me feel more human and quite alive. And also closer to my perceived femme side. Both my late wife and my present wife found it endearing and said that it separated me from the Neanderthals, jocks, butt heads, and mysogynists that most of their girlfriends had married.
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    I certainly cry more when watching ‘poignant moments’ in films and T.V. if I’m dressed.

    But being dressed won’t make me more likely to watch a rom-com or other chick flick.

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    Being dressed, or not, makes no difference as I weep very easily at such moments. What I dislike is sometimes I feel very cynically manipulated by the the programme or film makers. You see it coming a mile off and say "I am not going to let them make me cry" repeatedly, but usually to no avail.

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    Doesn't matter if I'm dressed or not. If a scene is working perfectly I can loose it. "When Harry Met Sally" and "It's A Wonderful Life" work every time!

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    Hi Janet
    Dressed or not in recent years I have found myself choking up with similar scenes, or when women on screen cry or get upset. Also can’t stand seeing animals being mistreated on screen – eg poaching, cruelty to pets etc. Has it coincided with my growing interest in CDing – maybe – don’t know.
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    Yeah, on "the shining" "here's johnny" scene when Jack Nicholson start hitting the door with the ax, I get choked up and have a good cry.
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    Oh hell, I've been known to tear up on occasion for the right commercial while I'm watching television regardless of what I'm wearing or drinking
    It's just the clothes... isn't it?

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    I don't need to be dressed or have a glass of wine in order to cry at some scene inn a movie. I have always been somewhat emotional that way.
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    I only seen my husband cry a couple of times, but do y'all remember when Marissa died in the O.C.? Lol he cried a little, he will go to the grave denying it though!

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    It doesn't matter how I'm dressed or where I am. If I even think of a movie tears will start rolling down my cheeks. Like my fav, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, were she sends cat out to fend for himself. If it pops up in my head it will bring me to tears every time. Yes even now.

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    I cry at movies and some TV shows all the time. and of course if I'm in mixed company I fight it more then If I'm alone of with my wife on the couch. I should add it doesn't matter how I'm dressed.

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    I do cry at certain moments in films, Brief Encounter in particular. Also I despise any form of cruelty to animals and seeing one hurt or in distress starts the tears rolling. Sometimes a happy ending also does it. This happens dressed or drab.
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    Yes, I often cry at movies.

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    As males we are told that boys don't cry so when we feel the need we fight it thus shedding tears feels weird. I have been known to tear up when watching something sad or something joyous but than having to run to the bathroom to fix my raccoon eyes.
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    I am with the majority here, I cry at really sad and Happy Movies.

    I don't cry when I run my stockings though !

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    I have always teared up at very sad, or happy movie scenes, funerals, and other emotional situations. I don't think that being dressed has anything to do with it, it's just me. I used to try to hold it back (male conditioning) and feel embarrassed about it. I don't hold back now like I used to, and I don't feel guilty about it. I realized that this is just me. I just don't conform to the male stereotype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikky View Post
    Hi Janet
    Dressed or not in recent years I have found myself choking up with similar scenes, or when women on screen cry or get upset. Also can’t stand seeing animals being mistreated on screen – eg poaching, cruelty to pets etc. Has it coincided with my growing interest in CDing – maybe – don’t know.
    Vikky
    I cant stand watching animal cruelty in any form I sometimes wonder if I have more empathy for animals than humans ?

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    I go to movies and get misty eyed to many of the movies that I have seen over the last year. I have always been this way, but being that "male persona" I would fight it internally and control. Now, after two years of figuring out what I really want, I sit at movies, get emotional during some of them, and explain to my wife that we just have to go see this movie together. Imagine my surprise when I see her looking at me, even though i'm watching the movie for a second time, and she's dry eyed when i'm ready to sob. She actually watched Bohemian Rhapsody with me, and didn't understand why I was so emotional. I saw that movie 4 times alone and a 5th time with her, and I cry each time at the end because Freddie Mercury suffered and searched his entire life for love, and didn't find it till it was too late...spiraling downwards because he couldn't find happiness in his life.
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    The movie, "The Notebook" is a tear-jerker! Beautifully done movie but it makes me cry just thinking about it!!

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