(November 2016 - explicit emotions safe for most viewers)
Words: "When I was a child, I used to hide to cry. There are details in my personal story that explain why, but it’s also a pretty universal thing. We hide when we are hurting. We hide to lick our wounds. We hide to not impose, upset, shock, appear weak. We hide so we can let go.
I’m as fascinated with my crying as I am with my orgasms. And the tears seem like an even more truthful measure as I don’t know how to induce them. (The orgasms on the other hand… but that’s a different story for a different time.)"
Continued on: rainrobert.wordpress.com/2016/11/28/on-hiding-to-cry/