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By Jane Ridley. Trapped in a marriage where the sex was routine, freelance journalist Robin Rinaldi , now 50, embarked on a month experiment in which she lived apart from her husband during the week and took lovers. Stuck in a rut — our once-a-week sex life was loving, but lacked spontaneity and passion — I was craving seduction and sexual abandon. I was having a midlife crisis and chasing this profound, deeply rooted experience of being female. Before then, starting a family had felt like one route to this elusive state of feminine fulfillment.
They might be happy tears, tears of relief, or a bit of melancholy. Tears during or after sex can also be a purely physical reaction. Clinically speaking, crying after sex is known as postcoital dysphoria PCD or — occasionally — postcoital tristesse PCT. PCD symptoms may include tearfulness, sadness, and irritability after consensual sex, even if it was perfectly satisfying. It can happen to anyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. In a study , researchers surveyed heterosexual females and found PCD to be prevalent. Using an anonymous questionnaire for a study , researchers found that of 1, males, 41 percent experienced PCD.