I asked her if everything is ok, she nodded her head and turned away without saying anyting. I tried to talk to her but, since she didn't reply, I assumed she fell asleep.
I now realize that she was crying, though I did nothing to hurt her in any way.
Please be aware of this before entering this forum. I stopped to let her rest, but she looked at me and shaked her head, and prompted me to keep moving. I still decided to wait, and then I continued (she came one more time as I was doing that) with the logical finish for myself. I heard girls cry sometimes during sex, that its some physical or emotional thing, that it doesn't mean anyting bad.
Next day we woke up and everything was as usual, she would joke a lot, we laughed, and went to a movie theater and had a great time.
Now her what I thought was a "one time fantasy" continued our next night and up to today. It wouldn't make me that worried if she didn't cry every single time we have sex, and most disturbingly after the sex.
Forum rules You are entering a forum that contains discussions of a sexual nature, some of which are explicit. I found that kinda weird, but I just thought it's a one time fantasy or something like that and that she's not serious saying that I can hit her and stuff. So we had our first sex - I would hold her tightly so she could barely move, but I swear, I made sure she is not hurt and watched her reactions carefully as we had sex.
The topics discussed may be offensive to some people. Everything was great and I found her very intense and sensitive, she came first.
Every night we have sex in "her style" - I hold her very tightly, sometimes I cover her mouth (she takes my hand and puts and covers her mouth with it), she always tells me before sex to "pound her as hard as I want", not to care about her, her feelings, and also asks me not to think about her as a person, but as someting I want to use, and...destroy. And when I say she cries after sex I mean that she cries A LOT and for a long time before she falls asleep.
I know some women have these violence-fantasies, but she.. She NEVER speaks during sex (only moans), she never says a word after sex, no matter how many times I try to talk to her.I don't think you are trying to "deny who you are" in resisting treating her in a dehumanised way.What would happen if you asked her to "make love" with you in a romantic movie way? She's smart, sensible, beautiful, and we share many things in common. Since our very first night together she told me she wants me to be.dominant when we're having sex. Everything about our relationship is normal, 1.5 years together, everything's good, no big quarrels.It's possible that she's not comfortable with her own submissive sexuality, which is why she's asking you to "own" the process for both of you.