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Carb0nBased

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  1. I would explain it like this... being naked with a partner is sexual in part because we normally cover certain parts of our bodies with clothes, so having them uncovered is rare and exciting. In the rather unlikely chance your partner is a nudist and this doesn't ring true to them, you could say that touching someone's pelvic area or breasts is sexually exciting in part because we don't normally touch those parts of a random person's body--as far as I'm aware even nudists have boundaries around touch. So then it's not so much or a stretch that peeing, another activity that is commonly hidden (
  2. It's a shame your wife never was open minded enough to talk about this with you and answer your questions 😞
  3. I don't have relationship experience, well not more than a month and a half or so. I do also have just a few experiences with friends I was close enough to to get naked and even pee together. So people with more experience can surely provide better answers. However, it's likely that the answer depends on whether the fetish is specifically for naughty peeing or pee sex, or for peeing in general (watching, being watched, etc.). In the former case, just peeing together in the bathroom is unlikely to be particularly sexy in any case. For people who like peeing in general, peeing itself is inh
  4. I actually haven't seen too many of those stories from him. In fact in the past year the only other one I can find is from a frat party. Frat parties are the sort of place things like this happen. What I do see are a quite a few discussions of babysitters' attitudes toward peeing in Europe, Asian vs. Western attitudes toward peeing (his wife is Asian), and just general sightings from when he was younger. I'm sure he will answer your question for the times it DID happen like that--but what I see is someone who fits in enough at parties that party girls feel comfortable around him. I've alw
  5. Ellegant lines... Yeah, the subtle shape of the fabric on your body is beautiful, and it's nice to be able to see exactly how the pee ran down...
  6. I must be one of a rare breed of guys who doesn't think blow jobs are a big deal. Like, if I just want to get off I can do that myself. I'd much rather touch and explore a woman's body, in ways I can only do with a woman I'm close to, than lie there with my dick in her mouth.
  7. Does your stream actually hit/tickle your clit and/or labia as it exits? or is there something about the release of pressure from the bladder that stimulates you sexually? As a guy, I can say that there's no connection between peeing and arousal in that sense. In other words, even when very hard and a few rubs away from orgasm, peeing doesn't stimulate any sort of sexual sensation. If anything it does the opposite, telling the body to stay in "peeing mode" longer. Now, the idea of peeing under certain circumstances can provoke sexual thoughts, but it doesn't produce erotic physical sensat
  8. Welcome to the forum!
  9. Hi cute wetter, welcome to the forum!
  10. It seems like it's only some men who have trouble peeing while hard. For me when I'm hard it's a bit more difficult but still very possible (aside from, as you said, the aiming aspect). It's only during and shortly after orgasm that the flow is actually blocked. Now there are some men for whom apparently even that is not impossible but that's much fewer.
  11. Hi Eazy. You might want to post in the "Introductions" section, that way more people will realize you're here. I'll second the fact that a better way to get started talking to people is to respond to threads that other people have started that you have thoughts on or can relate to. Then once you have posted a few responses in those threads, you can maybe start your own threads about experiences you've had or questions you've always wanted the answer to. People here are generally not too bashful about sharing their experiences "publicly" (of course under the anonymity this forum provides),
  12. That is very interesting to read. For many of us guys we have difficulty peeing after we've cum (though in my case it only lasts one to a few minutes before going back to normal--nowhere near an hour), but this is because we use the same tubes for both, and the "valve" in the prostate hasn't yet opened back up to allow urine through. There may be a reason for this, to make sure we have pulled out and won't kill the sperm we just released with acidic pee. Obviously none of that holds for women, your urethras have no "fork in the road". The fact that being aroused doesn't make it difficult
  13. If you stand to use them, It's probably more hygienic than sitting on a toilet seat, particularly in a messy restroom. For that you could use one of those urination devices ("pee funnels"), or you can spread your labia and aim with your hands. There are guides online for women to learn to pee standing. Our member "Eliminature" has very much perfected this technique. If you squat in front of the ones that go down to the floor, it's the same as squatting to pee outside. And it sounds like the position Vanessa was describing is like the high hover some women do when they don't want to sit on
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