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  1. In suburban or rural areas in China, people don't have toilet inside their houses. if they go to public toilet, they might need to walk miles away. most people just choose to pee in shower room or kitchen drain for their convenience. Many kitchens do not even have door. therefore, when one family member is peeing, other family members may be free to go inside the kitchen. it is common for family members of opposite sex seeing each other peeing in those areas. but in big cities, every new apartment have toilet inside, therefore, such thing will not happen. it is common for little girls to pee o
  2. yes, that is very interesting. I wonder if this is just a joke or Chinese men really looking for mates based on women's peeing postures. Do Chinese men pay enough attention to female urination position which become a criteria for them to find mates or just an exaggeration? if that is real, what is the real purpose of that? it is hard to make sense for men to pay much attention to the peeing position of their spouses in public bathroom if they never have chance to see it personally in a gender segregation bathroom environment.
  3. do western men consider long trough squat toilets in Chinese ladies rooms to be toilets for sluts? although the women who squat to pee inside the bathroom are not visible to men in gender segregation environment, the women are highly visible to each other inside the bathroom since they have no door, and only have partitions that are several feet tall. how would western men think if their wife or daughters go to squat to pee in Chinese bathroom with long through open squat toilets when the couples or family travel to China? do they think women who choose long through squat toilets are more slut
  4. I found a picture of a Japanese policewoman peeing in a Japanese website: https://duga.jp/ppv/piss-1215/
  5. do those groups that pee in hovering position habitually include policewomen? I have read a lot of webpages and saw a lot of movie scenes about women in different cultures, ages,personality, marriage and relationship status, with their same sex friends, with heterosexual male partners,peeing in different postures and styles,in various of public places, including shopping malls, movie theaters,schools and women prison (Puyallup jail which I mentioned in my another post), but none of them mention policewomen. I am curious how policewomen pee in public bathroom and do they pee significant di
  6. she has been conditioned to use indoor, Western style facilities, over a lifetime. She has a profound dislike of dirty indoor facilities, and has had bad dreams about them, on many occasions. I found a funny story on Chinese internet that there was a Chinese man went on a blind date with a woman. when they talk to each other for the first time, they could get along,but the man didn’t expect the woman to say that it was inconvenient for her to pee while squatting. the man drove the woman away as soon as she said that it was inconvenient for her to squat to pee. it mean that Chinese m
  7. there is a joke on Chinese internet that there was a Chinese man went on a blind date with a woman. when they talk to each other for the first time, they could get along,but the man didn’t expect the woman to say that it was inconvenient for her to pee while squatting. the man drove the woman away as soon as she said that it was inconvenient for her to squat to pee. https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1s441167rX/?vd_source=626323ad32e644d8224020804e335069 https://www.sohu.com/a/337798929_120282583 https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV164411r7MG/?vd_source=626323ad32e644d8224020
  8. there might be a strange belief among some Chinese men that women who sitting down on public toilet while peeing is associate with promiscuity and sexual infidelity. hovering while peeing in public toilet is associate with sexual purity and fidelity. women who don't want to control their bladder, don't want to hover, have sat on many different toilet seats in various of public places(such as shopping malls, movie theaters, gym house and such),willing to sit on toilet seat to relieve their bladder in public which too many other women have sat on,are considered likely to relief their sexual dri
  9. I think the author of the news article consider the habit of sitting down to pee on dirty toilet seat in public bathroom is akin to promiscuity,because too many women have sat on the western toilets. just like women who have sex with many men, who already have sex with many women, are likely to be infect with sexual transmitted disease,women who have habit to sit down to pee in public bathroom that many women have sat on will likely to infected with disease. women who don't want to control their bladder, don't want to hover, willing to sit down on dirty toilet seats to relieve their bladder, a
  10. those are all Chinese slang words that the google translation system cannot recognize. the google translation seem to translate too literally. the term "女生" originally mean female students or girls who are in school age, but in modern Chinese, it can mean young and unmarried women or girls in general. single women below 40 years old can still be called "女生", not just school age girls. the term "肉便器 " is a term that borrow from Japanese. It doesn't mean "meat toilet". It mean sluts or promiscuous women which considered to be sex toilets for men to contain their semen. the term "小号" literally me
  11. last Sunday (the day before yesterday)my younger sister, my mother and me went to shopping mall together, to buy some clothes and makeup. that was the last day of holiday on sale. Inside the clothes department of a department store in the mall, there is almost no heterosexual couple shopping together. almost all people are female. almost all of them of them go shopping with their same sex family members. when we went to bathroom together, we almost saw no men go into or come out of the men's room, while there were females from various of age groups (from little girls to female senior citizens)
  12. in public bathroom,women generally spend longer time to pee than men. some research show that the average time men spend to urinate is 39 seconds while women spend 89 second to urinate. https://www.aboluowang.com/2021/1017/1660533.html https://www-aboluowang-com.translate.goog/2021/1017/1660533.html?_x_tr_sl=zh-CN&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=wapp in public bathroom during holiday and weekend,there are long lines in front of women's rooms, while men's room are empty and quiet most of time. women are more likely to have to wait in line in
  13. inside the ladies room in gym houses in Taiwan, the situation is very different from the ladies room in shopping malls in Singapore. unlike the ladies room in shopping malls in Singapore, which most women prefer sit down to pee, women who go to gym house in Taiwan prefer pee while hovering when face western toilet. peeing in semi squat position is a normal inside ladies room in gym house in Taiwan, which often make mess of the toilet seat. https://www.commonhealth.com.tw/article/67990 gogle translate:https://www-commonhealth-com-tw.translate.goog/article/67990?_x_tr_sl=zh-TW&_x_t
  14. do your aunt and cousin also pee in full squat position?
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