Golden Shower

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What for some people is a cause of disgust, for others can be a source of pleasure. In this case the element that polarizes the crowds is pee.

Piss play and watersports are the general English terms that encompass all sexual practices that have to do with urine and that fall within fetishism or kink as they are (statistically) atypical practices.

Other terms with which they can be found mentioned are pissing, golden shower, golden rain, urolagnia, urophilia, undinism or ondinism (there is also a bit of poetry in this if we consider that undines or undines are legendary creatures, beautiful nymphs of waters with an enchanting voice).

As atypical as they may be, these are sexual practices that arouse the curiosity of many people, are practiced by just as many and can easily be inserted into a varied and not necessarily "extreme" sexual life.

The most common terms are pissing and golden shower, which refer to a type of sexual practice: urinating on (or near) one (or more) partners or having one (or near) urinate on them.

Depending on what the person who receives the pee and the person who gives it likes and what triggers the excitement, the flow of urine can be directed towards various parts of the body: chest, genitals, face or into various orifices (mouth, vagina, anus). Yes, the last two sound more like Olympic practices than sexual ones given the degree of difficulty but some people really try hard to do it.

This is the most widespread sexual practice among those involving urine, but there are many others. Some people derive their arousal from the smell of urine or the sound of urination or simply the sight. The erotic scenarios that can be constructed are practically infinite.

Pee in BDSM

When sexual practice is inserted into a dynamic of power exchange, it falls within the world of BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Domination, Submission, Sadism, Masochism).

In this case a dynamic of domination/submission is established and the act of urinating on a person can also be used as a form of humiliation and degradation (the submissive part can be treated like a "human toilet").

The Master's or Mistress's urine can become a punishment for the slave, or, on the contrary, a coveted prize, a precious gift that the dominant party grants to the submissive one.

Urine can also be a more or less marginal part of very specific role-playing games, as in the case of the Adult Baby, the person who derives sexual gratification from regression to an infantile state, personifying a newborn who can wear a diaper and pee on yourself. There is also a specific acronym for this role: ABDL – Adult Baby andamp; Diaper Lover (literally: Adult Child and Diaper Lover). It is a dynamic that is part of Age-play, a role-playing game in which those who participate assume a different age from their actual age, modifying their appearance and attitudes accordingly.

Another BDSM scenario that could include urine and the act of urination is that of pet play, where one assumes the appearance and attitudes of animals (very often pets such as dogs and cats).

Piss play: variations on the theme

Without straying into BDSM dynamics, there are other practices in addition to the famous golden shower.

The excitement could derive from the sight of urine, or from listening to a person in the act of peeing, or from the smell of urine, perhaps perceived on clothing (in this case we speak of renifleurism).

Those who practice wetting, on the other hand, derive gratification from peeing themselves by wetting their clothes (perhaps in public, to increase the feeling of discomfort and embarrassment) or from seeing someone pee themselves. Some people get excited at the sight of their underwear getting wet with urine (this is also a very eroticized image in pornography).

There are also more complex practices such as bathing, bathing in urine.

When urine is drunk it is called urophagia.

From the discussion we opened on our channels, the golden shower also emerged as an autoerotic and therefore individual practice.

In Japan, a particular kink linked to urine is known which is called Omorashi and involves urine being retained in the bladder until the moment of urgency. Here too, pleasure can derive from different paths: from the sensation deriving from the urgency of emptying the bladder or from the sight of another person holding their pee. The release of urine can be eroticized or not and coincide with (or come close to) the moment of orgasm.

If this seems to resonate with you, it's because a few years ago, in 2018, the trend of peegasm, the orgasm induced by urination, which is achieved by releasing pee after holding it in the bladder for as long as possible, suddenly made the rounds in the "news". possible. Sensations of pleasure can be generated by the pressure that the full bladder exerts on structures such as the clitoris, vagina, urethral sponge and pelvic nerves, all involved in the experience of sexual pleasure. Or it can occur at a moment already full of excitement, such as when you take a break from sexual intercourse to empty your bladder.

All great, but is it also healthy and safe?

Yes and no.

No sexual practice is 100% safe: what we can do is take all the precautions to make it as safe as possible (safe sex does not exist but safer sex does).

The fact that holding pee (repeatedly) is not a healthy practice should be known: it promotes the possibility of developing infections and can damage the bladder, prostate, kidneys.

Regarding the golden shower: it must be kept in mind that urine can contain bacteria and become a carrier of infections if, for example, the person giving it has an ongoing infection and his urine comes into contact with lacerations and wounds of the skin or mucous membranes.

Urine is a compound that the body needs to expel: drinking it means asking the kidneys to work extra hard.

For more in-depth information we invite you to seek medical sources.

To minimize the risks it is good to make sure you are healthy (regular tests should be a habit to check your sexual health and that of your partner) and keep the flow of urine outside the body, allowing it to come into contact only with skin healthy and undamaged.

Why do we like golden showers?

For some, pleasure may come from the sensation of urine flowing over their body.

Elements of excitement can be the taboo, the fact that it is an act considered forbidden and dirty, and therefore the transgression of social norms.

The idea of sharing something taboo with a partner can increase intimacy and strengthen a bond, making it more special. Urine can take on the value of an intimate and special gift intended for a special person, or it can expose one to a sought-after vulnerability.

In some scenarios, as we have seen, it can satisfy the desire for submission or domination (or humiliation, degradation, etc.).

What can be exciting is the idea of "marking the territory", leaving a trace on your partner.

The release of a fluid from the body could be mentally associated with ejaculation.

Pleasure can come from intentionally losing control, from letting go of a more primitive, wild, visceral, almost animalistic sexuality.

Where can you start to experience golden shower?

We always start from the base: consensus. If you want to try this practice, you can start a conversation with the person with whom you want to share it to understand if on the other side there is an intention to venture into this territory: nothing is taken for granted in sexuality, even more so when less common practices are chosen that could make other people uncomfortable.

Before starting, it is also a good idea to tell each other your fantasies, imagine possible scenarios together and expose each other's limits so that you know how far you can push yourself and what to absolutely keep out.

This does not mean that there cannot be room for improvisation or that any ambiguity and uncertainty can be eliminated: we often do not know exactly what we want and what we like, especially if we are venturing into uncharted territory. We need to deal with this gray area and have care and empathy towards the* partner to make sure that all the people involved in the sexual activity feel good and are willing to continue (not without embarrassment and inconvenience, but always with the will to attend).

The simplest place from which to start is certainly the bathroom, where the shower or tub undoubtedly facilitates the cleaning and restoration of the nose, but you can also go outside, where you can cultivate that element of transgression, adventure and even of territoriality. You can use precautions to protect surfaces. Trivially: put towels on the floor. There are also products designed to protect the bed, such as "sex blankets", blankets designed for sexual use that absorb fluids and retain them, such as the Fascinator Throw by Liberator. The least aesthetic and most economical solution is that of crosspieces.

Small precautions that always help are drinking lots of water (for diluted urine) and paying attention to what you eat.

If you love outdoor adventure, you can also go outside the house: with your imagination you can build infinite scenarios; once the security part has been managed, as the good The Notorious B.I.G. would say, sky's the limit.

And if you think that all these practices are private events that happen behind closed doors, know that there are also piss parties, thematic events in which piss play is contemplated and encouraged (call WetNHot).

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