Piss is free, readily available and versatile, with endless possibilities for exploration. Piss fucking, piss showering, piss control, piss drinking, piss ice-cubes, eating pissed over food, cooking with piss, pissed in underwear or clothes, stale piss, washing in piss, strong morning piss – all these offer great scope for an imaginative, sleazy mind.
Many slaves are required to drink their Master's piss, some willingly, others with force. Most men into watersports like pissing on someone or being pissed on. Whether clothed or naked, the feeling of fresh warm piss splashing all over your chest or genitals or arse can be incredibly sensual. The feeling of body contact when one or both of you is soaked in piss is another sensual trip. Revel in the slippery wet sensation, and the smells. After all, sex itself is inherently wet!
Watersports is the slang term for the inclusion of urine or the act of passing urine in sexual or erotic play in order to enhance sexual excitement or intimacy, or in other words, erotic pissing. The technical term for this is urolagnia or urophilia. This is generally harmless, as long as the piss doesn't get into any orifice or wound. If someone does end up urinating in your mouth (or you drink your own urine), he could conceivably transmit an infection. No documented cases of HIV being transmitted through urine have been identified, but again, it's a theoretical possibility.
Urination is a completely natural bodily function, and yet one that is considered extremely personal or private. The water that passes through us carries the very essence of our selves. Not only does it come from deep within our bodies; it comes from every part of the body. Urine is a part of our blood for a time before it flows ou
t of us. Blood flows to all points inside us, and urine is what's left after the blood has nurtured our bodies. In some naturopathic or holistic disciplines, it is called the water of life.
In men, of course, the same organ is used for pissing and ejaculation. The nerves in the genital area are already wired for sexual pleasure, so to speak, and many of the physical sensations in ejaculation and pissing are extremely similar.
To some extent, the concept that our genitals, and by extension anything which comes from them, are dirty, has influenced most of us to one degree or another. Part of it is that most cultures of the world choose to hide those parts from public view. But that doesn't make them dirty. It only makes them private. Also, we usually deposit our urine away from where we eat and sleep because urine exposed to the microorganisms of the environment soon emits ammonia, and ammonia has a pretty nasty odour. But food left exposed turns into nasty stuff too, and food certainly isn't dirty.
Urine has a distinctive smell that most of us have been trained to shrink from. Once past the cultural conditioning, however, the smell of fresh piss, whether strongly concentrated or highly diluted, may be no more offensive than the sharp tang of strong whiskey or the musty smell of a ripe cheese, both of which are odours which some people like and some do not. The smell and taste may be regulated, if that is desired.
There are many things that may make piss or pissing an erotic turn-on for some men. Water is fun to play with and play in. For some, it is the very cultural taboos associated with pissing that are the turn-on. For others its a means of domination or control. Watersports is a way to be deliciously naughty by sharing something that's supposed to be completely private. It's not literally dirty, but only in the sense that it's taboo. For others, it is the intimacy that pissing implies that eroticises piss and pissing. We can share this very personal and private act, this essential substance with a partner. It is an intense form of cock-worship: ‘I am so enamoured of your cock that I will take anything that comes from it’.
For almost any man, pissing is a satisfying action. Your bladder fills and enlarges. You feel the need to piss, and if that urge is at first denied or delayed, it grows more urgent. The male bladder lies right next to the prostate, and the more it distends, the more pressure it exerts, which in many men will produce a feeling of arousal or a physical erection.
The natural colour of fresh piss varies from a bronzy orange to almost colourless, and taste and aroma usually (not always) vary with the colour. Concentrated piss, the first morning piss load after a good night's sleep, for instance, can be quite dark, will have a sharp odour, and a strong bitter taste. After drinking a lot of clear fluids in a short time, and pissing several times, urine will be almost like water in all three respects. Colour, smell, and taste will also be affected by what you have ingested that the body is flushing.
We take many things into our bodies, some of which the body needs and can use, some of which it cannot. The body balances the levels of minerals and other nutrients it needs, and manages other substances it does not need or want, by flushing them out. The water-soluble wastes are eliminated in the urine.
None of these things make piss dirty. It is nearly sterile when it leaves our bodies, and, barring our having consumed something toxic, it contains no toxins. Piss has, in fact, been used as a disinfectant for wounds during wartime; it is recommended by some as a soak for athlete's foot and other fungal infections; and there are some natural health practitioners who recommend and swear by ingestion of one's own urine as a therapeutic regime. It is most certainly cleaner than saliva, considering the bacteria farms we grow in our mouths.
Urine is mostly water and relatively sterile. But this does not mean it qualifies for the recommended 6 - 8 daily glasses of water. Besides that, it contains the following: soluble minerals in excess of your body's needs, mostly common salt, but with some magnesium, calcium, potassium, and phosphate. Nitrogenous material, primarily urea. Also present is a more complex compound called creatinine, which is mostly responsible for the colour and odour. These substances are nontoxic. There is also a small amount of uric acid and an even smaller amount of ammonia. Neither of these is present in enough concentration to do any harm. It also contains, water-soluble stuff your body needs but is unable to retain. This includes the water-soluble vitamins like C and the B complex. If you take large amounts of vitamin supplements, you increase the concentration of these in your urine. Some of these will make urine bright yellow, with little effect on taste or smell.
Additionally, it contains food components that, though nontoxic, are of no use. These include various natural and artificial flavouring and colouring agents. A lot of the aspartame in diet drinks and other artificially sweetened products is passed. It also contains, by-products of the digestive breakdown of food compounds. These are also nontoxic. The best known example is what happens when you eat asparagus — your urine will have a strong aroma, a bitter flavour, and sometimes a distinct greenish colour. The liver converts sulphur compounds in the asparagus to methylthiol, (a water-soluble gas) which is passed. Methylthiol is not toxic in the quantities present in urine (that quantity being very small), but it is one of the smelliest compounds known. The human nose can detect it in concentrations of much less than one part per million in air, and remember that taste and smell are very closely linked. You may detect the same effects in areas with a high sulphur content in local water.
It also contains, toxins that you have consumed, or their digestion by-products. Such toxins include alcohol, caffeine and some recreational drugs. (That's not a value judgment; to the body, they are toxic.) Therapeutic or medicinal drugs in excess of the body's needs may also be passed, as well as small quantities of blood protein, and sloughed off cells and mucous from your bladder and urethra linings. Trace quantities of hormones, including sex hormones can also be present. (All are passed in minute concentrations, and none are toxic.)
Urine should not contain common sugar (glucose) in any but minute amounts. If someone's urine is discernibly sweet, but he has not consumed an artificial sweetener, he ought to see a doctor. The cause may be diabetes. (In the past, pharmacists sometimes determined the amount of sugar in diabetics' blood by tasting their urine.) There is no reason to believe diabetes may be passed in urine, it's simply a way of detecting it. Urine should not contain blood or pus. Again, if it does, see a doctor. In males, traces of semen may be present, especially after sexual activity. In addition, some disease pathogens (germs and viruses) can be passed in urine.
Assuming that you know you're free of infections and any major medical problems, then there aren't any harmful side effects to your health.
The more concentrated the urine, the stronger the taste and smell will be. If you prefer a lighter brew, drink fluids, lots of fluids. Plain old water works wonderfully, and also clear fruit juices. Citrus juices will also dilute piss but may give it an acidic taste. Cranberry juice is a favourite for many watersports buffs. Not only does it dilute your urine, it's also a natural diuretic — that is, it makes you need to piss more. The more frequently you piss, assuming you are also replacing the fluids, the more quickly your piss will become diluted and light in colour, taste and smell.
Coffee and tea are also diuretic. But lots of coffee can make your urine dark and strongly flavoured. Tea is better, especially herbal tea. Caffeine is a diuretic and also a mild aphrodisiac, but in excess quantity can make you jumpy and keep you up all night.
For alcoholic beverages, beer is the first choice for most piss-lovers. There's a reason for that. Beer adds almost no taste to piss, and again, it's a natural diuretic. Wine, especially white wine, is similar to beer in its effect on piss, but other alcoholic drinks are less predictable. Clear spirits like vodka, rum and gin are less likely to affect taste or smell, but all alcoholic beverages have a diuretic effect. Of course, too much alcohol, of any type, will have other effects you may not want.
Another strategy for more appealing pee is to consume less of what makes your urine smell. Unless you are starving, you probably eat far more protein than you need to rebuild muscle mass. The excess is metabolized (burned for energy), but not very efficiently. Some of the odour and colour of urine comes from by-products of protein metabolism. If you cut down on foods with high concentrations of protein, you reduce the odour. Such foods are meat, fish, dairy, and eggs. Even some vegetables have high protein concentrations: peas, beans, lentils, and peanuts. If cutting down on these foods is not something you want to do, concentrate on dilution.
Healthy kidneys are very efficient, and can filter off excess water as fast as your digestive system can absorb it. Passing excess water through your system also has a cleansing feeling about it.
If you are going to get into a heavy piss scene, be sure that you replace the fluid you are pissing out with something. Diuretic agents may make you piss more, but can also lead to dehydration. If nothing else, that can give you a killer hangover the next day, but it can also have more serious effects. Drinking another man's piss is not the way to do this. Piss is already diluted and passes through you faster than any other liquid. If you plan to be pissing a lot, you should also plan to drink a lot of other fluids to avoid dehydration.
Recovering alcoholics know that the body processes ethyl alcohol into sugar, which is not normally passed in urine. Drugs are chancier. Psychoactive drugs, especially all recreational drugs in the general group known as uppers or speed, may be passed in urine. Whether there is a high enough concentration to affect the person who may ingest that urine depends on several factors. The bodily functions that produce urine are designed to dilute "toxins" at the same time as they eliminate them. Casual users of such drugs (probably) will not pass them in sufficient concentration to have any effect on your system. Chronic or excessive users of such drugs may.
There are many variations on the basic scene. Some men like wet clothes. Either pissing in their own clothes, in front of others, having someone piss on theirs, or pissing on other men's clothes. Some like feeling someone up in wet briefs or a piss-soaked jock, or sucking the piss out of soaked garments while they're still on another man. Some men get off on a pool scene. Some piss-lovers will spend most or all of the evening in a bath (or a plastic wading pool, or a trough-style urinal) letting multiple men piss on them, until they are lying in several inches of urine. Some are into becoming a human toilet, spending hours hoping to be used as a urinal. Some men are into piss enemas. If that really means an enema, administered with a bag and hose and nozzle rig, only using piss instead of water, or having a piss-fuck.
Another variation is catheters. A catheter is a tube inserted in the urethra up to the bladder to hasten drainage. Piss itself is generally sterile, but the external end of the urethra is not. Catheterization for draining only should be done in as aseptic a manner as possible, and catheters should not be used to re-introduce piss into the body after evacuation, anyone else's or even yours. Pathogens can be introduced that way which can lead to serious bladder or kidney infections. A safer option is a so-called condom catheter, a sheath that fits over the penis with a narrow tube leading from the end.
And of course, there is the act of actually drinking piss. Some prefer kneeling before the pisser, mouth open, letting it fill the mouth until the overflow runs down the body. Some take the hose right in their mouths, eager to take every drop. Some men like to drink strong-flavoured piss; others wait until they can get clear recycled piss with little or no flavour. In a one-on-one scene, a Golden 69 can be incredibly intimate and exciting, if you're both into drinking piss and your bladders are on a compatible schedule. It's all a matter of choice.All watersports, like any other sexual activity, is a matter of choice.
By definition, watersports does involve exchange of bodily fluids. Except from someone who has ingested major amounts of toxins, piss is possibly the most sterile of any fluid excreted by the human body. Human piss has been used as a surgical disinfectant, and is known as an effective treatment for fungal skin infections, especially your own piss. I have a friend who consulted his physician about an eye infection and was told that the best treatment would be for someone to piss in his eyes once a day. Ingestion of piss is more complex. As far as HIV transmission is concerned, all evidence suggests that the risk is minimal. HIV has been identified in minute concentrations in urine, but the protein coating of the virus is incomplete — a by-product of the processes which produce urine in the body — and the literature strongly suggests that any HIV transmission in urine is not a vector for infection. The same is not true for other pathogens, especially the various strains of hepatitis. Hepatitis can be transmitted in urine or faecal matter.
One potentially serious risk, though not likely in most situations, is related to gonorrhea. Most gay men are familiar with symptoms of ‘the clap’, know that it is very treatable, and will get immediate treatment, and most are smart enough to stop playing around until they're "clean". But if the semen or urine of someone infected with gonorrhea gets into the eye, it can result in gonoccocal conjunctivitis. Within 12 to 48 hours of infection, the eye becomes red and painful. All gonococcal infections are readily treated, even in the eyes, but immediate attention is needed. Untreated infections can lead to ulceration of eye tissue with serious consequences.
Urinary tract infections (urethritis, cystitis, and ureteritis) are infections of various parts of the urinary tract. Viruses, (herpes simplex type 2), fungi (notably candida,) or parasites may cause them. All may be transmitted via urine, but the most common vector is not systemic (that is, by ingestion) but direct physical contact with the external opening of the urethra.
The greatest risk of UTI transmission in watersports is in catheter play without appropriate sterile precautions, and in the re-introduction of piss into the urethra. As with hepatitis, UTI's are easily and effectively treated if detected promptly, and the symptoms are similar to gonorrhea — burning or irritation during urination and swelling or redness around the opening of the urethra.
What about the traces of semen found in piss? That is a major unknown factor. HIV (and other STD pathogens) are transmitted via semen and pre-seminal fluids. If a man has recently ejaculated, traces of semen may be present in his urine. If he is very aroused but has not yet come, traces of pre-seminal fluid may be present. There is clearly a risk factor there, but almost all watersports activities are still less inherently risky than other unprotected sexual practices. This is important, however, for men who want to have someone else piss in them anally — a straight from the hose piss enema. If the guy is aroused enough to achieve penetration, there is a definite possibility of pre-seminal fluid or semen itself being present in the urine. Any unprotected genital-anal penetration involves a potential risk of HIV transmission or infection with other STDs.
With regard to the transmission of HIV or other STDs, there is no such thing as completely "safe" sex other than solo masturbation. Watersports, in general, is probably "safer" than other many other sexual practices, but any gay man has to follow his own guidelines in this as he would in any other sexual activity.
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