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markbassplayer

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    Ageplay
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  1. I was planning to write about another venue in San Francisco next, but I wound up having a very interesting adventure in New York a couple of weeks ago that was quite entertaining. On a Friday night I went out to have a few drinks. I went to a few different places, and eventually found myself at an older gay bar that was hosting some absolutely incredible drag performers. The place was packed (and required proof of vaccination to enter, which I appreciated). It's a small rectangular venue with a bar one one side, a stage on the other side about 3/4 of the way in, a small dance floor in
  2. The first really interesting venue I discovered in San Francisco was a club called Badlands. It's now shut down and changing ownership, so it will be interesting to revisit when/if it reopens. Badlands was a gay video bar - lots of events, lots of good lighting and TV screens playing music videos, a small but active dance floor. It consisted of several areas including a bar that ran the length of the club, a front room with several seats, the dance floor, and various narrow hallways connecting the sections. It also did not have a women's restroom. The bathroom facili
  3. I'm fortunate to get to travel a decent amount for my job (at least, I was pre-pandemic--although trips are gradually coming back). One of the things I enjoy doing when I'm on the road is trying to find places where the uncommon incident of a girl using (or attempting to use) a urinal has a good chance of occurring. I've had a decent amount of success, and the purpose of this thread is to share stories of some of my experiences. There are a few attributes of a location that I've found increase the chances of this happening: 1. Limited bathroom facilities for women - especially when
  4. Mine is pretty simple, and I've actually gotten to experience it several times! I'm at a crowded event or venue. The lines for the bathrooms with stalls are very, very long. Some of the female-bodied people get so desperate that they go into the bathroom that has only urinals (either cautiously walking in or just waiting in that shorter line), then with a nervous grin they awkwardly use the urinals next to the one I'm using. There are several specific things that have to come together to make this situation happen--a crowded bar/club, limited stalls, a urinal-only bat
  5. Kink / fetish aside, that is completely unfair and frustrating. I've seen a few attempts to design urinals for women, but none seem to have caught on. This is a picture I came across recently of a more female-friendly design being tested out at a festival--but if you're wearing jeans (or basically anything other than a dress/skirt) it would leave you extremely exposed. mXsInud.jpg.1b69c4f3ea8e60d84d5908c7414a219a.jpg (1300×867) (peefans.com) @DesperateJill, your comment also reminded me of this picture - more than a little awkward, and it's a good thing she
  6. And that's the essence of why I find it so exciting to see women trying to use them. It's the culmination of a fascinating formula: 1. The desperation that leads her to go into a men's bathroom, and the taboo nature of being in there. 2. The frustration with not having a stall to use (for whatever reason) 3. Culminating in the decision that she has no choice but to try to maneuver herself to somehow use something that was absolutely not designed for her anatomy, surrounded by men, while trying not to expose herself, and also trying to not piss on her leg or her clothes. It
  7. The vast majority I've seen approach it by squatting while facing away from it, like these three examples: https://thumb-p1.xhcdn.com/a/huLRPzPOHN214Y1bSQS3UQ/000/336/058/741_1000.jpg https://thumb-p5.xhcdn.com/a/MPSVXgjkXri5cW-niIMCnw/000/336/059/215_1000.jpg https://thumb-p7.xhcdn.com/a/ZWmOeV3euC1GugFKCprOxw/000/336/064/657_1000.jpg I've only seen a woman use a urinal by standing and facing it twice. One girl walked confidently to the urinal, slide her jeans and panties down to mid-thigh, positioned things with her hand, and seemed very comfortable aiming (there
  8. It is fun, although I feel a bit guilty when it happens because it truly is unfair. I will admit my favorite part is watching when girls make up their mind to use the men's room--the deep breath, the determined walk, pushing open the door, then awkwardly pulling down their clothes and maneuvering to squat in front of a urinal--often next to a man.
  9. A fantastic story, both exciting and fully of empathy. I've known a few transdudes who got feelings of gender euphoria when they finally got to pee standing.
  10. I've known a few transmasc people who don't like STP devices for that exact reason. Urinals are a real challenge if you're trans.
  11. Many gay bars are set up to cater primarily to men. Gay bars in the middle of major metropolitan areas don't options for remodeling--they have to work with the space and setup they have. Thus, there are many in New York City and San Francisco that have limited bathroom facilities. I know of two bars that have a very specific bathroom setup: A men's room consisting of only urinals (both have three urinals, oddly enough) and a unisex one-seater bathroom. Both of these bars draw a very mixed crowed that includes lots of cis women. One of them even had a ladies' night on Tuesdays. A
  12. I've met a few transmasc people who have learned how to do it without a device, but it certainly isn't easy--and for some people, their bits just aren't structured in a way that makes it possible. Most of the videos I've seen of girls or trans men peeing standing and using urinals do require them to take off a good bit of clothing, but I've seen two where the individual just had to unzip, unbutton and then position everything just so. There's definitely at trick to it. I've talked to several people and walked them through it over the years!
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