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  1. Hey everyone, I have been lurking on this site for the longest time and decided to make an account today. I'm a 19 year old South Korean (F) currently studying abroad in the US, and now I'm on a vacation in Asia (Thailand). I have discovered when I was about 15 years old that I enjoy being desperate to pee. When I really need to go, I get turned on and if I'm home, I will try not to go to the bathroom when I need to. Despite this I do not intend to make myself desperate in public at all. I don't really enjoy drinking a ton of water and holding it until I get home or anything, I just let it happen naturally. I'm also not a fan of peeing myself either. This might seem strange to other people but for whatever reason, I just can't make myself pee if I'm in public. Luckily enough because of that I've never peed myself ever (except when I was a baby of course). My mind would always force the pee to stay and push to the absolute limit and I never had an instance where I couldn't hold it anymore, although this lead to some extremely torturous moments. Unfortunately for me, I hate public bathrooms. I'm an introvert (INFP) and really hate when people are aware that I need to find a bathroom, so I usually hide the fact except for when I absolutely have to go. I actually don't find it enjoyable to hold my pee in public at all, because I never want anyone to now that I have to go. I'm a person who values private space very much and I will only hold pee when I'm at home. Also I only hold on to a certain point of time, not to that point where it is difficult to walk around and I have to push my muscles for the pee to come out, those are torture and I don't find enjoyment in it. In South Korea, bathrooms are a huge problem. Most of the bathrooms are really dirty and are asian-style, which means it isn't a typical toilet seat. It's sort of a hole in the ground where you have to squat and pee in. I despise men for being able to just aim and pee in those bathrooms. I vow to never use those kinds of bathrooms because they are ridiculously dirty and they offer no water spray (a hose for cleaning your privates in bathrooms, extremely common in asia and nonexistent in the US). Instead, they offer a little bowl in a small pool of water that you can fill with and clean yourself. I'm pretty sure that if you use that water you'll be even dirtier than you are before. Conventional bathrooms are offered usually in hotels and malls, but they aren't clean either. I have to put toilet paper around the seat if I want to pee there. My friends always make fun of me for always taking a long time in the bathroom because of this. Another thing to note is that there is sort of a campaign to save the earth or whatever so a lot of public bathrooms stopped offering toilet paper, so sometimes the spray is the only thing available. I started carrying my own napkins because of this. Sorry if this is pretty difficult to read, I am terrible at organizing my sentences but I hope you get a glimpse of what it's like for me in Korea. I intended to write about my experiences being on the verge of peeing myself but there's only enough time for this today. I'll come back soon enough to tell my stories. See you then ?