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jkanau

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About jkanau

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    Fidgeting
  • Birthday 01/16/1989

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  • My pronouns are..
    he/him

My Kinks

  • I'm into..
    Bathroom Control
    Watersports
    Cuddling

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  1. When you learn you're into omorashi, it becomes an "easy button." Think about it enough, and it's simply what you're conditioned to. If you want to have sexy times without relying on omo, try thinking about it less during those times. It will make release more difficult, but that's how anything you haven't recently practiced will be. Work through it, learn to enjoy multiple kinds of things, and you will have greater sexual health. When omo is one of your many tools for joy instead of your only tool, you will appreciate it all the more.
  2. Agree. OP, enjoy your feelings. Where a hobby becomes an addiction is when your behavior and lifestyle revolve around the thing to the point that it is no longer enjoyable. Then, nothing is enjoyable. If you're worried about becoming addicted when you get turned on by having to pee, then just make sure you're not always escalating the situation to do more pee related things, catering your lifestyle and daily activities to it. Simply enjoy that you're turned on, go pee, then continue having other things going on. The best way to appreciate anything is to have a multifaceted life.
  3. They say one of the first rules of writing is "know your audience." That's what you do when you're writing for work - for school or a job. Write for yourself. Write what you like, and don't worry about what other people want. Write what excites you. Practice something enough, and you'll get good at it. Then, people will appreciate good writing even if the topic isn't really their thing. But, ultimately, if your interests aren't mainstream, achieving widespread appeal would cost you your integrity. Look at what others do, and explain, or even "teach," yourself about the things you liked. You can learn from others. But ultimately, the best person you can be is yourself. Ask yourself what parts you like and don't like. Look over your words and be critical. Can you say things in a way you'd like better? If not, leave it alone. Second guessing can go on forever and it's a dark path to futility. The best way to get good at something is to keep thinking about the thing you're doing, and to keep doing it.
  4. If you don't want to make a show of it, do some trial runs in low risk environments. Try it at home and imagine you're in public; head to the store/mall by yourself with nothing to do and leave when you please. With practice, you can learn what works and gain confidence. Good luck :)
  5. I've always had a hard time wetting. Any tips that I can think about are appreciated.
  6. Yep, it's "weird," as far as the general population is concerned. But, that's okay, you do you. That's why we're here. Us doing us, with a common interest.
  7. Genuine and sweet. I enjoyed your story on its own and as someone who played through LiS.
  8. Every mile traveled on a motorcycle instead of a car is 25 times more likely to kill you. I have had my motorcycle license and a motorcycle for 7 years now. I still ride it. Nevertheless, there's no debating it. Motorcycles aren't surrounded by protective cages. Motorcycles are more difficult to respond quickly and appropriately with in emergent situations. You wanna ride a motorcycle? Cool, do it. That's your choice to make. Just be honest with yourself. it is much more dangerous.
  9. Damn. Nice. I'm stealing this idea to do myself!
  10. Strangers are the easiest to tell secrets to, because you don't have much to lose. Don't be too hard on yourself. But, if it's important to you, then you owe it to yourself to bring it up. The delivery is important here. As long as you aren't speaking crazily, scared, or super ashamed about it, then even if he finds the idea strange or repulsive, it won't hurt things if he cares about you the person more than you the collection of ideas and traits on a checklist. P.S. Your story was great. Sounds like a really fun time.
  11. I was always vaguely interested, but the first thing to "come up" was at age 11 when, one time, a group of giggling friends websearched the word "pee," and eventually came across fetish sites. They laughed and moved on. I went home and searched more.
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