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DrBorderline

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  1. I think I have to agree with one of DesperateJill's responses to one of the replies so far; between the disparity in bathroom numbers and availability, the logistics of accessing said bathrooms (using a stall versus a urinal and the time lag involved in dealing with different clothing barriers) and the lack of a quick and easy alternative solution outside of a bathroom (regardless of the social and legal consequences of getting caught), women tend to play the "Don't Wet Your Pants" game on Hard Difficulty, and that makes the stakes higher. Having said that, there seems to be a disparity i
  2. "It seems I am not the only Spy...."
  3. Same, some servers are really adamant that everybody be going full tilt from start to finish. I've had people try to kick me because I wasn't running around like a lunatic during the set up stage, and I wasn't playing an Engineer, Medic, or Demoman (the three classes that can actually do something useful before engaging the enemy team) so there wasn't even that excuse. Ironically I always took Team Fortress 2 (and before that, Team Fortress Classic) seriously enough in terms of enjoying the game that I wouldn't want to be distracted by a full bladder if I could avoid it, so I never intentional
  4. Recently, a lot of Black Mesa and Plague Inc. Evolved, especially stuff I find on the steam workshop. (Unfortunately there's currently a bug that makes several of my favorite Plague Inc scenarios unplayable.) More generally, I like Lore-heavy games where I can explore and learn more about the setting through documents, audio recordings, or just carefully looking at the way environmental set pieces have been arranged. The actual genre is secondary to that - First Person Shooter, top down adventure, real time strategy, stealth, simulation, whatever. About the only types of games I avoid are psyc
  5. Ran across references to this in the book How Do You Go To The Bathroom In Space? by astronaut William Pogue ages ago. I tend to use a willingness to actually discuss the topic as a benchmark for how realistic the tone is in a science fiction story. (The tone specifically, not the accuracy of the science. That's a different metric.) The Atomic Rocket website mentions them here and there when dealing with life support and related topics, along with non-diaper alternatives that can be worn for longer during EVA. These usually involve moving air or water to catch the waste products, so it's
  6. About half and half, to be honest. On the one hand, I prefer not to take chances in general and be prepared for various contingencies and worst case scenarios. On the other hand, sometimes I just want to see how far / long I can manage.
  7. Looking back, there's definitely some stuff that hinted at the fetish before I knew what it was called or even before adolescence kicked in, going all the way back to grade school. I think the first definitive proof would be when I read a book called How Do You Go To The Bathroom In Space? by William R. Pogue, one of the astronauts involved in the Skylab program. I was very interested in space travel in my youth (still am, although not to the same degree) and the book itself first caught my eye as a scientific reference, but I ended up reading and re-reading the part that gives the book its ti
  8. One of the earliest erotica stories I found online was, in fact, a tickling / omorashi hybrid before I ever heard the word "omorashi" and realized what it meant. It was so long ago I can't remember all of the details, and the circumstances of my early days on the internet made it dangerous to save anything like that, but I believe that three women were tied up or immobilized in some other way (stocks or pillories perhaps) and their feet tickled until they wet themselves.
  9. Given the social and cultural taboos surrounding the topic of menstruation, I'd be surprised if anyone answered conclusively Yes. Even on this website, where the taboos around urination (and defecation) are cast to the wayside more often than not. Fun fact: If a wilderness survival guide or disaster prepping guide falls short in any area, this is usually it. (Usually because the authors lack the organs involved so it's not even on their radar.)
  10. I'm not ashamed and I can't actually remember a time when I was (I know it happened, it's just that far back in the rear view mirror) but I learned through painful experience in other matters just how important circumspection is, even before I got into survivalism. Fortunately I haven't had to pull a "you know too much" on anyone in my personal life. Yet.
  11. If we were all friends, I'd manage the container. Somehow. Otherwise even making the attempt would result in a certain amount of... exposure. I think a self inflicted drenching would be preferable to the can of worms THAT would open.
  12. That's the most reasonable explanation so far... which says a lot about this bathroom.
  13. Despite being a completely different style, this is vaguely reminiscent of that trend when bathrooms were carpeted instead of tiled, and it was thick shaggy carpeting at that. It's like the uncanny valley of bathrooms, or one designed by a neural network.
  14. I tip my hat to you; climbing is an extremely versatile skill with great workout potential. Had I the necessary space and resources, I would likely follow your lead.
  15. A few scenarios come to mind. 1. Stealth Game. The player character is trying to sneak around someplace they don't belong, for any number of reasons (stealing valuables, securing intelligence, sabotaging machinery or computers, etc) and has to balance the normal stealth gameplay with the need to hold a filling bladder. Having an accident would generate both noise and physical evidence that guards could discover, and using the restroom would be a high risk / high reward tactic because it would produce noise and keep the character stuck in an area where guards might patrol. Not sure how to
  16. My experiences with the medical establishment when it comes to mental health have been, shall we say, less than ideal. I was misdiagnosed with a few different things in my youth, at a time when mental illness was more stigmatized than the present day. (This actually played a TREMENDOUS role in me becoming the crazy survivalist I am today.) Consequently, I've had to self-diagnose and treat the actual problems I have (Attention Deficit Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder / Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder) because I refuse to go through professional channels ever again.
  17. Was big into weight training for a while before I found a series of books by an ex-con named Paul Wade on calisthenics / bodyweight training. It was quite a game changer, since I had no ready access to specialized weights and machines before and had to improvise them out of stuff I had lying around the place; still have my homemade kettlebell lying around. But the exercises in his book only required, at most, a table or tree branch. My focus on fitness has more to do with emergency planning and disaster preparation, less to do with appearance or general health, so I won't know if it actually w
  18. Hypnosis is one of those fields that is extremely resistant to rigorous scientific analysis because there's no way to standardize it. Everyone has different experiences and attitudes and neurological patterns that make them better or worse hypnotic subjects, and subjectivity is hard to quantify. That's why methods that work for some people won't work for others. It doesn't help that a lot of people have very strong opinions on the subject. As for attempting something similar, I wouldn't mind doing a self-hypnosis temporary suggestion thing, like for a weekend or something. Something more
  19. Been meaning to reply for a while but was working as a poll worker earlier this week, and... well, you know the rest. After reading a couple of papers and studies on socialization of kids, and how parents react differently to the same activity depending on if the child is a boy or girl, I wonder if that might be related. There are cultural expectations for how men and women are supposed to act - men are expected to show no weakness, women are expected to be caretakers when weakness does get shown, that kind of stuff. In your situation, when women don't demonstrate compassion or sympathy t
  20. Quite fond of the bondage, hypnosis, and locking clothing angles myself. Tickling is pretty good too.
  21. I used to be obsessed with Lego stuff, and still have a bucket full of bricks and figures.
  22. I've been working on my own contribution to the narrow but deep genre that is survivalist literature. Since it's non-fiction, dialog is not a concern, but I definitely underestimated the amount of time it would take; I've been working on it since before I joined this site, and that was almost a decade ago.
  23. I can't think of any one instance that I can point to and say "That's how we got into this situation." There's an old theory that says all fetishes and paraphilias are the result of some response to trauma, and if that's true, I suppose my recurring interests in wetting, diapers, bondage, locking clothing and mind control / hypnosis all reflect some sort of desire to control the world around me after spending too much of my formative years at the mercy of somebody else. (That certainly seems to be true of most other survivalists I've talked to, even if they're not willing to admit they've
  24. Some people are more susceptible to hypnosis than others; it's called being a good "subject" and different methodologies have a lot to do with it. I would recommend actually researching the background theory behind hypnosis at first, but then I've had a thing for hypnotism for ages and not everyone has the patience to sift through thirty-odd books on the topic to find useful information in the same way I have.
  25. I have had the misfortune to have one form on one of the ridges of cartilage that makes up my outer ear. Quite painful on its own initially, and it has left scar tissue of sorts that presses on the cartilage whenever I wear a conventional headset. I've also had one form inside the ear canal itself, which was also extremely unpleasant.
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