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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from TacoIceCream in Why is there such a small audience for male omorashi?   
    In my experience, while I can't say exactly why, women are much more common as the subjects of fetish pieces for most, if not nearly all fetish circles.
    I'm a gay dude and I only ever look for male-based content when it comes to fetish based items, and no matter where you look, what fetish your indulging in, and how specific your searches are, you still end up in piles of female-dominated content.
    The main platform I use is DeviantArt when it comes to fetishes outside of Omorashi, as it's the only big forum-ish site I can find that’s good for fetish content but isn't plastered with genitalia (I'm asexual, despite my kinkiness, so I can't stand being on those sites for too long). Most of the users I follow/watch on Deviantart post exclusively male content of various fetishes, with a couple exceptions that post a mix of both male and female content. 
    Based on my recommended page, it's clear that DeviantArt has a perfect understanding of what content I'm looking for, as my entire recommended page falls under fetishes I have, there's just one thing:
    The recommended page is still almost entirely female content, with the only exceptions being male content made by users I already follow. So, while it's clear that the recommended page has picked up on what I like, there's not nearly enough male content for it to exclusively put that on my recommended page.
    The same is true for tags for any given fetish, even tags that use the word "male" often still have female content in them that is tagged with male tags for seemingly no reason except for what I assume is algorithm-boosting or something similar.
    All this to say, whatever makes male content so much harder to come by in most places, it's far from exclusive to Omorashi, and probably isn't something specifically related to Omorashi (such as your "men are usually more permitted to pee outside" idea). I'd honestly say that Omorashi on this site is closer to a equal male-female balance than any fetish on DevinantArt.
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    Theorizing on reasons aside, this forum piqued my interest on the topic, so I actually decided to go through my recommended page on DeviantArt and see what the gender distribution was for the first 100 things recommended to me just out of interest what the actual distribution was like.
    Out of the 100 I counted...
    - 85 had women as the main subject
    - 13 had men as the main subject
    - 2 had both men and women as the main subject
    Other people besides main subjects were present in 27 pieces, and out of those...
    - 16 of them featured other women
    - 7 of them featured other men
    - 4 of them featured other women and men
    So out of the 149 figures present, 80.5% were women, and 19.5% were men.
     
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Peena in How do you protect your beds/seats/etc?   
    I’m the weird person who enjoys cleaning, so if i’m peeing on my own stuff in my own space, then I’m not terribly inclined to have layers of protection over things. I’m down for doing the laundry or cleaning the floors in the sake of enjoyment.
    I do have a liquid-proof mattress cover under my sheets, but anything above that isn’t protected in any way. I also just generally have a stash of towels on deck for if I really shouldn’t be making a mess at a certain place or time.
    Basically, for me, having a cover on the  stuff I’m peeing on takes the fun out of it, so I just opt for the clean up later.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from dandeliontea in Do you ever go into opposite gender public bathroom?   
    I’m a demiguy/demiboy, more specifically semi-genderfluid between being a guy and being agender (that’s a lot of words for explaining a gender, I know).
    I will admit that I have used the women’s room in some very specific circumstances (I’m leaning towards agender, I’m presenting in a feminine enough way that I hopefully wouldn’t make anyone in the bathroom uncomfortable, and just generally in a scenario where I can’t just piss my pants instead). I’ve done it only four or five times that I can recall.
    I gotta know: How are the ladies’ restrooms are always significantly cleaner than the mens’?? The difference is wild.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from transgenderwet in Peeing into a pillow   
    I've pissed on quite a lot of things, which usually was whenever I came across pillows that were intended to be discarded soon anyway. In my experience, you can get pretty different results with different pillows. While I don't remember specifics of what the pillows had been made of (I usually cut tags off of pillows I buy bc I've gotten startled awake at night by a tag brushing me while I shift around on the bed more times than I'd like to admit 😅), but I can recall some of the experiences I've had.
    For starters, I can definitely confirm that most pillows do have a tendency to be rather disappointing/anticlimactic as you described; Once they're soaked a few times the liquid just seems to go straight through them and onto whatever's underneath, which is never fun. Standard pillows and most hand-made ones have this issue in my experience; they can get quite damp but never actually hold any liquid.
    One pillow I did enjoy the experience of was a memory foam(?) one I had for a bit a while back. My roommate had bought new pillows for his bed and had given me some of the old ones with the quote "they're not really any good, but i though you'd maybe wanna piss on them or something." Most of them were standard pillows and gave the same experience as usual, but he did have one pillow that I'm 95% sure was memory foam and I was intrigued to try it. And lemme tell you, it's definitely better. It was far more absorbent and actually held a decent amount (it was a large pillow, mind you), and if you squeezed it after a fresh piss it did sometimes let out some liquid. It definitely gets that nice squish to it (though that might just be because memory foam is like that).
    Only downside is that you most certainly can't keep the pillow long because memory foam is an absolute bitch to clean when it comes to liquids, especially hard-staining ones like piss. I had that pillow for only a week before I had to absolutely get rid of it.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Potatodeity in Opinion on men with makeup   
    I mean, pretty much anything that's "opinion about [gendered thing] for [gender it isn't traditionally associated with]" is gonna be an auto yes for me just cause gendered stereotypes are dumb and anything that breaks them is always nice to see.
    I personally don't wear it, but to any man who's on the fence about trying it bc they're worried about being judged: Do it! Try it out! I guarantee that (with practice doing it) you'll look bomb af!
     
    Also do make sure that, if you intend on trying red makeup, that you check for carmine in it, and test it on your wrist or something first. One of the few times I tried it out I did have a really not fun reaction to the carmine bc it turns out that's a common allergy
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Omniko in The Omo-esque "Trend" from my High School   
    For whatever reason, there became a trend at my school (at least in the boys' bathrooms) that began as standing a couple feet from the urinal while pissing and slowly escalated to a whole lot more. While I won't recount every detail of the whole thing (because it happened for nearly 3 entire years of while I was at that school and this post would be a half-hour read at that point), I will just kind of summarize for the sake of wondering if anyone else's school had anything similar go on. This still might end up a long post though...
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    As I said, it began as just a few dudes that would stand a bit further away from the urinal than normal. My first encounter with it was in the late fall semester of my Sophomore, when I entered the bathroom to find two guys occupying the two urinals, but were stood towards the middle of the room, about 2-3 feet away. I thought mostly nothing of it and mostly just chalked it up to the classic 'boys do gross things because they think it's fun.' I kinda stopped for a second on instinct when I saw it and then went to use the stall.
    Then I witnessed it again with a different dude in a different bathroom about a week later, but kind of just ignored it again. However, a couple days after that, I saw another different guy doing it, and as I came to a complete stop because I fully made eye contact with this dude as I walked in. While we were staring at each other, the dude straight up offers me to join him at the second urinal (which might honestly be one of the most intimate experiences I've had with anyone ever /hj). The omo part of my brain took over and I obviously took the offer and unzipped a couple feet from the urinal and began to pee.
    I continued to do the same from that point on because obviously I wasn't gonna pass up the opportunity to fuck around while pissing, though I rarely witnessed anyone else doing it for a bit after that, though it did slowly seem to become less rare. I even got one dude I didn't know to do it, which was kind of fun.
    Then, a few months after I had first witnessed it, it had apparently become common enough for my friend to end up asking me about it during lunch. He even sort of half-accused me of having something to do with starting it (he knew I was 'toilet adverse' so it was a fair accusation). i explained that I didn't start it but I was participating, to which he responded with something along the lines of "well duh, i'm pretty sure every boy in the school is doing it."
    Then this is where things had begun to escalate;
    A few weeks after my friend had asked about it, I had an encounter with someone who was backed up all the way to the wall opposite the urinals, attempting to piss into one (his success was... minimal, to say the least.) On that specific encounter I still decided to stay at least sorta close to the urinal, but I eventually began to witness more guys doing it and eventually was just like "i guess we're doing this now" and began to do the same. That was near the end of the school year, and over the summer I mostly forgot about it.
    Apparently, most everyone else did not, as I remember distinctly that I witnessed someone with their back to the wall pissing across the room on my first day back, and pretty much every time someone was in the bathroom I would see someone doing it. If you wanted to use the stall you had to wait until nobody was using a urinal because there was no way past their streams. I can barely describe the chaos this caused in between-class bathroom rushes; best I can do is mention that I witnessed guys aim into the same urinal more than once.
    I noticed that it began to seem like aiming was less of a priority, as there were times there someone would have dick in one hand, aimed vaguely towards the urinal, and their phone in the other, which is what they were looking at.
    Then it stopped. There was a rumor that began to go around about overhearing teacher discussing closing the bathrooms during class periods. (A post about closed bathrooms is actually what initially inspired me to make a full post about this). Before you knew it, everyone was pissing like they were sane again, and the whole scenario turned into every boy in the whole school acting like nothing ever happened. Things got more nervous as the teachers confirmed that it was in discussion, and though they never said why, every guy was pretty certain they knew what caused it. (I can only imagine what the gals thought about the whole thing because as far as I could tell they had no idea anything had gone on).
    However, after a couple months, the rumor died down and it seemed like the teachers stopped considering it for whatever reason, and things didn't take more than a couple weeks to get back to almost nearly how they were before, though the gradual escalation had been stopped for the rest of the year. 
    Then it was my Senior year, and with the whole thing of the locked toilets now far enough behind everyone, the escalation got a whole lot worse. It had gone from trying to aim into the urinals from the furthest distance to just trying to piss as far as you could within the bounds of the bathrooms. Along with it, height had also become something people seemed to compete over; plenty of times I witnessed people piss on the ceiling. I was still very much participating because I wasn't gonna pass up a chance to do what was essentially fully omo at this point with other dudes.
    I remember that the bathrooms in the locker rooms and the one in the cafeteria both became especially bad because they were larger and had more room, and one time during a science lab managed to get pulled into a discussion/debate about who could piss the furthest. (I will boast that I once, after holding for as long as I could, did manage a roughly foot distance in the locker room bathrooms, thought that's fully a guess because nobody actually had means to measure.)
    As my senior year was about a month away from ending, another rumor about locked bathroom started up, though it seemed to just be people trying to start something because the teachers never mentioned anything of the sort.
    Then I left, but I imagine the trend still goes on to some degree.
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    So, with that story out of the way, I'm curious of how common that type of thing is. I know that it is a thing that happens at other schools because I've seen it mentioned online before, and did once ask some other dudes at my college who had come from other schools and most of them confirmed the same, though not quite to the same extent usually.
    I never did find out who started the whole thing, though I wish I did because I feel like there's some chance that guy was into omo.
    Has anyone else known of or been involved in this kind of thing at their school?
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from WetterMesser in if you were paid to pee in front of everyone would you do it.   
    I mean, part of the enjoyment for me with omo is being witnessed (usually by friends, but by general public isn't something I'd pass up either), so as long as none of my family members are in the audience (and there wasn't really any chance of them finding out) I would do it 1000% percent. Hell, if i could get paid for it every time I did it, I'd probably do it for something as low as like, just above minimum wage.
    25-30 dollars an hour to piss publicly on/in a stage/mall all day without getting in trouble for it is practically a dream job! What could be better than spending all day pissing, and if not, being in the process of trying to piss? Sign me up any day! I'd honestly probably do it for even a bit less if I wasn't restricted to pissing my pants only. An excuse to not have to bother wearing pants in public? and getting paid for it? Sign me up right now! 
    ...I think this post has opened up a new fantasy for me.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from AliasnameTO in Nonchalant wettings! I absolutely love the idea of just casually wetting myself while going about my day. Who else likes this?   
    Nonchalant wettings are so fun! I do them all the time whenever I find myself in need of a bladder release. It's especially fun because I've done it so much while being witnessed by my friends that they're nonchalant about it whenever I do it as well 😛
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from AliasnameTO in Movie theater wettings?   
    I had an accident at a theater when I went with some friends to see a movie in 2016 with some friends and had an accident.
    My friends knew that I preferred to not use the toilet, but I also generally don't try to make a mess on public property unless I can clean it up right then and there. But I guess the combination of a large soda and my focus being on the movie led to me pissing on the seats right between two of my friends. I didn't have anything with me to clean it up with, so I unfortunately had to leave the mess there. I can't even remember what the movie was or whether it was good because for the rest of the day I just felt bad about making a mess and not cleaning it.
    My friends thought my accident and embarrassment from it was funny, though.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from HereToStay in Nonchalant wettings! I absolutely love the idea of just casually wetting myself while going about my day. Who else likes this?   
    Nonchalant wettings are so fun! I do them all the time whenever I find myself in need of a bladder release. It's especially fun because I've done it so much while being witnessed by my friends that they're nonchalant about it whenever I do it as well 😛
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    ParadoxicEros reacted to DrBorderline in Opinion on men with makeup   
    Makeup is a means of expression. People have the right to express themselves. QED.
     
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from scretkiddo in Nonchalant wettings! I absolutely love the idea of just casually wetting myself while going about my day. Who else likes this?   
    Nonchalant wettings are so fun! I do them all the time whenever I find myself in need of a bladder release. It's especially fun because I've done it so much while being witnessed by my friends that they're nonchalant about it whenever I do it as well 😛
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Alex62 in Opinion on men with makeup   
    I mean, pretty much anything that's "opinion about [gendered thing] for [gender it isn't traditionally associated with]" is gonna be an auto yes for me just cause gendered stereotypes are dumb and anything that breaks them is always nice to see.
    I personally don't wear it, but to any man who's on the fence about trying it bc they're worried about being judged: Do it! Try it out! I guarantee that (with practice doing it) you'll look bomb af!
     
    Also do make sure that, if you intend on trying red makeup, that you check for carmine in it, and test it on your wrist or something first. One of the few times I tried it out I did have a really not fun reaction to the carmine bc it turns out that's a common allergy
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from thegrantfinale in Has anyone had an accident during a college course lesson??   
    I had it happen once this last semester. I was sitting in the lecture hall and was bursting but it was in the middle of the lesson during what sounded like the part I definitely couldn’t miss, so I ended up pissing in the middle of the hall and hoping nobody would notice.
    I don’t think anyone did at the time but my wet pants were definitely obvious as I left the lecture hall.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Mariko-chan in Movie theater wettings?   
    I had an accident at a theater when I went with some friends to see a movie in 2016 with some friends and had an accident.
    My friends knew that I preferred to not use the toilet, but I also generally don't try to make a mess on public property unless I can clean it up right then and there. But I guess the combination of a large soda and my focus being on the movie led to me pissing on the seats right between two of my friends. I didn't have anything with me to clean it up with, so I unfortunately had to leave the mess there. I can't even remember what the movie was or whether it was good because for the rest of the day I just felt bad about making a mess and not cleaning it.
    My friends thought my accident and embarrassment from it was funny, though.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from nerp in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    I do agree that there are some times where it's distracting; but I don't agree that it's entirely a myth.
    For me, whether or not it's distracting or not usually depends on the mood I'm in. If I'm in the mood to get up to some mischief and stuff then yeah, I'm definitely bound to be distracted by myself wetting. However, if I'm not in that mood and am working on something important (e.g. an assignment for an online course due at the end of the day), then I can usually get away with letting my bladder go and wetting myself without too much distraction. I had an experience like that last night, where I discovered I'd misinterpreted some due dates and had 2 extra assignments due at the end of the day (which was in 5 hours), when I had thought it was only one thing. I ended up wetting myself a couple times while doing the work and, based on the fact that I was 5 minutes away from missing the due date on the final assignment, I'm pretty sure if I had gone to use the bathroom normally I would have ended up being late
    Plus, even if it is distracting, I'd argue there's times where it can still be convenient. I've had teachers on Zoom lectures who refused to let people leave during the meeting, and I've wet myself multiple times to avoid trouble. (Just make sure your microphone is off. I speak from experience.) Similarly, a website some of my current online teachers use for taking tests will flag you for cheating if you leave the view of the camera, even for a second. Wetting to not get a 0 is convenient, I'd say. Sure, wetting instead of using the toilet doesn't always save time, but that doesn't mean it's not convenient.
    Plus, my lazy ass would argue that just the fact that I don't have to get up and walk across the apartment counts as "convenient," but I could understand if that's just me lmao
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from Bismiris in Having to Tell Someone You Wet Your Pamts   
    I'm kind of in a similar wheelhouse, though my enjoyment with that kind of thing is a bit different. For me it's less Having to tell someone, and more about Choosing to tell someone. The idea of just casually being like "oh, btw, i've wet my pants" and then continuing with a conversation is such a good one for me, cause I just love the more casual aspects of it.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from scretkiddo in Having to Tell Someone You Wet Your Pamts   
    I'm kind of in a similar wheelhouse, though my enjoyment with that kind of thing is a bit different. For me it's less Having to tell someone, and more about Choosing to tell someone. The idea of just casually being like "oh, btw, i've wet my pants" and then continuing with a conversation is such a good one for me, cause I just love the more casual aspects of it.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from scretkiddo in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    I do agree that there are some times where it's distracting; but I don't agree that it's entirely a myth.
    For me, whether or not it's distracting or not usually depends on the mood I'm in. If I'm in the mood to get up to some mischief and stuff then yeah, I'm definitely bound to be distracted by myself wetting. However, if I'm not in that mood and am working on something important (e.g. an assignment for an online course due at the end of the day), then I can usually get away with letting my bladder go and wetting myself without too much distraction. I had an experience like that last night, where I discovered I'd misinterpreted some due dates and had 2 extra assignments due at the end of the day (which was in 5 hours), when I had thought it was only one thing. I ended up wetting myself a couple times while doing the work and, based on the fact that I was 5 minutes away from missing the due date on the final assignment, I'm pretty sure if I had gone to use the bathroom normally I would have ended up being late
    Plus, even if it is distracting, I'd argue there's times where it can still be convenient. I've had teachers on Zoom lectures who refused to let people leave during the meeting, and I've wet myself multiple times to avoid trouble. (Just make sure your microphone is off. I speak from experience.) Similarly, a website some of my current online teachers use for taking tests will flag you for cheating if you leave the view of the camera, even for a second. Wetting to not get a 0 is convenient, I'd say. Sure, wetting instead of using the toilet doesn't always save time, but that doesn't mean it's not convenient.
    Plus, my lazy ass would argue that just the fact that I don't have to get up and walk across the apartment counts as "convenient," but I could understand if that's just me lmao
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    ParadoxicEros reacted to scinosensation in Do you think that ANTIFA is a terrorist organisation?   
    Personally I think this whole thread should be deleted and similar topics banned from further discussion on omo.org. 
    This thread serves only to divide and generate heat among members. 
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from WetterMesser in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    I'll probably put it in it's own thread at some point where it's a bit more detailed, but the short of it was I didn't realize my microphone was on and began to wet. The fun thing about Zoom is that it highlights a box around the person who it thinks is 'talking,' so my square lit up as I did. However, being my unobservant self, I didn't catch it until another student put in the chat "What's that noise, [name]?" and I straight up just sorta tried to gaslight the class by acting like I didn't hear anything.
    I think I succeeded in convincing everyone it was nothing, but I do know that it was at least audible enough for one of my friends to work out what the noise was and ask me about it later (though, to be fair, they already knew about my habit so they had extra context clues to work with).
    That sounds pretty similar to the website my teachers have been using, actually. It has like, 20 different things that it forbids because they count as cheating, ranging from sensible stuff 'Use of Calculators' or 'Looking Up Answers' all the way to stuff I don't understand like 'Eating Food or Drinking' or 'Wearing a Watch.' In that list is 'Leaving View of Webcam' for any reason at all. I've had some real long tests on there, and even some final exams for classes, and I think I can safely say I've wet at least once during over 90% of them
    Recently, I found out that the teachers who give the test actually have the ability to turn on and off specific rules because my British Literature teacher actually was kind enough to turn off most of the ones that seemed excessive (I'm very salty about the fact that all my other teachers have been acting like its out of their hands when they could have let me eat food during the test this whole time). She even turned off the one that prevents you from leaving the camera!
    ...I still opted to wet myself during that test though, because of course I did
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    ParadoxicEros reacted to WetterMesser in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    Please share the story about the time your microphone was on!
    I think the point you bring up about not being able to leave online meetings is great. A friend of mine was studying for the LSAT and apparently, a lot of posts on the LSAT subreddit this past year have been about how the online version (~3 hours) doesn't allow people to leave sight of the camera at any point to go to the bathroom. There are multiple posts from people complaining they were forced to wet themselves during the test. Some even wore adult diapers. You can search for it in the LSAT subreddit.
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    ParadoxicEros got a reaction from WetterMesser in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    I do agree that there are some times where it's distracting; but I don't agree that it's entirely a myth.
    For me, whether or not it's distracting or not usually depends on the mood I'm in. If I'm in the mood to get up to some mischief and stuff then yeah, I'm definitely bound to be distracted by myself wetting. However, if I'm not in that mood and am working on something important (e.g. an assignment for an online course due at the end of the day), then I can usually get away with letting my bladder go and wetting myself without too much distraction. I had an experience like that last night, where I discovered I'd misinterpreted some due dates and had 2 extra assignments due at the end of the day (which was in 5 hours), when I had thought it was only one thing. I ended up wetting myself a couple times while doing the work and, based on the fact that I was 5 minutes away from missing the due date on the final assignment, I'm pretty sure if I had gone to use the bathroom normally I would have ended up being late
    Plus, even if it is distracting, I'd argue there's times where it can still be convenient. I've had teachers on Zoom lectures who refused to let people leave during the meeting, and I've wet myself multiple times to avoid trouble. (Just make sure your microphone is off. I speak from experience.) Similarly, a website some of my current online teachers use for taking tests will flag you for cheating if you leave the view of the camera, even for a second. Wetting to not get a 0 is convenient, I'd say. Sure, wetting instead of using the toilet doesn't always save time, but that doesn't mean it's not convenient.
    Plus, my lazy ass would argue that just the fact that I don't have to get up and walk across the apartment counts as "convenient," but I could understand if that's just me lmao
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    ParadoxicEros reacted to GipsonTypson in Am I asexual?   
    Thank you all guys for your answers ☺️ Now I feel like I'm not only one like this and I feel more confident about my sexuality. 
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    ParadoxicEros reacted to ErinonWheels in Wetting for convinience is a myth.   
    You said the key words I was waiting for. "Getting up".
    For people in wheelchairs, getting up isn't really an option. Nor are port-o-pottys or stalls narrower than a wheelchair. Convenience wetting is absolutely a thing. Sometimes there are no suitable bathrooms. Sometimes you don't know where a suitable bathroom is. Sometimes you end up in a car with no civilization and squatting or using one of those standing pee devices is not an option.
    "I don't want to hold it" often comes way before "I can't hold it".
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