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Queko

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  • My pronouns are..
    they/them

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  • I'm into..
    Bondage
    Exhibitionism
    Humiliation
    Immobilization

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  1. Hah, I've had a shy bladder since I was little, and it's caused many unfortunate situations. The first I can remember is when I was a very small kid in a daycare. It was napping time and I really needed the bathroom, but I was to nervous to speak up because the room was so silent. I waited hours for napping time to end, but I finally worked the courage to ask through a friend. I ran to the bathroom and barely got my pants off in time. In middle school, it got so bad that I went two years without drinking anything at school so I wouldn't have to ask a teacher for permission. I only went during lunchtime, which still gave me so much anxiety. One day, I don't know what I drank the day before, but I had to go so bad. I speed-walked to the bathroom only to see a huge group of girls talking and laughing inside. I didn't even try to walk through the group, I immediately turned around and continued the rest of my day without question. By the time I got home, I ran to the bathroom as quick as I could. There's probably more situations that happened when I was younger, but I wouldn't be surprised if my brain intentionally threw them away to save me from those embarrassing memories you cringe at before bed. Even now, excusing myself to go to the restroom feels like a crime, and peeing in a stall next to another person is torturous. I honestly don't think I'll ever get over this weird shyness, but it's whatever. This is the first time I've ever even talked about this.
  2. Oh my goodness, you should definitely do it again and write it down for us. Very hot
  3. I agree with that statement somewhat. I like large, steel bladders, and although I do have a fairly strong bladder, I love when said person finally reaches their limit. In my case, I've never lost control, but it still turns me on when others do. Most of things I find attractive, down to the hair and eyes, are things I don't have myself. It's weird, but to think that if I didn't have a strong bladder that was prone accidents, my tastes could've been way different than they are now.
  4. Is there anyone here who share the same set of kinks listed on my profile? All of mine listed just seem pretty... different? Unusual maybe? I mean, compared to the more common ones on this site like public humiliation, diapers, bedwetting, etc etc.

  5. Okay so hear me out, I've been thinking about this lately while venturing multiple sides of the omorashi community. ...Why does it seem like the bladders of those with certain kinks just, work differently? What I mean is, you know those people who drink insane amounts of water until their abdomen is concerningly swollen. They wait for hours and hours without all the drama that comes with the wetting side of things? Those people who drink a lot of water and wait a lot of time till they eventually burst, losing all control. But.. you don't really see that with the bladder bulge enthusiasts. Both drink a lot of water, both wait a lot of time, and both get really desperate. That's including the fact that both, assuming they like what they do, engage in the practice often. That means they both have trained bladders and such. So how come it seems like one is weakening their bladder the more they hold, while the other seems to be strengthening it? This question probably has a clear answer, but I just want to know if I'm the only one who is/was confused by this?
  6. As a native English speaker, holding it is basically trying not pee. I've honestly never heard anyone here say, "trying not to hold," because it really doesn't make sense. Trying not to hold is the complete opposite of trying not to pee, so I don't see why anyone would say that unless they just got mixed up with the wording. Hope that cleared things up. Next time, please don't worry about people laughing at you for asking a question. Everyone in this community is willing to help!
  7. I prefer neither. If we're talking about fiction here, I like when the character has too much pride to say flat out that they need to pee/piss. I'd rather they just say that they need to use the restroom.
  8. Staying still. Moving just tends to hurt. Yes, I have a natural stone-cold face anyway. I typically hold without my hands and just squeeze my legs. I can spread my legs with my arms at my sides with no problem if asked to, but it's not ideal. If there are people around I walk slowly with my upper body a bit low. If there aren't people around, I'm speedwalking.
  9. In my 1st-2nd grade dance class, there was one particular student who regularly had accidents. I always thought it was strange since the bathroom door was in the middle of the room, but what I found stranger is how excited I would get once he had another incident. My 3rd grade friend and I also hosted holding challenges everyday at the same time. We would read our books and occasionally tease each other with water bottles. The only reason I never saw it as "weird" was because she had just as much fun as I did. I knew I had some sort of infatuation with it, but I never knew there was name for it until I found this website. I wish I had found it sooner though, it really got to me not knowing what the hell it was for so long.
  10. Whether I'm watching female omorashi or male omorashi, as I enjoy both, I really couldn't care less about the body. Chubby, petite, busty, skinny, etc. Though I do find that omorashi with people on the bigger side have more genuine desperation.
  11. I enjoy watching powerful people in embarrassing situations too. I've been meaning to contribute to the omorashi community for a while so I might make art of one of your suggestions and post it here.
  12. That's exactly why I have this habit of awkwardly responding with a "mhm," whenever someone mentions their need. I just get nervous like, "What if they knew about my fetish?" It just feels wrong in a way. I never mention my need for a restroom when with groups of people. I just wait till they have to go so I can tag along without a word, meaning if I'm desperate and the others are seemingly fine, I just have to accept it and suffer in silence. It sucks to feel so embarrased about something so normal.
  13. I can relate a lot to this. All I have is a memory of me spurting when I was younger, woken up from truly desperate bladder, only to find a family member hogging the restroom.
  14. Sorry if this is too long, I pretty much answered all the questions. Just a long time fic reader with lots of opinions. I don't really look at titles, I look at tags. First I check if its male, then I check the tags for things like *wetting*, *accidental*, *humiliation*, *leaking*, etc. If it contains many things I like, I click and hope for the best. If a story is clearly well written or I like the personality of the victim, I keep reading. If I don't find either of those, I leave. I have a lot of immediate "nope*'s though, making it difficult to find a fic that suits my taste. If I see abdl, messing, or anything I'm not into (that wasn't tagged), I run. If I see phrases like "I can hold it! I'm nOt a cHiLd!!1!", or the victim very uncharacteristically crying after their accident, I immediately click away. I have no problem with a lot of exposition. It leaves me at the edge of my seat wondering when its going to get to the good part, but I can only take so much before I lose interest. I've once read a omo fic that was three chapters long, thousands and thousands of words, with the omo really only appearing at the end. You'd expect me to hate it, but the omo at the end was executed so freaking well I had to give it pass and now it's a part of my fairly empty shelf of bookmarks. I guess I don't see a lot of good male omorashi fics. Don't get me wrong, I love female omo, but it just doesn't hit as well. One cliche that I don't like much is when the character accompanying the victim starts getting turned on about the whole situation. I guess I just like raw situations where the side character doesn't fucking nut whilst the other pisses themself. Not a fan of reading explicit sexual content, and only a fan of heavy plots when it's relevant. If it's just some story with random omo everywhere instead of building up to it, count me out. I really don't mind the length of the stories I read. But I'm usually sure I won't like a story if it's very, very short. That usually means they just jump in head first into the omorashi with little context. That's not really my thing.
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