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Stickman

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    Stickman got a reaction from Wetlifter37 in Peeing While Running   
    So I've wanted to pee myself while running on the hiking trails near my house, but I cannot get the flow started without stopping the run. Does anyone have any ideas to help wet naturally while running?
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    Stickman reacted to Amomonya in How do i get over the self shaming?   
    I used to live with a lot of shame about this.  As you've already figured out, this isn't a good mindset because you're never going to completely get over your kink(s).
    The reality is, a piss fetish isn't really uncommon - at all.  Between social media and my personal (IRL) interactions with people it seems to me that it's only getting more popular; or people are becoming more open about it.  Yes, omorashi/wetting is a bit more specific and not nearly as well-known but it's still a subcategory of piss fetish.
    I do think most sexually open people are willing to try piss activities, if brought up.  It's a warm, mostly sterile bodily fluid that comes from the sexy bits.  Not super hard for people to understand why a person would like that.  Diapers OTOH are a bigger leap, but only a hop away from wetting - so it could be deduced most people who tried/enjoyed wetting would be willing to try diapers.  Of course messing is a lot more taboo and I don't think it's nearly as common.  But it's still a harmless fetish.  Considering the many extreme things other people are into, it's really nothing to be ashamed of either, even if most people don't get it.
    What really helped me get over the shame was discussing this with other people.  Online is a great start!  But talking about your kinks face-to-face with your partner makes a whole world of difference.  If your partner cares about you, they are very likely dying to know more about it - but don't want to embarrass you!  Don't brush off the topic when it comes up.  You NEED these conversations to happen if you want to stop feeling this way.  And if you're going to spend your life with this person, they surely want to understand what gets you going.  I promise you that - unless your partner is, well, not a good partner - you're going to find the conversation a lot easier than you thought, once it's actually happening.
    I told my last two partners about my kink.  The first partner's reaction was actually relief - she'd been with others who had much darker ideations, and was glad to know my sexual preferences are totally harmless.  She indulged me quite a bit after that.  The other partner found it entertaining - she asked lots of questions, teased and indulged me as well.  Both were not only open to the idea, but also seemed to take an interest in it themselves.  If you haven't ever engaged in any of these activities with another person I guarantee you'll feel a lot better about this once you do.
    Nowadays I don't really care at all if people know I like to piss myself.  It wouldn't even embarrass me if anyone found out - to the point where it's come up in casual conversation, and I've talked about it openly with friends.  People really don't think it's that weird.  Sure I'd be embarrassed if other people learned I wear diapers sometimes, but I don't feel shame about that.  While I don't poop myself, I imagine it would be similar to the diapers, if I did.
    Odds are, you're deeply compartmentalizing this part of yourself, instead of integrating it into the rest of your psyche.  Compartmentalization can be a useful cope for a lot of things, but for me the cognitive dissonance makes me feel like a fragmented person.  This is part of who you are, so just bite the bullet and accept it for what it is - you'll be a lot happier once you do. 🙂
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