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Oktobar2014

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  • My pronouns are..
    he/him

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    Bathroom Control
    Diapers
    Messing
    Public humiliation

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  1. As a male, when I am desperate to pee, I can feel my urethra kind of tingling. It is a pleasant sensation. That tingling sensation is much stronger near the tip of the penis. Remember when you have to pee, and the moment when you release the sphincter grip, just a second before the urine starts flowing? There is a pleasant tingling sensation along the urethra at that very moment. Well, the same feeling exists when I am desperate to pee, I have an impression that the urine is just about starting to flow. Who knows, maybe there IS a single drop of urine in my urethra already in that moment. If I just sit doing nothing (no moving, no pinching), this feeling gets stronger and stronger, coming in waves, and in some moment I realize that a real drop (or even a tiny stream) is finding its way toward my pants. But, if I pinch my penis (or just move, or do the pee dance), then for a moment I loose the feeling that I am near wetting. The pinching along the penis is just a diversion, an activation of other receptors (for pain or for pleasure) to dampen that feeling along the urethra, i.e. to get rid of the feeling that the urine is just about starting to flow. It gives time to de-focus from the feeling that I am about to start to pee in my pants, and gives time to focus on keeping the sphincter tight.
  2. I have read all of your stories, they are absolutely fantastic! I used Google Translate and it translates Dutch into English perfectly. An error here or there does not affect the readability.
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