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  1. homeanddry

    My First Urinal Attempt!!

    Interesting! As you say, it'd certainly be hard to miss if they were still in their wheelchair. The sort of design that you describe probably lends itself more to that technique though. If they were able to get out of their chair and stand, then it'd be no different to how anyone else does it?
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    Female Urinal Discussion

    I get the impression that the reason for the fee for toilets at some (UK) railway stations is an attempt to discourage some of the more anti-social behaviour that otherwise goes on. They're becoming quite common in parks and town centres too now.
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    My First Urinal Attempt!!

    I have to say, I've never ever seen a wheelchair user try to use a urinal. What type did you see them using? I suppose it might work better (or less badly) with one that they can get really close to, maybe a bowl type urinal where there's a bit of space for their legs on either side. It sounds rather undigified and messy, but then I suppose it's better than the alternative if there's no proper disabled facilities...
  4. I can’t speak from great experience on this, but presumably the risk come when various bits ‘escape’ the underwear, usually through the fly at the front. I did it once that I can remember, but I can’t remember it too well as it was quite a long time ago! Some are more relaxed than others, certainly. I’m pretty laid back about most things and it doesn’t worry me that much.
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    Favorite things in omorashi writing?

    For me, any sort of realistic, unplanned situation with prolonged desperation, even better if it involves multiple people. Bonus points for tight fitting clothes, swimsuits or even just underwear if it can be made to work!
  6. homeanddry

    Favourite desperation scenario?

    It's realistic rather than boring! The best scenarios for me are ones that I can relate to pretty well, so that's definitely a winner for me. Also a winner! Swimsuits and that are a definite bonus in any scenario... If you don't mind me asking, do you prefer that in a realistic sort of scenario, i.e. with a bit of a story behind it and a decent 'reason' for denial, or are you just happy to be told 'no'?
  7. Ha, that’s fair enough! I’ve found that by placing my right wrist at different angles, it can provide a bit more cover by being positioned slightly further forward. Then again, you’d probably just be able to see over the top of it. Either way, not covered, by your definition! Incidentally, I’ve just tried it again, standing on a train with a crowd of people standing on the platform immediately outside the window to my right. The glass was frosted but I don’t think it was the best job. I could definitely see their shadows - I wonder what they could see?
  8. I suppose it depends on the viewing angle, but yes, I’ve just tried it and you’re probably right! I suppose it depends how you define “covered up”, but either way it’s not complete cover!
  9. Ha, well I couldn't possibly comment on that, but I'm not sure that it's a universal approach at parties/clubs/whatever in any case! It does seem pretty common though. No need to apologise! I'm trying to visualise it myself now so that I can describe it better. I'd be using one hand to 'aim', which mostly hides it from view from that side. The other hand would be simultaneously pulling the flap of my trousers clear, holding the top of my underwear down (otherwise the elastic would just push everything upwards and create a fountain, having gone 'up and over' rather than through the 'fly') and stopping my trousers from falling down, which mostly hides it from view from the other side. Of course, it's not completely hiding it (no, it's not 'micro'!), but it's a bit of unintentional cover that'd make it harder to get an accidental glimpse from the side. Hopefully that makes sense, but I'll try again if not! Same for us, really. Using a regular toilet standing up is more difficult and/or messier than a urinal. I usually try to hit the bowl just above the waterline for that very reason, although it doesn't matter if it splashes really!
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    Live Action Omorashi

    Edit: another double post...sorry!
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    Live Action Omorashi

    I’ll say hi!
  12. homeanddry

    Ladies and Urinals

    In that sort of situation, I think everyone would just squeeze in. I've only been in that sort of situation a couple of times - the last I can remember was later on in the day at a huge event where pretty much everyone was mega drunk (I think I'd had a few drinks but nothing too wild) and the toilet facilities were struggling to keep up, no-one in the queue really cared about the rules any more anyway so you had to either squeeze in if a big enough gap presented itself or just risk being continually overtaken in the queue. That'd only apply if there was a gap between two others that was just about big enough to squeeze into though. I doubt many people would consciously squeeze up to someone next to them just to try and create a space for someone else in the queue, although that probably depends on the situation too. This is something that I've never tried but, between the two of you, you've definitely inspired me! I shall report back 🙂 I'm curious about these! I'm fairly sure I've seen (in photos I think, never in real life) examples, but always with a divider running along the length of the trough. I doubt it'd work otherwise - people tend to aim at the wall of the trough or the back of the urinal bowl rather than straight downwards? Most women don't have a problem squatting when they're out walking for the day or even just out drinking (between venues or on the way home!) in town.
  13. I personally find that everything's reasonably well covered up anyway, so it'd take a definite effort to see any more than my stream. Maybe it's just the way I arrange things. I'm pretty relaxed though - I don't think I'd go to any greater lengths to cover up if a girl suddenly turned up at the adjacent urinal even if they didn't try to cover up the fact! I don't really know what the social norm is - maybe I'm just laid back about things generally - but I doubt anyone would care in the sort of drunken environment that usually produces big queues and crowded facilities - probably just a big shout of "wahey" all round!
  14. The thing that I like about this site is the wide variety of often quite narrow interests! Anyone who's not into this sort of thing would probably just ignore your posts (that's what I tend to do with stuff that doesn't interest me - just move on) but I doubt anyone would ever laugh at you. I don't think it's particularly outlandish, anyway. The impression that I get is that it's just seen as normal, an extension of the party like they might go up to the bar together or go outside to smoke together or whatever they do. I imagine that they probably talk, sing or whatever else they were doing anyway, or maybe touch up their makeup and that, but probably not just stand in silence and watch!
  15. Yes, that makes sense. It's interesting that you find it arousing though! I do like the thought of it all, I must admit. It'd certainly be a big step to go straight to that level! It probably won't seem such a big step once you've got a bit of urinal experience though. I don't think it's awkwardness really. Yes, women have their own individual cubicles, but then I don't think it's uncommon for them to share cubicles and generally be much more open in an intimite sense? It's certainly not unusual for the girls to all trot off together to carry on the party whilst doing what's necessary, whereas it's much more businesslike for us. Sometimes strangers will unite over something amusing, but that tends to happen more at the sinks than at the urinals in my experience! Personally, I find it even more awkward when a conversation starts between two cubicles than when it happens at the trough! Exactly! Although presumably they'd have to be looking too closely at your face rather than what you're doing down below. Either way, it's not really the done thing. The principles still apply whilst there's enough urinals to apply them, but it's not such a big deal when it starts to get busy.