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TVGuy last won the day on December 26 2023

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  1. The two are not mutually exclusive. She is an accomplished actress with an extensive background on stage and screen AND enjoys wetting.
  2. We are excited to introduce the gorgeous Caralynn in this incredible wetting photo set. In these photos Caralynn pees in her tight jeans, thoroughly soaking them. Caralynn is our newest model here at HD Wetting and this is her first photo set. In these photos she is wearing extremely form-fitting jeans that look like they could have been painted on and do an amazing job showing off her assets. After playfully showing off for the camera, she pees in her pants, visibly soaking her tight jeans. Once she is done peeing she continues wearing her wet pants, showing them off to the camera.
  3. Snuppa pre-dated HD Wetting by a year or two. That would have put her producing videos in 2005, and at time she was supposed to have been 26. That means she would be 45 years old today.
  4. I live in an area that has been very progressive in terms of switching public bathroom facilities to be gender-neutral. The state has adopted building codes for gender-neutral public bathrooms, just as there were building codes that set certain requirements for gender-segregated public bathrooms. Gender-neutral public bathrooms are quickly becoming a way of life where I'm at. It's not just some that is speculated at. Since so much of this thread is pure speculation, here is how things are actually working here- 1) The new gender-neutral facilities here are all fairly private. There are no open urinals. Toilets and urinals are in enclosed stalls, that are enclosed with full walls and a solid door. These are not the partition dividers of the old style of public restroom stalls. These new gender-neutral facilities also have a separate baby-changing area. 2) To the people who are saying this isn't feasible due to cost- Well, one, it is already happening, at least where I am at. Also, the only reason most places have public bathrooms in the first place is that they are required by local laws and building codes. The reason a business has a certain number of toilets in their restroom is usually a product of the building codes. It is always going to be cheaper not to build any public restrooms, but if building codes require gender neutral restrooms built to certain standards, than that is what is going to be built. 3) There seems to be a lot of concern here about long lines and the impact of gender-neutral restrooms on lines. It is pretty rare, outside of events, festivals, and similar situations where there are bathroom lines at all. Typically people are not lining up to use the bathroom at a shopping center, or restaurant, or highway rest area. So the cases in which people have to line up for the bathroom and wait are already fairly limited. But, this is something I have personally dealt with from a planning side. As I mentioned in my previous reply, I serve on a board of a non-profit organization that operates several summer camps. We have been transitioning to gender-neutral facilities at these camps. When not used as summer camps, these properties are used for a variety of other purposes and events, including concerts and music festivals. In the studies we've done, wait times are not increased that much when you maintain the same number of toilets. For one, the more isolated toilets results in less socialization in the bathrooms. Two, men tend to be quicker when they are simply urinating, this makes the overall line move faster than if it was just women. Three, by having a common hand washing area, you increase available floor space from what you had with gender-segregated bathrooms, this allows for even more toilets and in the same amount of space you are actually able to serve more users per-hour than with gender-segregated facilities. This makes gender-neutral facilities more efficient, given the same amount of area, at moving people through the line. And, because of this greater efficiency, you can more dramatically increase overall capacity while taking up less space.
  5. The trans people I've known have had a very deep sense for their entire lives of their true gender identity. It has little to do with genitals or peeing habits, but a deep unwavering conviction that they were supposed to be a gender that doesn't align with their assigned gender at birth. They feel like trying to live life in their assigned birth gender is living a lie and they aren't being their true selves.
  6. The video was originally shot with a Rode Videomic using a fuzzy cover, but the wind out there that day was just still too strong. This was also before phones really shot that high of quality video. This particular video was recorded on a Canon Vixia HV30.
  7. Of all of the hundreds and hundreds of videos I've shot for HD Wetting, this one has always stuck with me. Not for its quality, but for how disappointing it was. The video itself wasn't too bad, and the wetting was fantastic. But the audio was terrible. It was an extremely windy day, and the wind simply destroyed the audio. I did my best, at the time, with EQ and noise filtering tools that were available, but another problem was the camera's lens cap kept blowing around and hitting the camera, resulting it loud audio pops that ruined everything. If the audio wasn't so lousy, the video would have been so much better. But we have much better tools today than we did 13 years ago when this video was first made, so I decided to see if I could fix things up a bit. I was able to dramatically improve the audio using AI tools. The video itself needed some work as well, as the original format was a low bit-rate WMV file at 720p. So I used yet another AI tool to uprez the video to 1080p and remove some of the compression artificating. Finally, I did just a little bit of color grading to help make things a bit more vibrant and life like. Overall, I think the restored version is a significant improvement over the original. What do you think? Here is the original video- vid_170.mp4 And here is the restoration- searching_for_shells-enhanced.mp4
  8. Wearing nothing but skimpy panties, Alisha pees herself in front of the camera in this exquisite photo-set. This gallery features Alisha looking absolutely stunning as she poses for the camera wearing nothing but panties. After a while, she pees in her underwear, producing an impressively heavy piss stream as she soaks her panties. Once she is done peeing, she continues to show off her visibly wet underwear to the camera.
  9. I live in an area where I am seeing more and more gender-neutral bathroom facilities, and so far I think they have been great. There seem to be a lot of misconceptions here about how actual gender-neutral facilities work. It's not just changing the sign on the bathroom door and suddenly it's a gender-neutral facility. The real-life gender-neutral bathrooms that I am seeing are designed to be gender-neutral from the beginning. They are private, with actual walls, not just partitions, separating individual users, with actual locking doors, not just a swinging panel. They tend to be more spacious, as they are also designed for differently-abled users, and they tend to be cleaner, as they typically have some kind of signalling mechanism to let the staff know when they need to be serviced or otherwise need attention. There are plenty of "homeless weirdos" around where I live, and this issue has not emerged around the gender-neutral bathrooms here. The bathrooms are serviced often, and it turns out that the kind of people you describe don't want to hang out in an area where some kind of official is going to be coming through multiple times a day, even if it is just to restock the toilet paper. I disagree - Having gender neutral in addition to regular restrooms sends the message that if you are trans or non-binary, this bathroom is the one you are supposed to use. But not everyone who is trans is comfortable identifying as such. Gender-neutral facilities aren't just about accommodating various gender identities, they also do a better job accommodating families with young children, people who are differently abled, or people who otherwise might require some kind of assistance. Most places that have public bathrooms don't just choose to have them out of some sense of community service. They have public bathrooms because they are subject to laws regarding places of public accommodation and are required to offer such facilities. It is a matter of zoning and building codes. All you would need to do was update the building code requirements for public accommodation and it's done. Would trans people then be required to use the gender-neutral option? This is starting to seem a lot like the racially segregated bathrooms of the first part of the 20th century. But this is only a problem if you are simply changing the sign on the door. LIke I said, actual gender-neutral bathrooms that I've seen aren't designed this way. They are much more private with actual walls separating individual toilets, and real doors with locking handles. These gender-neutral bathrooms are not just regular public bathrooms with their poor partitions separating stalls. Which is why actual real-life gender-neutral bathrooms don't have stalls like this. You would have to take photos through a solid wall. Why could they not do that with the current bathrooms? If this group of men is willing to rape a woman, do you really think the sign on the bathroom door is going to stop them from following her? This hasn't been the case here. On the contrary, when shown gender-neutral bathrooms and how they actually work, most women have been more comfortable with them because they are more private and more secure overall. Think about it- in a regular public bathroom, there is nothing to stop anyone from walking in on you, and peering under the stall or forcing the stall door open. In a real gender-neutral bathroom, you aren't in a stall, you are in a space surrounded by real floor-to-ceiling walls and have a solid locking door keeping you safe and private. This provides way more real protection against potential predators than a simple sign on the door and stall partitions.
  10. This very same argument was used against racial integration of public bathrooms. What if this hypothetical child sees someone else using the urinal? Why does it specifically matter that they are trans? A potential rapist can already do this, regardless of the sign on the bathroom door. You think a sexual predator who is willing to rape someone is going to stop and think, "Well, I was going to rape this person in this bathroom, but I guess I can't because of the sign on the door."
  11. Creepy people are going to be creepy, regardless of what the sign outside the bathroom door says. Should men and boys also not expect to be able to feel safe when using the bathroom? What about men who want privacy when using the bathroom or for it to be safe space? I think for many people using a public bathroom isn't the most pleasant of experiences to begin with. But I don't think that is a good excuse to not have gender neutral or gender inclusive facilities. The vast majority of people, when it comes to public bathrooms, just want to do their business, wash their hands, and leave.
  12. Many of the public restrooms where I am are converting to gender-neutral facilities. A local performing arts venue and a supermarket near me have converted their bathrooms with more private stalls and urinal dividers, the signs for these restrooms, instead of identifying for male or female use, state that one is equipped with urinals and stalls, and the other is equipped with only stalls. I've also seen a park and a highway rest area install new facilities in the last year that include male and female restrooms, a family restroom, and an all-user restroom. Additionally, I also serve on the board of directors of an organization that is involved with several youth summer camps. Over the past several years the bathroom and shower facilities at these camps have been upgraded to be gender-neutral, with all facilities being single-user.
  13. This is a phenomenon we've well observed at HD Wetting. Sometimes it matters if the model is wearing underwear or not, or how they are standing, but it also comes down al lot to the models' anatomy. Sammy, for example, would always, no matter what, have her wet patch go mainly down the back of her legs. You wouldn't be able to tell from the front that she was wetting herself, but it was clearly visible from behind. Sosha was almost the opposite of this, almost always having it all be visible from the front, but not much from the back. With Sosha we could address this a bit by having her bend forward slightly. And then there is Alisha, where we just never know how its going to come out, it just seems completely random with her.
  14. This absolutely stunning photo set features Acantha peeing in her super sexy panties. The first thing that makes these photos absolutely incredible is Acantha. In these images she poses for our camera wearing nothing but panties, showing off her toned body and perfectly perky breasts. After playfully teasing our camera, she proceeds to pee herself. These high-resolution photographs capture the pee streams erupting from her underwear in incredible detail, every drop sharply frozen in time. Upon finishing urinating, she shows of her visibly wet panties, continuing to pose in them for the camera.
  15. When sisters Alisha and Acantha attempt to do a sexy scene together, things devolve into fits of laughter causing both girls to pee in their pants. Alisha tries to get her sister, Acantha, to join her in a sexier scene. The plan is for them to make out and rub one another. Acantha, however, finds the whole idea of doing such things with her sister comical, sending her into fits of laughter. Her laughter is contagious, causing Alisha to also break down laughing. Eventually, they both end up laughing so hard that they pee their pants. vid_1287_promo.mp4
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