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  1. I just wanted to share a quick glimpse at a fun video that I'm working on to be released next week on HD Wetting. vid_1164-promo-omo.mp4
  2. This gorgeous gallery features Gabriella and Alisha playfully showing off their diapers to the camera. Join Gabriella and Alisha in these photos as they have fun teasing you in their diapers. Each wearing a pull-on style diaper under their jeans, they are having fun showing glimpses of their diapers to the camera.
  3. Alisha pees in her light pink panties in these beautiful wetting photos. This gallery features Alisha showing off in just her underwear. Eventually, she needs to pee, and doesn’t want to bother with holding it. She unleashes and impressively thick stream through her panties. After she is done peeing, she shows off her wet underwear in the remainder of the photos.
  4. I am probably far more liberal than you, but I am not going to slam you for your opinions. I can respect people who have a different ideology than I do, even if I disagree. What I find myself unable to respect is complete ignorance, when people willfully choose to ignore the facts, or think that facts are a matter of what one chooses to believe is true. For people who say they hate abortions, it seems to me they would want to work to build a society where abortions are less necessary. Where easy access to contraceptives combined with societal support for children and parents make it so that very few women would ever find themselves in a situation where they would feel like an abortion is their only option. That so many of the same people who are against abortions are also against social safety nets for families and access to contraceptives seems to suggest, at least to me, that they don't really care that much about these children, they just want to impose their own ideologies on others. In terms of guns, I can't say that I am exactly pro-gun, but I do respect that the US constitution gives people the right to have them. The gun isl that it nearly impossible to have a civil conversation about it. With all of our rights, the courts have upheld certain limitations to those rights. Free speech, for example, doesn't let you threaten someone's life. Certain speech that is harmful is also not protected, like shouting "fire" in a crowded theater. You may be considered innocent until proven guilty if you are accused of a crime, but a state's interest in protecting its citizens still allows them to put certain restrictions on you. When it comes to gun rights, however, we have never determined where to draw that line, where the limitation should be. Few people would argue that the right to bear arms means any random US citizen should be able to possess their own nuclear arsenal, for example. We would probably agree that other large scale military hardware should also be off limits, or at least have serious restrictions, even though the 2nd amendment only references arms, but never defines what type of arms it is discussing. Should any and all guns ever invented, or that ever will be invented be included? What about other kinds of weapons or explosives?
  5. At the end of a long day of shooting, Gabriella, Ronica, and Alisha finally have time to relax in the hot tub. However, needing to pee, they decide to do one more video as they say goodbye. Rather than waste a full bladder, they decide to pee one more time on video to wrap up the shoot. With the camera recording, they each take turns peeing through their swimsuits before saying goodbye.
  6. This comment makes no sense. Did you mean to say that you are based in America? That you are not based in America? Simply saying "Based America" doesn't mean anything. It isn't even a whole thought, let alone a sentence. How do you figure this is true? The recent supreme court decisions I cited in my original post seem to be not very constitutional. The 4th and 14th amendments establish a constitutional right to bodily autonomy, something that has been stripped away now with overturning Roe v. Wade. Likewise, if a person has no recourse if their Miranda rights are violated, how can those even be considered to be rights in the first place? And, with public money now being required to fund religious education in Maine, that seems to be a violation of the concept of the separation of church and state, which comes from the establishment clause of the first amendment. What exactly are you trying to say here? That a supreme court justice is ignoring the constitution and willing to throw away the rights of millions of people as some kind of retribution? Or that a justice should do that? We better make sure to be nice enough to the justices so they don't throw out the constitution and take everyone's rights away? This is absolutely absurd.
  7. It went very well! We managed to produce some fantastic content, and didn't suffer any technical snafus or production difficulties. The weather was perfect, and the location we were staying/shooting at was gorgeous and super comfortable. I don't think things could have gone better, but it was still nice to get back home to my fiance and kitties. The first step in planning a shoot, for us, is to first figure out when all the models and crew will be available. Once I find a day where everyone is available, I then start working to find a location, but the location we use is often highly dependent on what is available on the day we set aside to do the shoot. There are four different entities that I work with that own several vacation rental properties, as well as a handful of people who are fans of HD Wetting and have opened up their houses for filming in the past. Once we decide when when we're going to do the shoot, I reach out to all these people to figure out what locations might be available on that day, and how much they will charge for their usage. I'm not sure how early before the shoot that the models start drinking, but typically our call time is one hour before cameras roll on the first scene. Each scene takes about 10 minutes to film, with 5 minutes of changeover time between, so 15 minutes total. Which model is peeing in each scene alternates, so for a two model scene each model will have roughly 30 minutes between scenes. Between each scene they drink a bottle of water or a Snapple/Gatorade. When they do pee, they take care not to fully empty their bladders, but to stop just before they are done. This way they are constantly needing to pee and ready to go, as they never get to fully relieve themselves.
  8. Except that the democrats really aren't in power. The power of the president is mainly limited to emergency powers at a time of war and the ability to veto legislation. That is it. The president doesn't have much power issue declarations. When it comes to congress, yes, democrats have a narrow majority in the house, but the senate is fairly evenly divided. In the senate, the minority party can block most anything using the filibuster rule. Even with a majority in the senate, democrats need 60% vote to override a republican filibuster. So, unless the house is majority democrat and 60% of the senate is, republicans can prevent congress from doing almost anything. There is the so-called nuclear option, where a simple majority can vote to throw out the filibuster, but you would still need over half the senate to vote for that. Right now, senators Manchin and Sinema, though democrats, refuse to vote to override the the filibuster. So, democrats are essentially powerless right now. I was a teenager in the late 90's, before social media was really a thing. Both the left and the right were a lot more moderate back then, especially before 9/11. People had different ideologies, but facts weren't something that were so politicized. Even in extremely republican areas, being openly racist or associated with the white power movement used to be disqualifying for a politician. The problem today, as I see it, is that everyone has their own set of "facts." Social media and engagement algorithms favor content that creates engagement, it doesn't matter if that content is true or not. As a result, many people live in an echo chamber of information that only reinforces their biases. I don't think the system is totally irreparable, but in order for it to work we need to be able to solve the problem of misinformation. I am very sympathetic with where you are coming from @DesperateJill, I feel much the same way. What I try to do is step back and look at things using game theory- I have a specific goal. What can I do to increase the chances of succeeding at that goal? There is a strong desire when threatened to use violence to defend one's self, but in this case, when the nature of the threat is so institutional, I am not convinved that violent action could be useful in achieving the ultimate goal. Now, I'm not saying to sit back and do nothing. Personally, I am working with several of my colleagues in the media industry, developing a new project to combat misinformation. One of the problems, I've realized, is that it isn't enough to simply combat misinformation with the truth. Not with the way the social media echo chamber works. The project that my colleagues and I are embarking on is specifically designed to take advantage of the social media engagement algorithms, to penetrate the echo chamber bubble, and get real information in front of the very people who are being subject to misinformation right now. Exactly.... With the legal precident now set at the highest level that one's right to bodily autonomy can be overridden by a state law, it is terrifying to think would future laws this could enable. There are some religions that don't just allow, but even obligate abortions in some circumstances. Yes, this recent decision overturning Roe v. Wade and upholding state laws banning abortion seem to conflict with other Supreme Court decisions regarding religious freedom. Ultimately, if the right to an abortion is not established in some other way, the courts are going to have to reconcile these conflicts. The Supreme Court is established by the US constitution. Other government institutions simply don't have the power or the authority to rethink the court. There are a few things that can be done, like expanding the size of the court by increasing the number of justices. But how the justices are appointed and how long they serve are enshrined in the constitution. One of the problems is it is up to the senate to confirm a justice to the court when they are appointed. It is the duty of the senate to hold confirmation hearings, and decide if a justice is qualified or not. However, recently, the senate, under republican leadership, has worked to fill the court with justices with specific conservative viewpoints. The senate refused to do their constitutional duty and even hold confirmation hearings for Obama's supreme court picks. Then, voted along party lines to certify a justice despite potentially disqualifying information being introduced at the hearings. The Supreme Court got to this point because the senate, under republican control, sought to increase their own power instead of performing their duty under the constitution. And, because of the way elections work in the US, with an electoral college instead of each vote being equal, things are stacked in favor of the republican party. A minority of voters are able to elect a majority republican senate who are able to only confirm justices that will uphold the voting maps that keep them in power, and limit the voting power of those who would vote against them. The constitution establishes that all citizens in the United States have the right to bodily autonomy in the 4th and 14th amendments. You have the right to get a piercing, a tattoo, to donate blood, or to chose not to donate blood. Until now, the court has never found that an innocent person could be compelled to sacrifice their body or risk their life unless there was some form of special duty, such as a soldier being required to go into battle. You have two kidneys. Image that a person, suffering kidney failure, could be saved by you donating one of your kidneys. Giving them your kidney would certainly be a noble thing to do, but there are many reasons why you might decide not to donate your kidney. The operation isn't completely risk free, for one thing. Imagine if you are a single parent, you may not want to risk leaving your children without a parent to help a stranger. The law can't compel you to give up your kidney, no matter how morally righteous it may be do to so, or how morally reprehensible it may be to withhold it. It is your kidney, your body, your choice. But now, women, can be compelled to sacrifice their reproductive organs. They can be forced to allow use of their uterus by the law, and no longer have the right to bodily autonomy to refuse. Actually, justice Thomas, in his concurring opinion, suggested this court is also ready to strike down Griswold v. Connecticut, which established the right to contraception. Birth control could also be outlawed by these states. Kind of... Idaho, South Dakota, and Arkansas do not provide any provision for the mother's health, only if her life is in danger. Any doctor who performs an abortion in these states could still be prosecuted. Their guilt would come down to the question, could the mother have survived without an abortion? If the answer is yes, then the abortion was illegal. Also, in almost none of the states that have abortion bans are there any exceptions for cases of rape or incest. In these states you could have a child who is raped by a family member and impregnated, but then legally required to give birth.
  9. For those of you who have been following the recent decisions of the US supreme court, I thought it might be nice to have a topic where people could vent, post questions, or share concerns. I, for one, am fearful that this court could herald nothing short of the collapse of the United States. This is based on how the court may rule in West Virginia v. EPA. If you don't follow US politics, or are unaware of what is going on or how things work, here is a basic rundown of whats been happening and where we are at right now: The US has three branches of government- There is the executive branch, which is the president and agencies under control of the president, the legislative branch which is made up of the house and senate, or collectively known as congress, and the judicial branch, which is our system of courts which, at the top, is the US supreme court. It is the role of congress to legislate, to come up with possible new laws. Both the Senate and the House have to pass a possible new law, or bill, to send it to the executive branch, where the president can sign it into law, or veto it. It is up to the courts to interpret the laws, and to decide if a law is constitutional if it is challenged. Ultimately, if a case is controversial, it could make its way to the Supreme Court, which has the ultimate authority to interpret the law behind the case, and to apply constitutional tests to any laws. The Supreme Court has the power to strike down laws that it sees as unconstitutional. There are nine justices who sit on the Supreme Court and decide cases. These justices are appointed by the President of the United States when there is an opening on the court. The appointment is a lifetime appointment. A justice must choose to step down, or die, in order to create a vacancy. The legal reasoning for deciding cases is supposed to be consistent, with the court looking at how prior cases were decided and applying the same kind of logical reasoning to newer cases. Lower courts try to follow the reasoning of the Supreme Court so that justice is, ideally, applied consistently. For most of recent history, the court has been evenly divided politically. With four more liberal justices, four conservative justices, and swing justice in between. However, over the past several years, conservatives have worked to put more conservative justices on the court. In 2016 the conservative senate refused to follow their constitutional duty to hold a confirmation hearing for Obama's supreme court nominee, blocking Obama from nominating a justice to the supreme court and keeping that position open until Trump could nominate a more conservative justice. Ultimately, Trump was able to appoint another two justices to the court, meaning that of the nine total justices, three of them were appointed by Trump, which moved the political leaning of the court heavily towards conservatives. ***** We are now seeing the results of the first cases to decided by this new conservative court, and the results are, at least for me, extremely concerning. Most recently, the court has overturned the previous Supreme Court decision in the case of Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that established a right to an abortion. It is now possible in some states for a child to be raped and forced to carry her rapist's baby. Further, that rapist, in some states, may be entitled to parental rights. The court also struck down an over 100 year old gun law, limiting the kinds of restrictions states can place on guns. So far in the US we have had 281 mass shootings this year, which we are only 172 days into. Almost 100 more mass shootings than there have been days in the year. But, the court has now severely restricted the ability of states to pass laws to try and limit these shootings. Another highly concerning recent decision has to do with Miranda rights. Miranda rights are the name given to the rights an individual has in the US when they are accused of a crime. Things like the right to an attorney, and the right not to answer questions without legal representation. However, the Supreme Court has now ruled that you aren't entitled to any kind of recourse if your Miranda rights are violated. Yes, you still have your Miranda rights, but if they are violated you can't sue, or do anything about it. In yet another case the court ruled that the state had to provide public money for private religious education. This is the first time in the history of the United States that public funds must be given to support religious institutions. Justice Thomas, in the court's opinion that struck down Roe v. Wade, also wrote that there are other cases in the past that the Supreme Court likely decided incorrectly, and should be considered to be overturned. These decisions include the ones that established the right to same-sex marriage, the right of consenting adults to be able to have whatever kind of intimate relationships they want in private (premarital sex, for example, could be outlawed), the legality of birth control, and the definition of obscenity(porn and omo could be made illegal). ****** At the beginning of my post I expressed specific concern over the case of West Virginia v. the EPA. In this case, the State of West Virginia is challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate air pollution. The legal grounds for this challenge is that West Virginia doesn't believe the EPA has the constitutional authority to regulate air pollution. Throughout the history of the United States congress has delegated authority to various agencies, many of which are someone independent. For example, the IRS which collects taxes. This case argues that congress doesn't have the constitutional authority to delegate power to separate agencies. The court could decide that yes, congress does have this authority, and then nothing would change. However, the conservative interpretation of the constitution suggests that this isn't the case, or the way conservative justices would likely rule. They could issue a narrow opinion, that only deals with this specific case, but they could also rule that congress doesn't have the authority to delegate any powers. If the later ruling does come to pass, than any agency established by congress would be powerless. As these various agencies are essential how the government is able to do any work, it would essentially be the collapse of the US as a country. The IRS would be powerless to collect taxes, the Justice department would have no authority, so no federal law enforcement of any kind. No CDC, no national health agencies, no department of education, no medicare, no social security. This would even git rid of the federal reserve, which issues our currency, so the US dollar would be no more.
  10. Gabriella pees in bed, soaking the sheets and her panties, after being tickled by Alisha and Ronica in this video. We join Gabriella having a lazy afternoon, relaxing peacefully in bed. Alisha and Ronica enter the scene, they want Gabriella to get up and go do something with them, but Gabriella just wants to rest. Not content to just let her rest, Alisha and Ronica launch a tickle attack, tickling Gabriella until she pees herself.
  11. Once we start filming we move pretty quickly from one scene straight to the next. There isn't much in the way of town time between scenes. However, when we aren't filming, the models and the crew are really wonderful people. It isn't some giant sex party, but we talk about stuff, play games, nerd out about movies and video games. Going in to each shoot we have a rundown, which guides the entire shoot. The rundown lists every scene we will be filming, it includes a description of each scene, who is participating in the scene, what the wardrobe requirements are, and what props are needed. Additionally, the rundown includes the times for every scene, scene changeover, break period, everything. So, at any point during the day we can look at the rundown and see what we are supposed to be doing at that specific moment. In addition to several cases of bottled water, which are definitely something we have present at every shoot, we also have Snapple and Gatorade available. Only drinking water doesn't work for all day filming. One's body adapts to the higher water intake and will start to retain water. Diuretics, such as what you have in Snapple and Gatorade, help keep things flowing. We also have all the shoot wardrobe, cameras, lights, and audio gear that gets brought to every shoot. It takes me and my crew about an hour to unload and stage all the supplies, and another hour to pack everything up at the end of the shoot.
  12. This weekend I am doing an out of town shoot for HD Wetting and HD Diapers. We have a rented location for the shoot, but because of the travel distance the models, the crew, and myself, will all be spending the night. It also just happens to be my birthday. I know for a lot of people here that spending the entire weekend with omo models would be a fantasy come true, but I honestly wish I could just stay home. My fiance and I have been together for more than 7 years now, and since we moved in together I can count the nights we've spent apart on a single hand. Having to be so far from her this weekend has me feeling anxious. Can anyone else here relate? Or do you all just think I'm crazy for not wanting to spend the weekend with gorgeous models?
  13. A friendly game of Truth-or-Dare takes a wet turn when Alisha gets dared to pee in her pants in this fun wetting video. Bored, and with nothing to watch on TV, Gabriella, Alisha, and Ronica decide to play truth-or-dare. After some fun dares and revealing truths, Alisha gets dared to pee in her pants. Gabriella and Ronica eagerly watch, and are absolutely delighted as Alisha soaks her sweat pants.
  14. An ex-gf of mine, my first real serious adult relationship, told several of her close friends. Coming out to her in the first place was difficult for me, and she swore to me to keep it between us. So telling all of her friends felt like a betrayal. She also shared intimate photographs/videos that we had made, just for us, with them as well. Ultimately, her friends were really accepting, some even wanted to give it a try, but overall it did bother me that anything that I thought would be private, between us, would get shared with her friends. Ultimately this, plus several other incidents, demonstrated that she had no concern for my thoughts or feelings. My value to her was only in what I could provide for her financially, and elevating her status socially and among her friend group. I think it is a huge sign of trust when one chooses to share intimate details about themselves, such as their kinks. To take that information and share it with others, without consent, is incredibly disrespectful. For me, this is right up there with sharing nude photos of someone or secretly recording them in intimate situations without consent.
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