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Rajnish94

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    Bathroom Control
    Bedwetting
    Diapers
    Tickling
    Watersports
    Bondage
    Crossdressing
    Exhibitionism
    Foot play
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    Messing
    Pleasure control
    Public humiliation

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  1. Yeah, it did! The longer it lasts, the better it feels, you know
  2. I bought a new pair of jeans and I was curious to check if they were suitable for wetting as I thought they'd be. Not disappointed at all I was enough desperate for this video, like 8.5 out of 10. Usually I don't do extreme desperation because it can get very painful for me - and anyway I've never had a complete loss of control, just few leaks from time to time. So basically for me having an accident means to give up, and that's exactly what happens here. Hope you enjoy! VID20220419150626~1.mp4
  3. Mainly I think there are 3 aspects to consider: Sensation - The physical aspect given by the warm and damp feeling of wetting oneself or by the swollen bladder ready to explode. Despite the sensation being the same for everyone, it depends on each one whether it's judged as a good or a bad feeling. Meaning - The social and cultural aspect that tells a lot about how wetting or being desperate to pee are seen in each one's society. For example, this is the dimension where you find the reason why it is considered humiliating or laughable and it is taught as such as we grow up. It's a completely arbitrary reason though: we could say that at a certain time in human history, we "decided" that it was an act that brings shame to the one who does it. I think this is the most interesting aspect to analyze and talk about, because I believe that pee accidents convey the particular psychological effects that most of us look for when we do omorashi. Effects that are linked to what is the meaning of having an accident or risking to have one for us and everyone else. Psychology - This is the realm of the individual where everyone has their own reasons, conscious or subconscious, for why they are attracted to omorashi and other similar stuff. It depends on our life experience, our personal development from childhood to today, and so on. I think we spend too much energies into finding out the common psychological reasons that make lots of people to converge on this fetish. In fact, when we confront our personal experiences and reasons we realize that we are different even if we share the interest for the same type of act. In other words, the object (the practice, or the action, if you want) is the same (even though, as a matter of fact, we also practise it differently), but the paths that lead to that object are different for anyone of us. What's in common is the general interpretation of the acts that omorashi implies. There are many facets that show up when we interpret wetting or being desperate to pee in the light of their social and cultural meaning, and individually we highlight some of them: the ones that are pleasant to us, the ones towards which our psychology guides to, thus making a more particular interpretation of it, which is the source of our personal drive for omorashi. [Of course, if you're doing it just for the physical sensation and it almost has no psychological effects on you, aside from erotic pleasure and well-being, then that's just what matters for you and you can ignore the other two aspects, since they seem not to be relevant for you. So the Sensation aspect is kinda independent and in some cases it can be considered isolated from the other two].
  4. Most of the ones I agree on have already been said, there's only a new one that comes to my mind right now: the act of adjusting one's penis while mid-wetting in order to soak the pants evenly. It doesn't look spontaneous at all. I'd rather see the hands free, shaking, the person closing their fists or trying to hide the glistening bulge. Whatever shape the stain has, it's good as long as you let go completely after a desperate struggle and you don't worry about how much wet your pants look as you relieve yourself.
  5. In theory, for as long as I can remember. But it was born as an innocent interest and became sexual later. I've formed an opinion on how that happened for me. So first when I was in kindergarten I used to have dreams about going back to wearing diapers. I was always disappointed when in the morning I found out that it was just a dream. Then, I had assisted to some accidents at school and had one myself. That somehow raised my interest for the matter and my dreams started to develop around these episodes. I was getting intrigued more and more by the idea of someone having accidents, except for myself though, and I began to daydream about it more often. Few years later, probably in 3rd grade, I prematurely discovered masturbation. Being a child I didn't have any sexual fantasies (my sexual orientation wasn't fully determined too - I used to fantasize about both girls and boys my age). The only scene I thought that could match the pleasure of that experience was someone wetting themselves. And that's when I started associating it with genital pleasure, I believe (by the way, the act of wetting in itself involves the genital area anyway, so it's kinda plausible the feeling association between the excretory and the sexual functions, especially if you haven't discovered about sexual acts yet, imo). Well, after that, I only had to keep doing it for years while I fantasized about all the bossy kids I hated going through some well-deserved humiliation. And that's all, basically
  6. I think I did a similar post years ago too. So yeah, I've always been wondering the same I know that "messing" is more commonly used, especially in the abdl community, but I personally prefer to use "soiling", which is a bit less generic and ambiguous. As for the "desperation" part of it (but not exclusively) it really would need a widespread recognizable term around which we can gather as a community, exactly as "omorashi" worked for this forum and its people. Unfortunately though it's actually impossible to invent one and expect everyone to use it all of a sudden. Words are born spontaneously and need a constant social use. We'll see if one day a specific word will appear, a word that will work for us "soiling-lovers". It's true that there's already a scat community. That could make it easier to carve out a space that involves only messing there than here. But messing isn't only about poop: all the desperation part and the accidental and humiliating parts of it are quite the same as they are for omorashi. In other words, messing isn't only about poop as well as omorashi isn't only about pee. So it'd make sense to build a community here too eventually. If they allowed us to have a dedicated section for it, it would represent a significant breakthrough.
  7. I've had omorashi fantasies since I was little and I've never been tired of it. Sure, there were cyclical ups and downs: moments when I preferred to watch omorashi contents rather than practising it myself. But this kink has always adapted to my personal growth. There are so many facets in the whole omorashi thing and, depending on the mood or the temporary interest, some will take over and work anyway. I agree with those who said that they have felt an increment of interest over the time rather than a decrement. I think that depends on how much we reinforce it while we use it as our main source of sexual entertainment. If this is your main fetish, I doubt it'll ever go down definitely. You can experience cool-down periods from time to time, but it'll come back for sure at the right moment. Lastly, I must admit that I haven't tried everything I wanted to yet. And that will become possible only when I'll have a place of my own.
  8. My thoughts on this topic are a bit unconventional, I guess. I'm not a practising public wetter, but I wish I could be as brave as some people are on here. What I like about public wetting is obviously the humiliation part, even though I'm heavily afraid of it (this fact can be linked to what has been said by someone about the relation between fetish and phobias). It was weird to hear about victims here. It seems to me that the real victims are those who put themselves in a position where they are judged negatively by the spectators. And you'd say, of course: "it's their own decision to put themselves in that position". But this observation doesn't change the fact that this particular fetish takes advantage of the opinion directed by the common sense on those who have accidents in public. If people were too permissive on this topic, perhaps some people wouldn't find that so exciting. Considering this, I wouldn't talk about public wetters as they were executioner of some savage crime to the damage of some "victims". I see them as if they are playing a sensitizing role in other people's lives, showing them that sometimes a very suppressed aspect of our bodily functions can emerge in an overpowering way and win our best intentions to appear as a civilised animal. Like a hurricane can remind us how small we are compared to the natural events of our earth. Well, it's a bit too philosophical, but it's my personal view on this matter. Another opinion expressed here is the ethical problem: "can the intentions make a person guilty?" I'd say no, if the intentions are not concretized in action. But in the case of a public wetter there's some action going on. So, what we should ask ourselves is: "is faking an accident the equivalent of a true accident?" If we look at it with the eyes of a stranger, of someone who doesn't imagine there's a fetish about it, this person would simply consider that as a true accident, unless the wetter hasn't done it in a provocative way. In the case of a successful pretended accident, the spectator is not aware of the implications of what happened and for some of you this is unfair. I can understand your point, but there's no harm in this particular case. What you're complaining about is the fact that the wetter is "abusing" of someone's presence or attention. It's true, if the wetter is targeting someone, but the same argument cannot be told about a simple public wetting where there's no one interacting actively with the wetter. I think it's important to state all these differences. "You have to give the choice to look away" I read here. Well, this is something no one really decides. If someone starts wetting in front of you, wouldn't it be a so exceptional event that you can't ignore? Can I decide to not be looked, on the other hand? It'd be so useful for someone who wet themselves unwillingly in front of others. But it's not possible, they have to suffer others' judging because it's not something they can handle. So, every tentative to regulate or control others' thoughts is futile. You can take all the precautions you want, you'll never be able to appear as you want to be looked. Our ethics will not influence the embarrassing situation we are involved in. We will be subjected to the dominant ethics on this matter, which is almost nonexistent (because, as I said before, it's an occulted matter: bodily functions are gross when they are real, visible in front of us, better not talk about this possibility). This dominant ethics could state that if someone really can't hold themselves, everything can happen, in every moment, in every place. You don't know when it's going to happen, it's a perpetual fear. Everyone is secretly afraid of having accidents and seeing someone else having one could be cathartic. In a way you'd think: "luckily it didn't happen to me". That is what common people think, let's not force our imagination into thinking that other people may know we've done it on purpose. It's the same when we're afraid that someone may guess that we're wearing a diaper, even if it's not that thick. Probably it's the last thought which is gonna pass through the mind of an average guy who's looking at your big butt, since the thought of a diaper is far away from his usual thoughts. A final note: dominant ethics is intended different from moral, or at least derived from the last one. Ethics is about what we should do in some cases, it's the recipe of our rightful actions. Moral is about what is permitted and what is not. Morality is a lot developed in society, of course, since the birth of civilisation, it's the preamble to civilisation. And it is contained in the teachings our parents provide us. The rule that we have to pee in the toilet is part of the morals. How I should act in case of an accident is not described in the code of morals, because it's not even expected, it's not contemplated. Ethics, on the other hand, is a general behavior we must follow and it adapts to every case. Ethics is personal and that's why everyone will act differently if witnessing an accident. Though, a consent on this matter is given by the emotions we usually feel when we are witnesses of an accident. Empathy, fun, disgust, and so on. When morals intervene on how we have to sense this event, it will modify our behavior and that's why there's a dominant ethics on this subject, even if it's very ambiguous. We are a lot more blocked by our fear than by the certainty of what other people will do towards us. And fear arises exactly because we don't know what's going to happen, how people will react. Maybe this is something that public wetters like to discover at their own expenses.
  9. In every case I like it to be accidental, since I enjoy it fully if it happens in a realistic situation. But if anyone did it in front of me on purpose, I'd find it extremely seducing (and vice versa)
  10. Thank you for sharing this experience with the community :) I think you can add more details next time, like the clothes you were wearing, how much you peed or how much you were desperate to go, what the place was like etc. Btw, I'm a fan of risky wettings too. I'm not enough brave to wet right in front of someone but I like to go out in the night and have an accident like if it was daytime :D
  11. Up to now, I've experienced this easiness to go only when I'm at home or near home. Just being at home makes me want to go. Particularly when I'm in the bathroom, of course xD Then, I hold less when I'm outdoor in the cold or when I have to go n. 2 too OwO
  12. I love everything of it! I wonder why there's not a specific term for it. I mean, ok, we can use "messing" or "soiling", but there's not an equivalent word for pooping as "omorashi" which is, on the contrary, pretty specific. If there was a section on this forum or a site like this on that theme, I'd be very glad to join!
  13. I'm developing an addiction for the Neapolitan music OwO
  14. I'm one of those who feels pain and who leaks a little bit at a time, unfortunately. I'd like to test the experience of losing control, but I couldn't in any way :/ Maybe I'm just too sensitive to pain and I give up early, I don't know °w°' Only once I felt something like a loss of control. I was holding and suddenly I felt my bladder muscles giving up. It wasn't like they relaxed suddenly, it seems more like they began to push on their own. Maybe someone else has experienced the same sensation.
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