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female Women Who Can and Can't Woods Pee Hiking Together?


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I've known women who absolutely can not release urine anywhere but a bathroom.  At the other end of the chart one cousin likes beach peeing in sight of other people (but hiding her stream).  A former date would ask to leave a restaurant and drive to bushy woods when she needed to pee (and hold hands while peeing).

So I'm wondering what women feel when when they discover they're at opposite ends of outdoor peeing.  (It usually happens here when a women gets invited to a beer and beach party.) 
If you can't pee outdoors, what do you feel when discovering you're with a women who takes it as the norm?

If you easily pee outdoors, what do you feel when discovering you're bush peeing with a women who can't?

If you can't pee outdoors, but are spending a couple weeks for example in coastal British Columbia, Washington or Oregon where nearly all "born here" women pee outdoors, do you try training yourself to the local norm?

 

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On that I definitely fall in the can't pee anywhere except the bathroom area of the spectrum. Fortunately so do my female coworkers when I am at my job outdoors, so at least they are suffering painfully full bladders as well. If I had a female coworker who would just pop a squat and pee next to me that would just be infuriating and maddening! I mean I get it when the guys do it, but when the women do it as well and you are the only one not peeing as well it just becomes more frustrating.

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1 hour ago, Stanley79 said:

I've known women who absolutely can not release urine anywhere but a bathroom.  At the other end of the chart one cousin likes beach peeing in sight of other people (but hiding her stream).  A former date would ask to leave a restaurant and drive to bushy woods when she needed to pee (and hold hands while peeing).

I wouldn't consider myself someone who easily pees anywhere else than the bathroom. But when 'the urge hits', it is not impossible for me either. I remember a hike in the forest this summer. It was long and it was a hot day. I was definitely not planning on peeing outdoors, but when the two other women decided to go for it I definitely joined them.

So my friend must have been 'easy with the idea', and me and another friend were just coming along I suppose.

It was also the moment when we had stopped for a little break and several of the guys/husbands also went behind a tree.

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5 hours ago, DesperateJill said:

On that I definitely fall in the can't pee anywhere except the bathroom area of the spectrum. Fortunately so do my female coworkers when I am at my job outdoors, so at least they are suffering painfully full bladders as well. If I had a female coworker who would just pop a squat and pee next to me that would just be infuriating and maddening! I mean I get it when the guys do it, but when the women do it as well and you are the only one not peeing as well it just becomes more frustrating.

Just get over it. Why suffer if you don't have to? Popping a squat is a perfectly natural thing to do.

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1 hour ago, Stanley79 said:

Do the women who pee anywhere feel rude or anything when you release your urine and discover the woman with you can't?

I feel like it’s not actually something they “can’t” do, as much as it is something they’re not familiar with, not comfortable with, and/or haven’t really tried. There’s no physical reason why women can’t pee outside. For sure, some women (just like some men) are pee shy, and some women (like some men) feel uncomfortable peeing outside, but really, it’s fear, anxiety, conditioning, or personal beliefs and values preventing them, not a physical limitation. Everyone has the physical potential to be able to pee outside. So no, I wouldn’t feel at all guilty. I’d feel bad for them, and sad that they can’t get past that and are feeling whatever emotion they’re feeling, and I’d want to end the outing and end their suffering, but no, I wouldn’t feel rude or guilty.
 

I actually think it’s ridiculous when people complain and complain but don’t take any steps to address the problem they’re complaining about. If another woman was infuriated that I ‘could’ pee outdoors and she ‘couldn’t’ I’d suggest that she work on taking steps to overcome the issues that were holding her back.  I’d offer up my assistance….I’m always in to to help anyone practice 😆

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There is definitely an area of my fantasies that revolve around women who are very shy about peeing outdoors. But flat-out refusal is sometimes just too big an obstacle to get over.

Going out walking with a girl who is pee-shy but could be convinced to go - that's extremely sexy.

Going out walking with a girl who flat-out refuses to go - that just makes me feel uncomfortable.

Going out walking with a girl who pees anywhere - fine, but I hope I get a good view 🙂

I've known plenty of women who fall into categories 2 and 3. Am still looking for the mythical category 1. But I'm sure they exist.

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2 minutes ago, BB1BBB said:

There is definitely an area of my fantasies that revolve around women who are very shy about peeing outdoors. But flat-out refusal is sometimes just too big an obstacle to get over.

Going out walking with a girl who is pee-shy but could be convinced to go - that's extremely sexy.

Going out walking with a girl who flat-out refuses to go - that just makes me feel uncomfortable.

Going out walking with a girl who pees anywhere - fine, but I hope I get a good view 🙂

I've known plenty of women who fall into categories 2 and 3. Am still looking for the mythical category 1. But I'm sure they exist.

I mean don’t get me wrong, I’m super shy about it, especially when others would know what I’m doing. It doesn’t feel super comfortable to me, I hate my ass hanging out lol, and I’d be embarrassed and blushing for no real reason, but I’m not gonna be uncomfortable for hours or wet myself just because I feel shy. 

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6 hours ago, liesjeversteven said:

Just get over it. Why suffer if you don't have to? Popping a squat is a perfectly natural thing to do.

Or standing and aiming. 

I used to be in the "can't pee anywhere but a toilet" camp, but I eventually warmed up to peeing in places other than the toilet, especially after discovering who I really am. 

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I can also pee anywhere any time. And honestly so can my friends it seems, not that we ever talked about it. Ive had this theory that mens prostate made it sometimes harder for them to start a stream and not so much for women but apparently thats wrong.

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On one occasion a girl I dated in college went off to scotts broom bushes.  After trying for a time, she announced that even though becoming quite uncomfortable, she couldn't pee.  Her best female friend being somewhat accident prone (I never witnessed this) habitually peed anywhere to avoid wetting herself.  My date had been unable to pee when her friend did.  To make matters worst my date was part Native American and had just started hanging out with new friends of similar heritage.  At some point she'd be joining them in an outing to a primitive setting.  She could imagine being seriously teased when she was dancing because she couldn't pee outdoors.

Consequently she practiced getting extremely desperate in her well-enclosed back yard.  In less than three weeks she become able to pee outdoors without getting desperate.  She was the second girl I knew who preferred peeing with a friend rather than encounter a stranger while woods peeing.

Like a previous date who wanted me next to her, she developed a swift and graceful motion lowering her jeans assuming a hands-on-knees US football stance and full flow while I was still fumbling with getting my penis out of my pants.  Watching them woods pee is sort of like watching them dance.

 

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18 hours ago, PrincessPEEach said:

I mean don’t get me wrong, I’m super shy about it, especially when others would know what I’m doing. It doesn’t feel super comfortable to me, I hate my ass hanging out lol, and I’d be embarrassed and blushing for no real reason, but I’m not gonna be uncomfortable for hours or wet myself just because I feel shy. 

Yup, right there. That's the sexy bit. The point where bodily urge meets innate shyness and social norms head on and a critical decision has to be made.

Soooo hot. 🙂

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I can't speak for others, or even myself. 

 

But I have a female coworker who will absolutely not pee outside. We are often far away from facilities working in the woods which has led to several desperation events for her and we've talked openly about it. 

 

For her it's not that she can't, but that if she does she will spray everywhere, down her legs, on her shoes and shorts. So she just chooses not to pee outside unless there is literally no other option - and based on several experiences that literally means I'm currently about to wet/wetting myself.  She's also told me she will pop a squat if she has to, but will avoid it at all costs if possible. 

 

I've witnessed her being so desperate as we drove back to civilization that she was grimacing as waves of desperation hit her. 

 

There have been a few times where she's told me how she's getting desperate and will need to pee somewhere eventually and then continues to talk as her need builds up. 

 

Eventually we finish whatever we are doing and head back to civilization. There have been a few times where the trip back was "stop at the first thing with a bathroom please I can barely walk". 

 

I can't imagine getting that desperate without risking wetting myself. 

 

Anyone else here like this?

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I'd do it more when I was a kid and when I was discovering things in my early 20s, but now I'd avoid it unless I absolutely had to, or, I'd do it somewhere non-public/non-harmful etc. 

If I were able to pee but someone I was with wasn't, I'd honestly feel bad for them, and if they were a friend that I was hanging out/traveling with, I'd try to help them find a bathroom. 

It makes me wonder that if I am able to pee outside, compared with someone who isn't, does that mean I'd be more likely to wet myself than they would if we both didn't go outside? 

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13 minutes ago, DesperateJill said:

@alleycat89

"Anyone else here like this?"

Raises hand. That's me pretty much every day when we are outdoors without a toilet. Some of us simply don't have the ability to pee outside without exposing or pissing all over ourselves.

Example - military days .... training course, males and females acting instructors dropped off from camp into the field after breakfast around 8.30am, we gathered at the ash car park to be picked up for lunch back at the barracks at 12.30, there were about 12 of us, one young female trainee officer was pee dancing and vocal about it, What else could she do there was an audience she couldn’t hide she was desperate her pee dancing was so obvious, she could have gone in the field but chose not to, she was bursting in the back of the land rover till she got relief back at barracks,

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