Jump to content
Existing user? Sign In

Sign In



Sign Up

female Where are all my fellow black omo lovers at?


Recommended Posts

@blakgrlmajic91 I don't think "please forgive me" is needed at all here! I would hope the majority of folks in this community value increased inclusion in many different senses, and support your desire to feel less alone.

Speaking only for myself -- cishet White man here -- I just generally enjoy seeing women desperate and peeing, and also enjoy variety when it comes to that, but it certainly feels like the world of omo models and actors (including amateur ones) is especially un-diverse! I definitely support you and the general goal of working to change that, even if it's hard to think of concrete ways to do that given how most of us remain anonymous, probably aren't inclined to suggest joining the site to folks we know IRL, etc. 🙂

Link to comment
1 hour ago, Renatatswet said:

I just love women wetting. Of all ethnic varieties. I have no preference, but indeed, there seems to be far less content to be found featuring black women/girls. And they seem to be underrepresented at fora and such. I'd really welcome more!

I want to start by saying I love all omo content, skin colour or ethnicity does not matter.

I'd disagree, there is some great content out there featuring black girls, some of my favourites in fact. There is more featuring white girls, but still, I feel that there is less to no content featuring Middle Eastern girls though. 

Link to comment
35 minutes ago, potte said:

I want to start by saying I love all omo content, skin colour or ethnicity does not matter.

I'd disagree, there is some great content out there featuring black girls, some of my favourites in fact. There is more featuring white girls, but still, I feel that there is less to no content featuring Middle Eastern girls though. 

Middle Eastern girls are underrepresented in all kind of porn... Given the political/cultural/religious situation in most of that region that is hardly surprising.

Link to comment

I agree I wish there was more diversity in the omorashi community as I did enjoy seeing my black female coworker desperate when we were at her job except the frustration was I was always just as desperate if not more so than she was!


Once I have to admit I felt kind of weird about this once I was in a situation where I was at this occasion where there was this really large black woman who got to go to the bathroom when I didn't, and for some reason I felt like intimidated by her the rest of the day because she seemed like she was so carefree and everything and something about that was just mentally intense to me.

Link to comment

One thing that I also kind of thought though is that women of color are disproportionately represented in service and caring industries, situations where a bathroom break might not be as much forthcoming. Maybe I am just assuming that angle because that's the angle that fascinates me, but I get the sense that women of color often work in jobs in which bathroom breaks are few and far between compared to white women, but then again I found myself in a job with no bathrooms at all so…

Link to comment
On 10/19/2022 at 3:12 AM, Desperato said:

@blakgrlmajic91 I don't think "please forgive me" is needed at all here! I would hope the majority of folks in this community value increased inclusion in many different senses, and support your desire to feel less alone.

Speaking only for myself -- cishet White man here -- I just generally enjoy seeing women desperate and peeing, and also enjoy variety when it comes to that, but it certainly feels like the world of omo models and actors (including amateur ones) is especially un-diverse! I definitely support you and the general goal of working to change that, even if it's hard to think of concrete ways to do that given how most of us remain anonymous, probably aren't inclined to suggest joining the site to folks we know IRL, etc. 🙂

I love this! Thank you. Totally feel the support. The anonymous factor makes it harder to distinguish for sure. That’s y I tried to make my face clear in my username lol. But definitely pulling for diversity.

On 10/19/2022 at 8:00 AM, potte said:

I want to start by saying I love all omo content, skin colour or ethnicity does not matter.

I'd disagree, there is some great content out there featuring black girls, some of my favourites in fact. There is more featuring white girls, but still, I feel that there is less to no content featuring Middle Eastern girls though. 

Definitely point me in that direction if you can! I’m not the best at navigating this just yet.

Link to comment
On 10/19/2022 at 12:15 PM, DesperateJill said:

I agree I wish there was more diversity in the omorashi community as I did enjoy seeing my black female coworker desperate when we were at her job except the frustration was I was always just as desperate if not more so than she was!


Once I have to admit I felt kind of weird about this once I was in a situation where I was at this occasion where there was this really large black woman who got to go to the bathroom when I didn't, and for some reason I felt like intimidated by her the rest of the day because she seemed like she was so carefree and everything and something about that was just mentally intense to me.

Why would she get to go and you did not?

Link to comment
On 10/19/2022 at 3:30 PM, DesperateJill said:

One thing that I also kind of thought though is that women of color are disproportionately represented in service and caring industries, situations where a bathroom break might not be as much forthcoming. Maybe I am just assuming that angle because that's the angle that fascinates me, but I get the sense that women of color often work in jobs in which bathroom breaks are few and far between compared to white women, but then again I found myself in a job with no bathrooms at all so…

The angle of not have bathrooms and/breaks available fascinates me as well! And so with this you would think that you would see more black women in desperate situations and maybe have them also discover an interest in omo. 

Link to comment

I'm far from black but holy hell is Zola AK hot. A ton of her vids were in my all time favorites playlist (<- note: contains general pee porn as well as wettings) but she privated the videos a while back so they got removed 😞 fortunately she put the videos back on public but I haven't added them back to my playlist yet.

 

Check out her Pornhub page here: https://www.pornhub.com/model/zola-ak.

Sadly it looks like she has stopped uploading free content to there, but she does still upload on Fansly sometimes: https://fans.ly/MissZola

 

ps: check out my other playlists too! specific wettings playlists (jeans, panties, skirts, etc), pee playlists, and more! there's something for everyone who's into pee.

Edited by nut420
added note to check out my other playlists (see edit history)
Link to comment

@blakgrlmajic91

"Why would she get to go and you did not?"

Not enough time for everybody to use the bathroom, another one of those situations that fascinates me, about how you are a situation where women have only a limited amount of time to use the bathroom, only a couple of them will get to go, and they will all continue interacting with each other without even addressing the fact that most of them had to go to the bathroom and didn't get to go. Something about interacting with people, particularly other women, who got to go to the bathroom when I didn't just feels especially frustrating, and when my bladder is full and I know other people's bladders are empty I somehow feel intimidated by them. And she looked like she really had to go to the bathroom and when she was out of the bathroom she looked so comfortable for the rest of the day and it felt kind of weird knowing that she had gotten to go to the bathroom when I did not.

"The angle of not have bathrooms and/breaks available fascinates me as well! And so with this you would think that you would see more black women in desperate situations and maybe have them also discover an interest in omo."

I was always fascinated by that as well and after I was in a situation where I was the one without a bathroom I became incredibly fixated on that.


I do think that it is often a situation where black women are often in situations or jobs where they don't get to go to the bathroom as much, and I think my job was a humbling job in that everybody was equal, we were all equally holding for dear life by the end of the day!


I often think about things such as racial privilege, sexual privilege and things of that nature, and naturally I think of that in regards to the bathroom as well, and one thing that I realized is that toilet privilege was sort of a thing where I think as a suburban White woman who had always been working from home I took my toilet for granted in a way that I did not understand until I was suddenly without one.


And that got me thinking that there are probably lots of women of color and stuff like that in jobs where they are busy all day and don't get to go to the bathroom, and then I thought of my own situation in regards to that. So I do think that women of color probably do and up having to develop greater bladder strength and perhaps discovering interest in omorashi as a result of that.

It also made me think of that scene in the movie Hidden Figures where the woman was desperate to use the bathroom all day because the nearest bathroom for black women was like half a mile away, where as the white women had the bathroom right nearby, and I'm thinking things like that were probably painfully common in that time and place. And although now we don't have racial discrimination in bathrooms anymore I still feel like there is probably a bathroom disparity that does exist between white women and women of color in regards to that.

 

Link to comment
1 hour ago, DesperateJill said:

@blakgrlmajic91

"Why would she get to go and you did not?"

Not enough time for everybody to use the bathroom, another one of those situations that fascinates me, about how you are a situation where women have only a limited amount of time to use the bathroom, only a couple of them will get to go, and they will all continue interacting with each other without even addressing the fact that most of them had to go to the bathroom and didn't get to go. Something about interacting with people, particularly other women, who got to go to the bathroom when I didn't just feels especially frustrating, and when my bladder is full and I know other people's bladders are empty I somehow feel intimidated by them. And she looked like she really had to go to the bathroom and when she was out of the bathroom she looked so comfortable for the rest of the day and it felt kind of weird knowing that she had gotten to go to the bathroom when I did not.

"The angle of not have bathrooms and/breaks available fascinates me as well! And so with this you would think that you would see more black women in desperate situations and maybe have them also discover an interest in omo."

I was always fascinated by that as well and after I was in a situation where I was the one without a bathroom I became incredibly fixated on that.


I do think that it is often a situation where black women are often in situations or jobs where they don't get to go to the bathroom as much, and I think my job was a humbling job in that everybody was equal, we were all equally holding for dear life by the end of the day!


I often think about things such as racial privilege, sexual privilege and things of that nature, and naturally I think of that in regards to the bathroom as well, and one thing that I realized is that toilet privilege was sort of a thing where I think as a suburban White woman who had always been working from home I took my toilet for granted in a way that I did not understand until I was suddenly without one.


And that got me thinking that there are probably lots of women of color and stuff like that in jobs where they are busy all day and don't get to go to the bathroom, and then I thought of my own situation in regards to that. So I do think that women of color probably do and up having to develop greater bladder strength and perhaps discovering interest in omorashi as a result of that.

It also made me think of that scene in the movie Hidden Figures where the woman was desperate to use the bathroom all day because the nearest bathroom for black women was like half a mile away, where as the white women had the bathroom right nearby, and I'm thinking things like that were probably painfully common in that time and place. And although now we don't have racial discrimination in bathrooms anymore I still feel like there is probably a bathroom disparity that does exist between white women and women of color in regards to that.

 

In segregation times in the South, a lot of White owned gas stations either only had bathrooms for White people, or they'd have a White men's room, a White ladies room, and Black men and women would have to share the same bathroom. Sometimes a Black person might have to find a Black owned gas station or restaurant to find a bathroom that Black people were allowed to use (my grandfather on my mother's side owned the only Black owned gas station in his town). 

Yes, Black women are overrepresented in service jobs and at a lot of those jobs, bathroom access can be limited. My first job was at a supermarket, all of my female coworkers were Black, Latina or Chinese, and we only got one 15 minute break for the entire shift. If it was busy, they'd ask you to work through your break and then they'd let you punch out 15 minutes early at the end of your shift and pay you for  that time. 

There were so many times when my female coworkers would confide in me that they desperately needed to pee but they hadn't had their break yet - some of them had to pee so bad that they would run to the break room at the back of the store when they finally got their break.

There's also a lot of Black women who work in nontraditional jobs - that is, jobs traditionally held by men. I knew a Black woman carpenter who was on a job on a bridge - they didn't have a bathroom for women, so she would just hold her pee all day and then run to the McDonalds near the bridge at the end of the day to use their bathroom.

Link to comment
5 minutes ago, DesperateJill said:

@Gregory10031

"I'm a Black man, and most of my real life female desperation experiences have involved Black women or dark skinned Latina women"

In your experience do black and Latino women seem to suffer more incidences of desperation or have to hold more often?

Women of all races get into desperation situations - the details might be different because they live in different places or work in different kinds of jobs but they all find themselves in situations  where they have to pee and there's nowhere for a woman to go.

 

A White woman friend of mine once told me she had been out drinking with a group of male friends - she was the only woman in the group. They were out on the street after the bars had closed and they all badly needed to pee. There was no place around with a bathroom, so the guys just walked over to the wall of a building, lined up and started peeing against the wall. She had to pee just as badly as her guy friends did... but of course there was nowhere for her to pee so she just had to hold her pee, while watching her friends relieve themselves. 

 

Then, one of them said "hey - don't you have to pee too? Why don't you pee right here?" and he invited her to pee right next to him.

 

Of course, there was no way she was going to pull down her pants and pee in front of her guy friends - so she just kept holding it, even though she had to pee just as badly as they did.

Link to comment

@Gregory10031

"In segregation times in the South, a lot of White owned gas stations either only had bathrooms for White people, or they'd have a White men's room, a White ladies room, and Black men and women would have to share the same bathroom. Sometimes a Black person might have to find a Black owned gas station or restaurant to find a bathroom that Black people were allowed to use (my grandfather on my mother's side owned the only Black owned gas station in his town)."

I guess that makes sense, you know within the confines of how irrational it is to segregate bathrooms by race. The irony is if they did have separate male and female bathrooms for black people that seeing as they were smaller percentage of the population they probably would have had shorter bathroom lines!


It did remind me in the scene from Roots the Next Generation where the kid was in the 1930s in the South and his father was trying to find a place for him to go to the bathroom and in the end they just let him go to the bathroom in the bushes because they didn't want the boy to use the restrooms at the gas station. I imagine that for women it was probably even a lot worse since women cannot relieve themselves as easily.

"Yes, Black women are overrepresented in service jobs and at a lot of those jobs, bathroom access can be limited. My first job was at a supermarket, all of my female coworkers were Black, Latina or Chinese, and we only got one 15 minute break for the entire shift. If it was busy, they'd ask you to work through your break and then they'd let you punch out 15 minutes early at the end of your shift and pay you for  that time."

How long were their shifts and how much longer would they have to wait if they didn't take their breaks?

"There were so many times when my female coworkers would confide in me that they desperately needed to pee but they hadn't had their break yet - some of them had to pee so bad that they would run to the break room at the back of the store when they finally got their break."

Did the men have the same problem of not being able to go on their break or having to wait until their breaks or could you often run quickly to the bathroom? If not that must have been a female desperation paradise for you, and a female desperation hell for your coworkers. Were their lines at the ladies when they all went at once?

"There's also a lot of Black women who work in nontraditional jobs - that is, jobs traditionally held by men. I knew a Black woman carpenter who was on a job on a bridge - they didn't have a bathroom for women, so she would just hold her pee all day and then run to the McDonalds near the bridge at the end of the day to use their bathroom."

This was sort of like my job which was an outdoor job and everything, where I think that the majority of people who did take that job when men because the first year I had all male coworkers and was the only woman on the crew and the men would just go peel off in the bushes while I would hold it all day.


The second year was a little bit more equal and that we had three women and three men on the crew so I wasn't the only woman at least. But most of the time there would be no bathrooms outdoors. The first day when we realized that it seemed my other coworker, my black female coworker, was annoyed by that but then she seemed to very quickly adapt to the situation and it made me wonder if she had been in a job where she was accustomed to holding it previously. I think for me it was a rather new experience to say the least!


And for women who work outdoors it especially terrible and I learned that the brutally hard way during Covid. During Covid women who work outdoors pretty much had to rely exclusively on public bathrooms just at a time when they were all closed, so at any other time there might have been bathrooms available, but because of Covid women who worked outdoors pretty much had to go without. And the frustrating thing was that everybody pretty much was working from home at that time.

"Women of all races get into desperation situations - the details might be different because they live in different places or work in different kinds of jobs but they all find themselves in situations  where they have to pee and there's nowhere for a woman to go."

Yes I think that that's the one thing that unites women everywhere, in a bathroom line everybody is waiting equally, and that's when we are lucky enough to have a bathroom at all. There are so many situations where women are just sort of expected to not go to the bathroom at all, like people don't even think we go to the bathroom or that if we do it they need that we can put off for an extraordinarily long time.


I have always liked your avatar for that reason, that image of that woman standing there with her hands on her hips in front of two bathroom doors that are both labeled men I think is an accurate reflection of reality in so many cases. It seems insane that that could possibly be the case and yet that is a very regular and normal thing almost universally everywhere.

"A White woman friend of mine once told me she had been out drinking with a group of male friends - she was the only woman in the group. They were out on the street after the bars had closed and they all badly needed to pee. There was no place around with a bathroom, so the guys just walked over to the wall of a building, lined up and started peeing against the wall. She had to pee just as badly as her guy friends did... but of course there was nowhere for her to pee so she just had to hold her pee, while watching her friends relieve themselves.

Then, one of them said "hey - don't you have to pee too? Why don't you pee right here?" and he invited her to pee right next to him.

Of course, there was no way she was going to pull down her pants and pee in front of her guy friends - so she just kept holding it, even though she had to pee just as badly as they did."

Yes that's pretty much been my entire life experience! I didn't socialize much growing up so I mostly hung out with my boy cousins and their friends so it would often be a group of six or eight guys and me and I was always the one who got stuck waiting. The guys never had trouble finding a bathroom without waiting or if we were outdoors they could just go outdoors but I always ended up holding it for hours in a situation where they were all relieving themselves.


I guess that was good preparation for my high school experience where they locked all of the girls bathrooms except for one making it unrealistic to use it, or the bathroom pass system before that which men were able to get several trips out of a day where as the woman could only get through with one, ultimately ending up with my job where there were just no bathrooms for women at all. So yeah pretty much my biography here!

Link to comment
11 hours ago, DesperateJill said:

It also made me think of that scene in the movie Hidden Figures where the woman was desperate to use the bathroom all day because the nearest bathroom for black women was like half a mile away, where as the white women had the bathroom right nearby, and I'm thinking things like that were probably painfully common in that time and place. And although now we don't have racial discrimination in bathrooms anymore I still feel like there is probably a bathroom disparity that does exist between white women and women of color in regards to that.

This right here!!!!! Absolutely!! I think of this scene a lot and I feel like this happens a lot. And being that black women are especially a minority in most places and we already stand out…we stand out even more if we have to pee when others don’t and it becomes super awkward to excuse yourself and/or you feel you are on the terms and bladder timetable of others who are there and you have to wait for the group to go. Girlllll you out here getting me really thinking. It goes really deep. 

Link to comment

More black models please. 

 

I remember this being covered before and one omo producer (not sure which) commented that it's not due to a preference on their part, but the gender diversity of applicants.

Anyway, some stats:

Bound2Burst

Models listed: 85

Black models: 3 (3.5%)

image.png.a83fd5dc7b8abca7b1f7b50790bf1f38.png image.png.5e4e79b0e145b50c3e29018a32cb5002.png image.png.89c2f881fcf1cc9dfdc62ee3d75ddee8.png

   

 

Skymouse

Models listed: 390

Black models: 7 (2%)  - Lexi M, Justina, Ebony,  Alexa, Lisa Marie, Ja , Liva

 

image.jpeg.a0e81159d020e89048f9bcc18eedd760.jpeg image.jpeg.bdd0ef50e80a70c1ac6e55d41016cc4a.jpeg image.jpeg.7bfc6bfdab704689ea586b779acbfeef.jpeg image.jpeg.5f4260228bb9fd15c4b3db4ce1125d06.jpegimage.jpeg.df50021358caec90152da1ac22e322b8.jpeg   image.jpeg.691ec58239e475a793d696e1dd70f12b.jpeg image.jpeg

 

 

HD Wetting

I'll let TVGuy comment on this one 😉

 

Edited by Aaron (see edit history)
Link to comment

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Recently Browsing   1 member

×
×
  • Create New...