Let's say you're brand new to pee—what do you need to know? Because if it is about sensation then that opens up a range of play for you. Golden showers, water sports, or piss play, whatever you call it, urophilia has recently had a resurgence in mainstream interest, following some unsavoury and as yet unproven leaks about a pre-White House Donald Trump. It was an opportunity for sex educators who did an excellent job of putting out information that was de-shaming and so if we're talking about this let's talk about it in a way where people can move their barriers so they can have the kind of pleasure they want. I make it part of the foreplay or the scene. Some people are even turned on by the act of being denied the ability to urinate so they get a tense feeling, a feeling of fear, of being out of the their body.
Why is urine play still taboo?
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So it brought it into the mainstream but it also brought up a lot of kink-shaming. We have an emphasis on cleanliness particularly around things that come out of your body and we're constantly bombarded with messages that pee is dirty, pee should be contained, pee should be private. I think it's because we have such a heavy focus on sanitation and hygiene as a society.