Tuesday brought to light very-unconfirmed allegations that Russia has documentation of Donald Trump watching Russian sex workers urinate on a hotel bed that was once occupied by the Obamas believe me, that sentence was just as odd to type as it is to read , and is using it to blackmail the president-elect. Raise your hand if you had to Google "golden shower" on Tuesday? So, while we as a country are learning more about this particular category of kink, you may be curious about what drives sexual peeing fetishes , how they work, and if we can make any conclusions about people who are interested in this particular sexual interest. But as Watersportsgate takes over cable news and people worldwide contemplate the endless puns that will result from this allegation about Trump, it's time to have a look at urophilia specifically and fetishes in general for how they develop and what they mean. The essence of urine play is often about humiliation, power, and disgust. Urination is a private act and urine is culturally viewed as unclean, so arousal using urination, whether on oneself, on others, or on other objects, is often tied to the idea of subjugation.
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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. As a kink or fetish, getting sexually excited by urine or the thought of urine is still taboo, even in a world where suburban housewives read 50 Shades of Grey on the subway. So why are most people still so uncomfortable with urine play? Luna Matatas recently taught a class at Toronto sex shop Good For Her called, 'Intro to Urine Play' and I spoke with her just before the seminar to get a urophilia guide for beginners. VICE: Why pee?
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Chris Donaghue , the author of Sex Outside the Lines. The acclaimed sex therapist isn't opining about the sort of long, slow, deep, soft, wet kisses Kevin Costner described in Bull Durham. He's talking about urophilia, otherwise known as piss play or—in the words of an unsubstantiated report that's gotten some ink recently—golden showers. Although urophilia isn't quite as rare as you might think, we don't talk about it that much because we have a culture that is still a bit squeamish about sex. And if there's anything we're more squeamish about than sex, it's bathroom habits.
My boyfriend and I have been together for nearly five years. When we first got together, he shared a fetish with me, which has honestly gotten out of hand. So, the big reveal: my boyfriend is a urophiliac. But not just your garden-variety one. The first two years of our relationship were terrifying because if I peed while he was at work, he would throw a fit of epic proportions.