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  1. uprok

    uprok New Member

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    I have this friend that when we get together she is very open-minded and sex with her is amazing. The question here is this. While we are having sex we do it all including anal. But what is her favorite is to after we have done everything she will lay me down get on top of me and I lay there as she slips my cock into her ass, she rides me like a wild woman and as she nears orgasm she will pee all over me. It was kinda weird at first but she cums for what seems like an eternity. She tells me the orgasm she has is so intense that she almost feels like she is going to pass out. I know this has to be true cause I literally have to help her move after she cums. Are there any other woman that have had this experience. I have had many partners and none had ever done this before.
     
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    She's not peeing....she has the female ejaculation. However, I've never experienced that one before.
     
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    no trust me she is peeing. She actually makes a point of drinking as much water as she can and when she feels like she is going to start cumming, she lets it go. and it is warm pee that is happening not ejaculation..
     
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    Hmm...that's weird.

    Do you like it when she pees on you? I don't think I'd like it if someone did that to me.
     
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    hmm....
     
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    Well I was not that impressed the first time she did it and even still kinda freaks me out, but watching how much it turns her on is a big bonus. She completely explodes and that turns me on.
     
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    I dunno - still sounds like female ejaculation to me (tho, I also have never done this). those who have say it gives the sensation of peeing, and the men who are not accustommed to it or educated about it, think she is peeing.
    The telltail sign is the incredible orgasm - different than the normal, clitoral orgasm that most women achieve easily.
    But I guess that if you don't mind, and she doesn't mind.... and you're both enjoying it - go for it! ;)
     
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    I peed in a girl one time upon her request. It was a one night stand. After screwing a couple times that night and while doing it again I told her I had go to the bathroom. She smiled and said, "Pee in me." So I did even though I thought it really wired. Don't really remember her reaction or sensations about the act because it was a long time ago. :eek
     
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    From what I've read it's simply not possible to pee immediately before or during an orgasm.
     
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    With regard to the initial question, i recently watched a porno where the girl had an orgasm and peed all over - it looked like pee. Call it a 'female orgasm' if you will, but there was a lot of clear, watery yellow fluid all over the place - I call that pee.

    Dunno why she did it but she looked like she was having a lot of fun. It thought it was unusual too.

    Good news is that pee is generally safe stuff - just an ultrafiltrate of the blood. Actually of similar composition to sweat. It is also sterile, unless the individual has a urinary tract infection.

    Question though - doesn't that soak into the mattress and make that kinda gross after a while???? Rubber sheets? Water proof mattress?
     
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    You could always get a waterproof cover for your mattress....

    I guess I never thought of it that way...that would get pretty nasty after awhile!
     
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    we lay out towels and do it on the floor
     
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    well it is called water sports and also golden showers and many people (never tried it myself) enjoys it, it is a game of power also. If I would do it? I don't know, but it is a very known fetish. if you enjoy it, go ahead!!
     
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    for a woman it is possible
     
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    Well, to be honest, I am 21 and I am a virgin. Personally, I would love it if a girl wanted to piss all over me. I find that thing kind of kinky. Since this is the forum it is, I will even say that on occasion I have pissed on myself prior to jerking off and after watching plenty of porn. I am in the habit now of drinking it (yes, my own piss), and while this may freak some people out, I have come to like the pleasantly salty taste of piss (sort of like a dirty martini).

    Whether you do or not, though, is up to whether or not it makes you hard. Or if you want to please your bitch (sorry ladies, my way of speaking). But it's harmless. Just let the yellow warm stuff dribble down your crotch, and think of it as the female version of a facial. =)

    just letting you know there's someone else out there.
     
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    lmao, dude, you may remain single if you keep pissing on yourself.

    As for the ejaculate/pee thing, its definetly pee, its mechanically impossible for women to cum. That said, a girl i used to go with used to produce a hell of alot of...that...stuff....that lubricates, when she orgasmed.....wierd...

    I think is pee
     
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    Do you have anything to document that "its mechanically impossible for women to cum."? I've read on several websites that it's possible for women to ejaculate.

    Here's what some women have experienced:
    http://sexualforums.com/talk/showthread.php?t=830&highlight=ejaculation

    I was going to post some urls to inform people about female ejaculation, but it would break the rules about urls that contain nudity. On google I've found several websites that show that it's possible for women to ejaculate.
     
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    Hmmm - if we are talking 'mechanics', well, the 'mechanics' of a woman producing that 'stuff' that lubricates comes from the vagina. There is a urethra and a vagina in the "vaginal area". The lubrication is excreted in the vagina. Pee is excreted in the urethral tube. Unlike our male counterpart(who has one hole to carry both out), the two do not meet. Ever. (well... unless there is a deformity...) The lubrication varies from mucous-y to liquid-y. But it comes from the vagina, none the less. Unless there is an infection going on, as long as the woman has good hygiene, it has little or no odor, and little taste. I've never tasted pee :lol , but I know it has an odor, and it can be pretty strong!

    That said, I still have never experiened female ejaculation. I have, however, become practically dripping wet, while having intensely exciting sex.
    ...could it be pre-cum? :lol :lol :lol
     
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    I think female ejaculation is a psuedo-psychosematic. Its definetly pee, i can support this because i studied paraphilia's for a while (i wanted to know why i liked wierd shit, realised my shit wasnt quite as wierd as some people's).

    Rose, i remember one time i though this girl had pee'd herself cause she was so wet, i mean her panties werent just damp, they were like a wet face cloth.
     
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    Female Ejaculation

    Here's an excerpt from the following url:

    Female ejaculation is a release of fluid from the Skene's glands, which surround the urethra and are similar to the male prostate gland. This fluid is similar in chemical makeup to the fluid produced by the male prostate, and is in no way related to urine.

    Do you have an argument to the contrary? Let's see some documentation.





    http://www.mypleasure.com/education/sexed/female_ejaculation.asp





    I can't post the url for the following, but found it with a google search for "female ejaculation" + "reality"



    FEMALE EJACULATION, MYTH AND REALITY
    by Dr. F. Cabello SantamarĂ­a
    originally presented at 13th World Congress of Sexology, Valencia, Spain (1997)



    ABSTRACT

    In our sexual therapy practice, out of a sample of 220 women, we have found three (1.36) whose demand was related to the emission of liquid, through the genitals, during orgasm. This took us to question ourselves about one of the main controversies surrounding the orgasmic response of women, that is, the existence or not of "female ejaculation". Investigations about this issue have been polarized around two clearly differentiated lines. On one hand, we have all those who state that any fluid emitted during orgasm is nothing else than a certain degree of urinary incontinence (Kinsey, 1953; Masters & Johnson, 1988; Bohlen, 1982; Kaplan, 1983; Golberg et al. 1983, Alzate, 1985, etc.). On the other, we have all those authors that try to prove that women emit certain fluid, that differs from vaginal lubrication, during their sexual response (Grafenberg, 1950; Sevely & Bennet, 1978; Belzer et al., 1981; Perry & Whipple, 1981; Addiego et al., 1981; Sensabaugh & Kahane, 1982; Belzer et al., 1984; Zaviavic et al., 1984; Stifter, 1987; etc.). Thanks to this last group, the presence, in the suposed female ejaculation, of specific prostate acid phosphatase and fructose, elements normally present in male ejaculation, seems proven.

    Anyhow, the investigators that support the existence of female ejaculation, seem to agree that it is a possibility that actually occurs in very few women: 10% for Whipple and Perry (1981), 14 % for Bullough et al. (1984), 40% for Darling, Davidson and Conway Welch (1990) and a 6% for Kratochvil (1994).

    We believe that most women ejaculate, although they are variations in the quantity of the emitted liquid and/or the direction of the emission. We think it is quite possible that the fact that many women do not perceive an ejaculation, during the orgasm, is caused by the product of their "female prostate" being very scarce or because the ejection takes the retrograde direction towards the bladder, as occurs in the retrograde ejaculation of some men. To try and test this hyphotesis, we have analyzed, in the pre and postorgasmic urine, the presence of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in order to find any difference due to the substances elaborated in the urethral and paraurethral glands and in Skene's ducts. All this is what is known as the "female prostate". After doing a Microparticle Enzyme Immunoassay (MEIA) to detect PSA, we observed that 75% of our sample presents PSA levels in postorgasmic urine that is not detectable in preorgasmic urine. The difference in PSA concentration between pre and post urine was tested for the whole set of data by two-tailed Wilcoxon's pairs signet-ranks test. The differences found were significant (p= 0.0002).

    With the obtained data, we confirm our hypothesis and intend to confirm the previous works about female ejaculation, calm those women that fear that they have urinated while experiencing orgasm and, finally, break the growing myth of the "ejaculating superfemale" because we state that all, or at least most, women ejaculate.

    CONCLUSIONS

    The obtained data seems to confirm our hypothesis that at least most women (75% of our sample), contribute, during orgasm, with certain amount of PSA that can only come from the urethral and paraurethral glands (female prostate). We think it proved, therefore, that during orgasm, the so called female prostate is active emitting more or less quantity of fluid to the urethra. The fact that some women detect this fluid and others don't depends on the quantity of it and the direction of ejection, being, in any case, detectable in the postorgasmic urine. This idea is reinforced by the fact that, women that perceive this "ejaculation", have higher levels of PSA in the postorgasmic urine than women that do not, being unidentifiable in both cases in preorgasmic urine.

    On the base of this data, we conclude that all or nearly all the women ejaculate, existing variations in the quantity and subjective perception of this ejaculation. Therefore, our investigation also expects to create a tranquilizing effect in women in two ways: in those that do perceive their ejaculation, assuring them that it is a perfectly normal and, probably, common phenomenon. In those that do not perceive it, avoiding them an "endless quest" in search of their ejaculation, because they probably do ejaculate but in scarce quantity.