Anal sex is not everybody’s cup of tea. And only very few like ‘golden showers’. So the number of persons that like to combine the two is minimal. Yet, they do exist: people who enjoy peeing during anal penetration. If you dis like it, here s your chance to click away. But if you want to know how to, or if it is safe, keep reading.
Peeing in an ass. Is it even possible?
It can be done. But it isn’t easy. In order to penetrate an anus, you not only need lots of patience and foreplay, but also an erection. With a flaccid penis it is almost impossible to penetrate that tight hole. And peeing with an erection is biologically a challenge to say the least. Some men will tell you it is impossible. If the penis is erect, the prostate will swell to clamp off the urethra. They will have to wait until the penis has become a little more ‘facing downward’ and not in full alert. So it can still be a little swollen. Still, it is not impossible. It just takes willpower and concentration. Simultaneously stimulating the penis will not help him to get to the act of urinating.
Furthermore, you need a little pressure to run fluids into an anus. Compare it with an enema that also needs some pressure. When a man has no problems urinating, the power should be sufficient.
Peeing in an ass. Is it safe?
It is a misunderstanding that urine is sterile. The urinary bladder is safe, but the urethra isn’t. Still, urine doesn’t contain much bacteria (unless the peeing person is ill or has an infection). So it can be considered rather safe. At least, just as safe as anal sex. You can’t contract an HIV contamination from urine. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t still get an STD through blood or sperm that is exchanged during anal sex. So, only do it with a partner you fully trust and when you are both completely healthy.
Peeing in an ass. Is it any good?
Anybody that gets turned on from golden showers, or likes some kind of humiliation, the idea of this taboo kan be very exciting. Especially the idea is hot. It won’t give you or your partner an orgasm. In some cases it might be a good idea to hold your pee until after you orgasmed and wait until the erection gets less while you are still inside of your partner. Now you can let your urine run freely. The amount of urine will differ each time. So be prepared that your partner will have to run to the toilet afterwards. The result will be similar to taking a small enema. Only do it if your partner consents (or it will be the last time the two of you have had sex together).
And in a vagina? Is that possble?
Everything that is written above, is applicable to vaginas. It should be a little more easier, because the anus is more tight. But for the same reason it could cause a lot more mess because it could start to leak while you are doing it. Women that have experienced this say it is a warm feeling of ‘being filled’. The vagina is more sensitive for infections, however.
And she? Can she?
A woman is not capable of peeing inside an anus. Simply because she doesn’t have a hose. The sphincter will obstruct it. Some people try it with a funnel, but even then it is quite tricky to pull it off. Also, a woman is incapable of peeing while her vagina is filled. She can pee while she is penetrated in her anus, though.
1. Drink water. Much water.
2. Don’t do it in places that should not get messy. Try the bath, the shower or place some plastic.
3. Talk to each other and ensure your partner consents. Many people that have this fantasy are afraid to talk about it because they feel ashamed. But if you both agree, there is really nothing wrong about it.
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