When It Rains It Pours: Watersports, Golden Showers and You

They say April showers bring May flowers but what do Golden Showers bring?  For some it brings of warm stream of pleasure and for others, well it just pisses them off. (Oh yeah we've got plenty of pee puns)  Are watersports for you?  What enjoyment is there to be had from peeing on someone and getting pee'd on? 

I had once said that I would never engage in such an act but as you know alcohol changes everything.  A friend and I had been drinking the whole night and started fooling around.  I told him I had to pause for a second because I needed to take a piss.  He said "you should pee on me".  My reaction:

I mean he asked nicely and I did have to pee really bad.  He put down some trashbags on the floor and I sprayed his ass like he was on fire.   It didn't really do anything for me.  I didn't have to pee anymore which was great but I didn't really get any type of sexual gratification from it.  My friend on the other hand was splashing around in it like a kid jumping through mud puddles after the rain.  Later I asked him what he got out of it and he said he liked warmth of the pee, the submissiveness and compared it to letting a guy cum on you. 

Pleasure Pissable

There are many reasons a couple may consider adding water sports to their bedroom rolodex.

Sexual acts that are deemed as “forbidden” or “taboo” can often create sexual excitement from the mere act of engaging in that behavior (regardless if the behavior itself is pleasurable)
Physical pleasure from the release of urine (for those of us who can admit that it does feel good to urinate, especially when we really really have to piss)
Emotional pleasure from the increased intimacy, trust and “knowing every part” of your partner
More intense orgasms with a full bladder
Role playing and other “dominance/submission” sex acts

Tips and Tricks

As with any act that involves the exchange of bodily fluids you'll want to be prepared.

1. Don’t do it in bed. The piss soaks into the mattress.

2. Drink lots of water beforehand—and make sure your partner does too. This not only ensures that you’ll have a steady supply, it makes that supply much more palatable.

3. Keep it fun and loose. Pissing on someone does not mean mean humiliating or dominating them—unless they’re into that too, in which case go for it.

4. As with all other sexual practices, porn is not realistic in its depiction of watersports.

5. Try it alone first.  Pee on yourself in the shower, see if you like it.

6.  Role playing helps: For some this can be very sexually exciting (with mutual consent and for mutual pleasure), and it is difficult to think of many more acts that conjure up images of the ultimate submissive role than being peed upon; the same for the ultimate dominating act to pee on someone. Just remember this is not for everyone, and mutual consent and mutual pleasure during these types of sex acts is very important.

Is it safe?

Urine is sterile (bacteria free), and as long as the urine is not being digested or does not enter any open sores on the skin, infection is unlikely.
Sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STI, STD) may be spread from one person to another through urine, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, as well as urinary tract infections (UTI)
Medical conditions (autoimmune disorders), including HIV/AIDS, could be passed from one person to another and cause infection if ingested. 

One of the biggest safety issues to be aware of is that drugs and alcohol are excreted in urine. There are tales of alcoholics relapsing after consuming significant quantities of alcohol through urine where they were bottoming to watersports play (specifically piss drinking). Be conscious of the fact that what one person puts in their body, someone else may be directly exposed to. Food allergies could even be a factor if the reaction is severe enough.