Ah, the Waters of Life, waters that flow freely, shoot majestically and trickle daintily, waters that sparkle in the light, tinkle in the porcelain bowl and melt in the mouth of the thirsty connoisseur, waters that heal and arouse and offend, waters that can feel almost orgasmic in their release, especially after you've held them in a little while.
all do it, and yet it is something special, secretive, something we
almost always do in private. We do it in a closet, in a stall, behind
a tree. Some say its just waste. Others long to take a taste.
people like to be peed on-either on the face, genitals, other body part,
or directly into the mouth. Folks like this may or may not have submissive
tendencies, enjoying the humiliation of being "pissed upon" or "forced"
to imbibe. Others don't find receiving a golden shower to be degrading
in the least; they just enjoy the warmth and intimacy of sharing their
lover's living waters. Some like the taboo nature of playing water sports.
Some like to watch people pee, others like to pee in front of people,
or on people, or into their mouths, or into a flute for them to drink
Among polite company, discussions on that ever necessary act of urination is tops among taboo subjects (with the possible exception being the topic of sex itself.) No surprise the vulgar term for the action, "piss", is among the seven dirty words George Carlin riffed magnificently about. The taboo is understandable when you look at the bigger picture: the goal of making people feel ashamed of normal bodily fuctions so that they need an outside redemption for their existence.
the social silence of frank talk surrounding this basic human, there
has long been a secretive history among the gods and intellectuals about
urine and its therapeutic properties. For instance, Orion, the great
hunter god of Greek mythology, was born from the urine of three gods,
hence his name (Orion derives from "urine.") Meanwhile, many
books, including the groundbreaking Urine - The Water of Life,
persuasively details the often magical qualities that urine has in treating
diseases, most notable being psoriasis.
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