Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Watersports

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Watersports

There’s something about presidents and an infatuation with pee that we just can’t shake. First, Trump with his whole “pee tape” scandal and now Jair Bolsonaro, the homophobic president of Brazil who tweeted an explicit video that features — amongst other things — someone in a jockstrap having a bit of a shower. A golden shower. You know, a little something to boost the shine of the hair! In another tweet, Bolsonaro asked what golden showers were. Well sis, glad you asked.

To put it simply: a golden shower is an act where one person pees on another — or more than one, as we’ve seen it. It falls under a general umbrella of watersports which is a kink that entails play with urine. Sometimes that’s as simple as a golden shower, sometimes it includes consuming the liquid, and other times it’s urinating while having sex. And while it can all be looked at as “sexual play,” as just one part of a sexual experience, it can also stand alone. Some people just want to be peed on and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Here, we had three queer kinksters, who are familiar with watersports talk to us about their individual experiences, give us tips on what to do, and why, exactly, people submit to warm, golden streams.

 

Chris Hawke - Founder of GBU Sex Parties in New York

I started in watersports about 15 years ago. There was this guy I used to surf with — you never know whether these surfer guys are gay, bi, or what. Anyway, we came from surfing once and he says, “Hey, do you want to go back to your place, smoke a joint, and pee on each other?” I didn’t know if he was kidding or if he was going to bash me, or if he was baiting me. So I just went along with it like, “Yeah, sure whatever.”

We went back to his house and he made this bong out of tinfoil. We both drank like a gallon of water and talked — not about that, but just about guy stuff — and then we went into the bathroom, laid some towels down, laid on top of each other, and just relaxed and started peeing. It was such an amazing feeling because I felt like I was melting into him. It was a life changing event for me. So I started going online and mentioning it to guys and explored it more.

I’ve found that there’s really two reasons people are into watersports. One, the dominant/submissive path where guys want to pee on you to degrade you and two, which is the intimacy path. Because when someone is standing there and has relaxed enough to pee, and that fluid that has been throughout their entire body … you’re taking that in or it’s getting on you or whatever … I find that very intimate and erotic. That’s the path that I’m on. But the activity is the exact same.

I started doing my parties in like 2000 because I moved to New York and I couldn’t find any piss parties for young hot guys. So that’s why it was called GBU Kegger, which stood for Golden Boys USA. But over the years it has evolved to just being a sex party with young, hot guys that’s probably about 20 percent guys into watersports.

 

Tim, Mr. Michigan Leather 2018

I would guess I got into watersports about six or seven years ago. It started off when i was playing with a sir and he did a little with it. Some guys have also asked me online to drink my own in videos and stuff. It’s a bit casual for me. It’s not my main kink. I’m more into bondage, but I like the humiliation factor of getting pissed on. Some guys get off on it. My partner loves drinking from the tap [meaning right from the dick] and gets off on the actual act of swallowing it and I know that’s the case for a lot of people.

Obviously you want to make sure whoever is supplying the piss is well hydrated and drinks a lot of water. Beer and stuff they can do also, but you just want to make sure they’ve been drinking a lot of water to sort of water down the piss. If you take it early in the morning or from someone who is dehydrated, it’ll have a bitter or strong taste. The clearer the piss is, the better for these sorts of things.

If I’m going to play with someone new, this is all something I might discuss during the “into?”  conversation, but if it’s someone I know, it’s something I might bring up during play. I’ve never experienced any sort of stigma. I’m sure that’s out there though. For some people, it’s definitely a turn off, but I haven’t ever gotten anything too dramatic.

 

Quebed - Sexual Health Educator in New Jersey

I had my first experience probably about 10 years ago when I first forayed into kink and BDSM. I had a sexual partner who had been part of the community for quite a bit of time and I was curious about his experiences and how that could be a part of our experiences together. One of the things he said he was into was piss, so we explored that a little further. At one point, it was one of my primary kinks, but not so much now, but that really comes down to the availability (or lack thereof) of partners who are interested. I generally bring it up when I’m having conversations with partners and there are some people who say that fluids and piss are a no-no in every regard — that can also usually include even peeing in front of one another.

In addition to being a kinky person in my private life, I talk about kink and educate on sexual health awareness on a daily basis. Obviously the primary conversation is about consent. The second is about piss and safety, which people don’t often think about because we piss every day. But when another person is factored into the mix, particularly when it may be going into their mouth, over their face, or some place that may be more sensitive, we have to be careful. Even though it’s a low risk for HIV or STIs, there can be bacteria in the stream. When it’s someone who does drugs — and caffeine is also a drug — those drugs may come out in the stream and ingesting that can cause issues. So it’s important to be careful.

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