Happy friday, sexyfood faces! Today you’re in for a bit of potty-talk, because this FF post is about watersports, and I’m not talking polo. In case you don’t smell what I’m steppin’ in, let me refer you to the Urban Dictionary definition.
In BDSM terminology, refers to sensual or erotic play involving bodily fluids, typically urine, saliva, and less commonly, blood. Considered ‘edge-play’, because it is obviously somewhat unhygienic.
Ex: Most of the Mistresses that he found online were willing to do watersports.
No judgments here—whatever gets your pot saucy is just fine by me. The fetishist I interviewed is a 21 year old veg-headed female fluent in two languages with a passion for video games and art. (I always feel like I am auctioning off dates when I do that…) I’m gonna call her P. Teheheheh.
ST: So, tell me how you got into your fetish.
P: About 2 or 3 years ago, my then-boyfriend brought it up. It was something he saw in porn and thought might be fun to try out. I was reluctant at first, but I felt great that he opened up to me about it, meaning he trusted me. So I decided to give it a try. Turned out I liked it even more than he did!
What exactly about it turns you on?
There’s a lot of really hot aspects of watersports. One of it is, of course, just the feeling of urine. It’s really warm and actually feels good on skin. It’s also fun as part of domination-submission play.
Do you like to be the giver or the receiver?
I like both. As I said, I like it integrated in domination-submission play, so whoever is the top in the session is the giver.
How do you bring up your fetish to a new sexual partner?
It’s good to be open and all my partners know that they can talk freely about their fetishes to me, and that I can talk to them about mine. Usually, towards beginning of the sexual relationship, after a few vanilla encounters of course, I decide it’s time to talk about turn ons and then, I bring it up together with other fetishes.
Have your partners been pretty open to it? Have you ever had a negative experience with it?
Most have been. I never pressure anyone into doing something they don’t want, and I give them time to decide when to do it, if they want to. Did every partner agree to it? Of course not. But even if he doesn’t share the fantasies, it’s still likely he’s willing to try. As for negative experiences, yes, there have been some, mostly from lack of communication. For example, one guy once thought I was into drinking urine, but I’m not. So, unwillingly, I’ve had my taste of it.
I’m guessing you usually play in the shower or tub for easy clean-up?
Yes, showers, tubs, or even outside. Although one of my partners, who shared the fetish, invested into one of those waterproof sheet covers, so you can take the watersports into the bedroom. But either way, some cleaning afterwards is inevitable.
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