To Pee, Or Not To Pee

The assumption is generally that guys don’t need privacy in the toilets. Ladies always have seperate stalls, but us guys are just expected to whip out our cocks and piss in front of complete strangers.

I, for one, have always had a problem peeing in front of others: family, friends or strangers. It got so bad that I nearly burst my bladder when I was out drinking with my brother and some mates. I was drinking pints of beer, many pints of beer, but when I went to the toilets, I just couldn’t go. The pub was packed, hence the toilets were packed so I had to wait foir a urinal to become free, and when it did, I just couldn’t go. I felt under so much pressure as other guys were waiting so I quickly tucked myself back into my trousers and went back out to a fresh pint of beer. Every time I tried I just couldn’t go, and the cubicles were always occupied (and disgusting).

Eventually I just had to wait for a cubicle to come free – but I did feel a bit weird waiting around while other guys had no trouble emptying their bladders.

Nowadays I always use a cubicle, I have to. But why are we expected to pee in front of each other? Sometimes us guys just need some privacy.

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2 Replies to “To Pee, Or Not To Pee”

  1. Another interesting post, David. It always feels a privilege being able to pee easily standing up, especially in the Great Outdoors…. but I know what you mean about sometimes feeling pee-shy in urinals.

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  2. I like this one, but I’ve only been pee shy when there are no dividers. I’m an absolute grower and anyway have nothing to be proud off. LOL! So troughs are out, just can’t do it, but urinals with dividers are fine for me.

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