JustMeA007 wrote:Pissed standing for many years. Frequently splashed on trousers and toilet. Frequently got last spurt in trousers after tucking back in, leaving an obvious wet spot. Always uncomfortable standing next to another guy at the urinal.
Decided to try sitting for a month. Took a concentrated effort as first reaction was to stand. Took longer and stalls were not always immediately available when in public restrooms. Proved to be more relaxing and easier to void completely. No more splashing or getting wet spots in or on trousers. Gradually found it more natural to sit instead of standing.
Have now sat or squatted full-time for over 15 years. Am totally paranoid of the thought of standing even when outside or when nude inside at home. No longer have any desire or inclination to stand under any circumstances. Wife has observed my actions when at home and when together in single user restrooms in public, never expressing dissatisfaction or concern with my actions. Apparently she finds it to be acceptable.
Why do some guys have such a macho attitude about standing?
Why do some "Man haters" have such a militant attitude about standing??? Boys are raised and taught to stand. I didn't write the rule, that's just how it is. So, along comes a group of feminazis that hate any male traits and want them eradicated.....castrate men, force them to wear dresses, they should be made to sit to pee..... tells more about them the guy that is standing at the urinal evacuating his bladder. If sitting is what YOU want, fine. Telling other men they should, or raising issue with men that go with what they know, well, that is destined to meet with some resistance.