Watersports is an activity enjoyed by many men in the gay community. No, we’re not talking about taking your boat out on the lake on a Sunday afternoon to go waterskiing and wakeboarding. We’re talking about piss. Watersports, also referred to as WS, piss-play, or golden showers, many guys have fetishes, fantasies, and kinks around this highly sexual experience.
In this sexual act, one partner will piss over the other partner. While pissing on your partner may sound disgusting or degrading to some, it’s actually quite the opposite. It’s a unique bonding experience.
For beginners and people new or curious to watersports, the act of peeing on someone seems hot, but when it comes to action-time, stage fright can set in and the well runs dry. Here are some easy tips for beginners and first-timers to help get more comfortable with watersports, at least for your first few times:
- Try it with someone who has done it at least a few times in the past. They will be patient and comfortable with the experience and expectations, and can help guide you through the process.
- Know that watersports typically happens in the bathtub or shower with the water off. It’s best to have recently cleaned your bathtub and to remove any extra toiletries not needed so you have lots of space to work with, without having to worry about something getting knocked over.
- Start in a relaxed environment, like the living room or bedroom, where you can talk and be open with each other. Perhaps exchange stories of other fetishes, hot hook ups, or what you hope the experience would bring.
- Drink a lot of water and other liquids to get extra hydrated. It is helpful to have each partner go to the bathroom separately, at least once, to break the seal. Afterwards, keep on drinking more liquids to continue to hydrate.
- Start off with normal foreplay, like kissing and mutual masturbation, to get into the mood. You want to be sexually stimulated, but you don’t want to get completely hard, because it can be extremely difficult to pee when fully erect.
- When the time comes, when you both really have to go to the washroom, really badly, go in to the washroom together. Keep the lights off and light a candle. This will set the mood for a relaxed environment. Besides, a bright light can be very intimidating. Both partners can get into the tub together. The more experienced person can start first, and when ready, the other partner can join in.
- After your done, turn on the water and have a hot, steamy shower together.
There you have it. Watersports 101. The key is to be relaxed, try it with a partner you trust, and to be well hydrated.
Gay fact: If you’re out at a gay bar, event, or cruising, guys wearing black leather, neoprene, or rubber with yellow trim means that they are into watersports.
Do you have any tips for new people interested in trying watersports? Leave your suggestions in the comment box below.