When it comes to the world of romance, everyone has his or her own fantasies.
For one man, his attempt to spice things up in the bedroom via some urine play backfired badly.
“Recently, I became interested in getting my partner to urinate on me,” he admitted to Pamela Stephenson Connolly in a letter featured on the Guardian .
“I’ve never tried it before and I don’t know why I’m suddenly keen now, but I’m curious about what it’s like and I think it would make us feel closer.”
On this occasion, it’s had quite the opposite effect.
He adds: “Now my partner thinks I’m disgusting.
“I feel hurt and ashamed for sharing my fantasy with her. We’ve been together a few years, but I’m struggling with these negative feelings.”
In response, Pamela reassures the unnamed man, saying: “You do not have to feel ashamed of your fantasies. You can safely enjoy them while they are private to you.”
However, she also issues a warning, adding: “But, as you have discovered, you must be cautious about sharing them – especially if they involve eroticism that may be considered edgy or unusual.”
Rather than dwelling on his sense of shame, Pamela advises: “You may take comfort in the fact that it is not uncommon to have an erotic interest in urine and that erotic play involving it can take many forms.”
She does however caution him about pushing the matter with his partner: “[…] since the idea of combining urine and eroticism is a turn-off for your partner, it would be best not to pursue the idea of realising it.”
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