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What Exactly Is A 'Golden Shower' And Why Is Everyone Talking About It?

What Exactly Is A 'Golden Shower' And Why Is Everyone Talking About It?

In 2017, the term 'Golden showers' was trending on Twitter, all thanks to an intelligence report involving Donald Trump. That controversy never got closure and is still under debate. However, it also opened up conversations about an age-old sex fetish back in the day--the golden shower! However, if you ask me, the trend gained traction back in 2000 when season 3 of Sex and The City, when Carrie's boyfriend asked her to pee on him.  

Clearly, we've established that a golden shower essentially means to have your partner urinate on you or vice-versa. It can be directly or can be poured into a container and peed on them. It also involves people playing with each other's urine in the shower. It comes under the term 'watersports' which is an umbrella term (oh, the irony) for any kind of sexual play involving urine. It can be playing with urine, squirting it while having sex or even accidentally leaking some in the middle of the act. Golden showers are an enjoyable sexual act for several men and women. From experimenting with it in the shower to swimming with it (yes!) it covers a wide spectrum of experiences that primarily involves a lot of urine.

So, if you're someone who loves to experiment while having sex, we're here to give you a complete guide to help you get it right.

Do's & Don'ts Of Experimenting With Golden Showers

If you like the idea of a golden shower, here is a list of dos and don'ts that you can keep in mind while you're at it. Read on to know more!

DO: Make sure it's consensual

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It is very important to know that you want it to happen as much as your partner does. or vice-versa. No matter whose decision it is, it should be consensual. Nothing is worse than doing something in bed (or otherwise) that the other person is not fully in for. 

DO: Plan

It is very important to plan beforehand so that you don't end up messing up your (or your partner's) bedroom. Imagine taking them by a surprise and flooding their bedroom with urine. Make sure you're in a place that has a drain or have a soaking pad before you decide to try this. 

DON'T: Be impatient

Sometimes, one partner wants it a lot more than the other. If your partner is not okay with the idea then you should respect it and find out more ways to be fun in bed. However, if your partner seems hesitant then don't lose your patience and wait for them to bring it up again. 

Do: Hydrate before the 'act'

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Logically, your urine is dark yellow and smelly if your body does not get enough water during the day. Make sure you hydrate well before you decide on starting the waterworks in the bedroom for a smooth experience. 

Don't: Ignore the infections

It is not safe to have someone urinate in or near your vagina. It messes with the pH level and causes UTI. Be careful when you're at it to avoid contracting any infections during this act.

Do: Communicate

While it is important to talk about doing it in the first place, it is also super important to make sure you inform your partner right before doing it. It is not something that people do often so it's fair to give a slight warning. The giver and the receiver should be prepared for the golden showers. 

Don't: Swallow

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Swallowing your partner's cum may be a thing but make sure you steer clear of experimenting with the same when you're performing this act. It is not healthy and you will see yourself running to the bathroom to get it out no matter how much you fancy it!

So, what do you think? Will you ever try this?

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