I give my husband golden showers

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There is a reason why most American voters are now familiar with the term " golden shower ," but I'll get to that in a minute. If you're still in the dark: No, it's not a shower chiseled out of a brick of gold although that would be amazing. A golden shower, also called "water sports," is a sex act that involves urine. No hard and fast rules here, except that it definitely involves pee. According to Samantha Manewitz, a sex therapist with the Institute for Sexual Education and Enlightenment who specializes in working with alt-sex and kink communities, there's often "a component of dominance and submission in the act of peeing on a partner or having a partner pee on you. There's no way to really quantify how many people are interested in golden showers, but Manewitz said "there are far more people who are interested in this sort of play than are willing to disclose it," as is the case with any kink or fetish.

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Jair Bolsonaro is seen by many as Brazil's equal to Donald Trump. Vocally opposed to same-sex marriage, the Brazilian president removed LGBTQ rights from the purview of the country's new human rights minister, has referred to immigrants as "scum of the earth," and is anti-choice and pro-gun. It is within this context that we must address the events of yesterday afternoon, when Bolsonaro tweeted , "What is a golden shower? Alas, as with everything the far-right touches, it is much darker than that. That tweet followed another now deleted tweet: a video of a man having a five-knuckle shuffle John Cena-style before being pissed on at Rio de Janeiro's Carnival. The video was captioned: "I don't feel comfortable showing it, but we have to expose the truth so the population can be aware and always set their priorities. This is what many street carnival groups have become in Brazil.

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How old were you when you engaged in urine play for the first time? Woman A: Twenty-two or twenty-three. Man C: I first started holding my pee when I was about 10, holding until I was bursting.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist , to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your sex and relationship inquiries to tips bustle. It was a hard thing for him to admit, so I tried my best to be sensitive and open.