It’s absolutely true that the range of sensual experiences a person may explore is wide indeed and that there are many sensual obsessions that may seem odd or unusual to many people but are fervently desired by some others. Some sensual obsessions, such as those for feet and/or shoes, are widely known, but others are less so. For example, most people are probably not familiar with omorashi, which is a sensual obsession in which a person enjoys "wetting" themselves, that is, a person enjoys urinating in their pants and/or underwear. While not passing judgment on this activity, it should be noted that for a man, it does have the potential to create a male organ health issue, such as a male organ rash. |
The term omorashi comes from Japan, but the practice is by no means limited to that country; a quick internet search reveals that there are adherents around the world, both male and female. It belongs to the category of sensual obsessions commonly known as "watersports," which involve urine in some way.
In most instances, someone who practices omorashi is concerned with both the buildup to the release of urine and the release itself. For example, many practitioners enjoy drinking large amounts of liquids (water, coffee, soda, juice, etc) so that they obtain a very full bladder. They then attempt to refrain from releasing the urine from the bladder for as long as they can, finding a sensual thrill from the discomfort that this causes them. They also find the ultimate release of the urine itself to be sensually stimulating.
Although there can be many variations, usually a practitioner enjoys one of two kinds of omorashi: a form in which the release of urine is very markedly visible and one in which the urinator wears diapers or another form of absorbable underwear, which collects and holds the urine. For many people interested in the former kind, they often prefer the urination to be "public" in some way - either literally so, in a public place with strangers able to observe them, or in an enclosed place with a pre-selected witness or witnesses or via uploading videos of the activity to the internet. Usually those who opt for a diaper approach also wish to have it acknowledged in some way, either through confession to another person or via videos delivered online.
Male organ rash
Naturally, a male practitioner of omorashi leaves himself open to the possibility of developing a male organ rash, basically a form of the diaper rash he may have experienced as a baby. And the rash will not necessarily be limited to the member, possibly appearing on the sacks, the buttocks, and the general midsection area as well.
Diaper rash appears as a patchwork of bright red skin. It comes about because of the ammonia that occurs as urine breaks down, and also due to possible bacteria in the urine; the delicate manhood skin may also react to some other waste products present in urine. Because the urine is being kept warm and moist, especially if an actual diaper is involved, the risk of a rash developing can be increased.. As the rash develops, the skin becomes increasingly tender, and it will be more easily exacerbated by fabric rubbing against it.
Men who develop a male organ rash from omorashi should remove their wet clothing as quickly as possible and wash and dry the area thoroughly. Over-the-counter diaper rash ointments are usually sufficient to treat the rash, although if it persists, a doctor visit may be required for a stronger treatment.
Male organ rash from omorashi activities requires a man to regularly utilize a top-notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). To repair damaged skin, the oil needs to contain a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, member skin is strengthened if the oil contains a potent antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid to help limit damage from free radicals.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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