Posted by Frodo on January 29, 2000 at 09:13
Regarding the creation of "splinter boards" (there's a pun hidden there somewhere) for male wetting, etc.:
For the most part, the female-wetters and the male-wetters have coexisted on this board for a long time with mutual respect and courtesy. I'm disregarding here the occasional pinhead (did I say that?) who will always find something to complain about, no matter how narrow you make the focus. WetSet tolerates the variety because it broadens their audience, a sensible business decision.
I try to label my M-Desp. stories so that those that find the concept repugnant can avoid them. There's a core of females (and a few males) that enjoy reading this type of story, and I'd like to continue posting them here. The only BBs that are limited to male wetting that I've found get about one posting a week. If anyone knows of an active one, please e-mail me! (Frodo46888@aol.com)
And now a note about gays. A recent contributor said something about not understanding why anyone would get a kick out of M/M wetting or sex. I appreciate his honesty. Many people don't realize that most of us are hard-wired to our orientation at birth or soon after, and it isn't a choice. My IQ is above room temperature, so would I have CHOSEN to be isolated, discriminated against, and denied the opportunities for a socially-acceptable, loving relationship that most of you enjoy? The word "gay" is truly inappropriate for the lives that some of us live. I envy those that have the guts to be themselves. Had I the chance to live my life over, knowing what I do now, I might make some very different decisions.
But self-pity is a waste of the time I have left, so I'm now enjoying my lifestyle to the fullest, which includes posting my fantasies here. I have always felt welcome, and I'd like that to continue. I think we belong together, linked by our kidneys and bladders, regardless of our various genders and external genitalia. Peeing is unisex. We have to do it several times a day, so we might as well get some fun out of it. Sharing our experiences here spreads the joy.
If this rambling essay annoys you, please don't flame me. Just hit the "back" button and avoid the Frodo entries from now on.