Peeing outdoors is as simple as finding a secluded spot and popping a squat, right? Theoretically, sure—but in reality, everything from uneven terrain to tight hip flexors can throw you off your game and, as a result, your The mechanics of relieving yourself in the great outdoors can be challenging if you struggle with mobility and flexibility, like most modern desk jockeys do, or if you have a hard time staying steady on your feet. Finding the right spot can be tricky, too: level and unobstructed, yet off the beaten path and somewhat private. Look for even terrain where you can keep a steady footing.
8 Reasons Why You Should Pee Outside Whenever Possible
I just got back from some amazing bicycle travel in a remote region of Patagonia. It was like a backpacking trip on two wheels: spectacular, peaceful, and wild. Once accustomed to the solitude and self-reliance I felt strong, calm, and capable. I realized things had gotten a little weird, though, when I finally spent a night in a hostel in town. When nature called, I actually felt annoyed that I needed to leave my room and walk all the way down the hall to pee in a real toilet. Just peeing behind a tree or wherever would have been so much easier. The main thing I want you to take away from this, assuming you are a woman guys, read on if you must with extreme caution , is that peeing outside as a woman is no big deal.
14 Ways to Pee Outdoors for Women (yes, I’ve tried them all)
When we were offered press passes to yet another outdoor festival, we seriously weighed the pros and cons. Of course, one thing you can always count on is that going to the bathroom will be a terrible, nightmarish experience. Especially for girls. It's sad that something as natural and beautiful as the act of urination becomes an inconvenience to females, especially someplace where everyone is drinking a lot and that shit becomes inevitable. Consider the following.
There are certain things that all people do that make us human, even though we might be a little bashful talking about them. As it turns out, pee may even have a place outside your toilet bowl. Who knew?