Women Can Use Amsterdam Urinals

November 30th, 2012 | Stacy Kwan

In the past year I have had lots, and I mean lots of pictures sent to me. Some are of girls that have conquered Stand2Pee, some are perverts who have no life and some are pictures of girls who have had to pee so bad they have resorted to the absurd.

When I say absurd, I mean girls that have had to squat in a compromising place while their male friends easily stand, or back into a urinal rather than stand and use the Stand2Pee method taught on our Instructional DVD.  Now to be fair, most women do not know about what our DVD teaches, and many still, prefer to be tragic and get into absurd positions.

This picture is a perfect encapsulation; Amsterdam’s famous street urinals. Girls stare in bewilderment, anger, envy and amazement all at the same time as guys walk up, go, and walk away, when women need to find a coffee shop, doorway or spot between two parked cars. This girl backed up to the urinal and sat on the edge to pee. Poor thing. If she learned the Stand2Pee method she would be standing same as the guy.

This is also another reason why a FUD – Female Urinary Device – or essentially a funnel, is not the solution. Forget your FUD and you are SOL – Squatting On Land!

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One Response to “Women Can Use Amsterdam Urinals”

  1. Lucky Joestar says:

    Here in Japan, some train stations out in the less populated areas each have only one rest room not specified for a particular gender but having urinals. In those places, you’d probably get funny looks using the urinals, but it’s perfectly legal since it’s technically not a men’s room.

    For the record, I’m a man myself, but I support your efforts to destroy this Holy Lie that women “can’t” piss standing up.

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