i've noticed that after I have sex with a guy and we're just lounging around naked he doesn't care that I'm seeing all of him but if he has to pee he always shuts the door or says that I shouldn't watch. it's not that I really want to see a guy pee I just wondered if there was a reason for guys being shy about this (if other guys are shy about this too?)? this has happened with almost every guy I've been with so I'm starting to think its the norm lol
I used to be very shy about peeing around other people, but my girlfriend never closed the door when she pee'd. Eventually I got used to it and will now pee even if she is there. It is kind of liberating to be able to do that.
Since I would ALWAYS want to watch my woman pee, it would be hypocritical to not let her watch me. But I don't remember that any of my girlfriends was ever very interested in that. They just peed for me because they knew how much I liked it.
In the beginning of a relationship, I close the door out of courtesy, but after we get to feel more comfortable with each other I have had girlfriends that don't mind if either of us are peeing. More than one girlfriend has wanted to try their "hand" at aiming. It is fun for them especially when we are outside and there is snow on the ground!
I can't lol. If somebody is watching me or right by me I just can't go. I can usually go in public bathrooms if somebody is next to me but it pisses me off when guys try talking while they're pissing because then I can't.
Sounds like shyness, that perhaps his penis shrunk to the size of his thumb. I was never one to be embarrassed about it because I always wanted to see my girl taking a piss. I even liked it when she pissed on my chest in the shower, so I was never fickle about such body fluids. She even liked watching me pee from time to time. We were both very different from the rest of the society in more ways than one.
My guy seems shy/embarrassed (maybe grossed out) to allow each other to see the other do our bathroom business. We've showered together and obviously has various kinds of sex, but I think it might be that crossing a certain line - the moment when he might think, "eww, this is gross and I can't look at her the same way - I'm no longer attracted to her" kind of thing... so I've heard from other sources (that "Blue Collar" comedy guy explained this kind of thing once - find the clip and I think it makes sense - it's unromantic I guess). But I'm kind of interested in trying to aim his penis when he pees, but, I doubt he'll ever let me.