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If someone wanted to use urine to 'defile' a bed, the best they'd actually do is get the whole thing a bit damp and smelly.
Urine is mostly sterile, and the greatest risk run by a watersports fetishist is that if they drink urine from the beginning of someone's stream, they might ingest bacteria that had been hanging around at the entrance to the urethral tract.
Even still, the survey estimated that at least one million British people are into watersports - a figure that is still pretty high, and born out by other data.
In 2014, researchers at the University of Montreal set out to discover just how common certain sexual fantasies were in men and women.
Last year during a nationwide study for Channel 4's 'Great British Sex Survey', it came in at number 9 in the UK's top sexual fetishes.
Although Trump denied it, the story has got people talking (and joking) about watersports, and as a dabbler I felt compelled to offer an insight into this kink – why do people like it?Around 3.5% of women reported fantasies about urinating on (or being urinated on) by a partner, and the figures for men were even higher: 8.9% wanted to wee on someone, 10% wanted to be weed on.That's an awful lot of people, especially given that from a very early age we're taught that our toilet business should be private, even shameful.The specific scenario in the (unproven) allegations – that Trump hired sex workers to 'defile' a bed that had previously been slept in by the Obamas – sounds like it has less to do with a genuine urine-related turn-on or humiliation kink and more to do with hatred and petty vengeance.But when talking about watersports, lots of people mention enjoying the humiliation aspect.
So what is it that inspires grown adults to shower each other with the golden stuff?