Group B here. 🙋🏼♀️ My farm is extremely private and I've got zero issues about peeing outside. I started the first 20 some odd years of life gallivanting around the countryside on my horse, leaving home after breakfast and usually returning well after dinner. Peeing outside was just how it was done or I couldn't have peed at all. I never understood why girls needed trees or trucks or things to lean on to squat and pee. Seemed the most natural thing to me. Messy only became an issue if there were only hard surfaces to pee on... boots helped.
When I moved to my current property there was absolutely nothing here but green space. I spent the first couple months in a tent, a few in an old camper with a nonfunctional bathroom and then moved into my micro home that a friend insisted on building for me. (He seemed overly concerned about me freezing to death in the camper through the winter months). I do recall being grateful for my new, indoor composting toilet after squatting in deep snow and few times!
I've been here for two years now and while I do pee inside, I don't necessarily GO INSIDE to pee.
Yes, I'm really known as T. An eternal 8 year old, mostly off grid, micro home dweller on a 22 acre animal sanctuary.
I also have the pStyle and found it to be a hit & miss. If my urine flow is heavy, the liquid comes gushing out and just overflows the pStyle making a big mess. When my flow is lighter, pStyle works fine. pStyle appears to only come in one standard size. I guess I'd have to practice kegel exercises to get better control of my flow if I really wanted this device to work.
The one benefit that works all the time is the nice squeegee effect that can be accomplished at the end of each pee session; thus reducing the need for toilet tissue for the dry off.
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