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About Drew Bowling

Drew Bowling is a writer, erstwhile photographer, and highly decorated factotum living somewhere in the United States. His writing lingers on language, gender, mental health, and occasional raves about outer space. Keep up with his fancy musings over on Twitter.

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  1. Some bullshit maxim in which men don’t try to make a currently pissing man uncomfortable by pissing too closely to him

    if i am sitting in an empty train station waiting room that holds 30 seats, and someone then enters and proceeds to sit in the seat next to me, and especially in silence – my first question is, ‘why is this stranger choosing to sit next to me, why?’

    it is about a sense of personal space, that from yr piece is clearly different for different people.


  2. Some [boollsheet] maxim in which men don’t try to make a currently [piszing] man uncomfortable by [piszing] too closely to him (i respelt to avoid moder,ating)

    if i am sitting in an empty train station waiting room that holds 30 seats, and someone then enters and proceeds to sit in the seat next to me, and especially in silence – my first question is, ‘why is this stranger choosing to sit next to me, why?’
    it is about a sense of personal space, that from yr piece is clearly different for different people.

    • Drew Bowling says:

      Methinks you missed the point then. Why do you need that personal space at the urinal? Who cares? Do yer bizness and get out of there like the rest of us.

      • no it is you who has clearly missed the point

        • Drew Bowling says:

          Well. Dicks are dicks, and it’s not likely anybody would want to hold on to you, so. I’ll buy the first round.

          • what on earth are you babbling about.
            mindless.

            im bi, guess i must be selfhating
            *shrugs, and unbookmarks*

            • So, basically, Jameseq is afraid of people. Strangers sitting peeing beside him make him uncomfortable because they might be up to something nefarious, like thinking thoughts, feeling feelings, and having perspectives on personal space that he isn’t privy to…holy soot, that must make life so much more frightening. And now he’s unbookmarked this page because…well, I’m not actually sure what that was all about. But I will say this: public urinals are gross and I’m sorry you guys invented them because they she’ll terrible! Please invent a new pee place option, stat.

  3. In a word? Homophobia. Some jackasses are certain there are vulture-like monstrous gay men who want nothing more than to stare down at their junk or make a pass at them. Many of them see gay guys like some sort of vampire or leech – vultures lying in wait to visually rape them. Why they think they are so irresistible to every gay man within 100 meters is beyond me. Being gay doesn’t mean you don’t have standards.

    I’ve had unwanted attention at a urinal by a guy that was looking for more than a quick piss, but none that didn’t take a pointed glare or an “eyes on your own prize, please” to zip up and get out.

    • Drew Bowling says:

      Well, I didn’t want to be so afront about it, but… yeah. There ya go. Homophobia. Now shut up and piss, the rest of you.

  4. I have extreme difficulties urinating with someone next to me. Actually, for me it’s almost physically impossible. It’s purely psychological, but it’s there. But your actions wouldn’t bother me, because as a result of my lavatory experiences I always use a cubical. So when I need to spring a leak when out and about I get into the cubical and take it easy, probably making it unbearable for anyone waiting to use it for its intended purpose. Anyhow, next time you need to lay a cable and are getting frustrated because the cubicals are all engaged maybe you should just take a step back and smile to yourself about the guys with shycock that you scared into habitually using cubicals with your clever jape.

  5. As long as you keep your eyes on the road we’ll be fine.

  6. Random_Stranger says:

    Its called a social contract, and when someone breaks it, you have license to question their mental state and intentions.

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