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Women's Outdoor News | How to Pee in the Woods
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The Complete Guide to Female Urination Devices
Watch for loose rock or soil, especially if you are on a slope. I have been wanting to try one of those devises as well. Of course, in my bathroom—with a door and ample pipes to ferry away waste—I have never had the privilege of sharing my space with a flock of geese while I watched the river rush majestically downstream. Email Address never made public.