The Pibella was our tester's favorite FUD for long-distance backpacking or peeing discreetly. There you are again, confronting approaching hikers on an exposed ridgeline with your hiking shorts around your ankles. Female urination devices FUDs mean that answering the call of nature does not require you to sacrifice your dignity. As she adjusted to a new stand-while-you-pee lifestyle, she found herself grabbing different models for different activities.
Ah, peeing. Especially at festivals. The fences, of course. We decided to talk to some of the courageous female souls who have braved the soiled soil of Roskilde Festival to get their take on the pee situation. Meet the princesses of the Roskilde fences. Hi Maja!
We were hanging out around the fire in Algonquin Park when Natalie excused herself to go pee. A few minutes later I was ready to go on a rescue mission for her when she finally emerged from the pines. Natalie calmly explained that it always took her a while to pee in the woods because she had to get her shoes off, then take her pants and underwear off. If you are peeing on a hill, escarpment or side of a mountain, always position yourself facing downward. If you pee uphill or onto a rounded mound of dirt, the pee will make a stream that somehow will always head right for your feet.
Many a potty-training parent has faced the public-pee dilemma: There are some who think it is no big deal—kids can't control themselves, goes their thinking. Another set of parents insists it is never okay to urinate in public. Then there is the in-between perspective—maybe in a park, hidden by trees With points being made on all sides of the argument, there are solid reasons why you should avoid having a child urinate in an open public area.