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STP devices

What are STP devices?

Using a specially made funnel or device to urinate while standing.

They're also known as Stand-to-pee devices.

What do STP devices do?

How do I use an STP device?

STP devices are placed over the urethral opening (the hole you urinate from) and direct the urine forwards so that you can urinate standing, including into a urinal.

What kinds are there?

Low priced STP devices are usually shaped like a funnel or medicine spoon and come in a variety of colours.

It is also possible to buy STP devices that are designed to resemble a penis.

You can also buy packers (devices placed in your underwear to create a bulge in your crotch) that contain a built in STP device to allow you to urinate through them.

How much will it cost?

Basic STP devices can cost around £5-15. More complex devices (for example, built into a packer or prosthetic) can cost significantly more.

UK retailers of STP devices include SheWee, Whiz and Uberkinky.

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