According to the survey, 17 percent of people—that is, 18 percent of men and 15 percent of women—poop in front of their significant other at least once a week, and only slightly over half of those polled said they never take care of business in front of their partner. That means a whopping 44 percent of people drop a deuce in front of their significant other at some point over the course of the relationship. A paltry 20 percent of those surveyed said they never pee in front of their partner. In other words, a lot of couples view the bathroom as a pooping and peeing free-for-all. Your relationship may depend on it. Created with Sketch.
These are such common fetish objects that experts have given them names. Coprophilia, by the way, is an arousal to shit. Sexual fetishes don't stop at objects , either: Specific settings and scenarios—everything from caves to foggy weather—are well documented in the existing fetish literature. To fully understand this concept, it's first important to differentiate a true fetish from fetish behavior. Whether you're a dabbler or a full-on fetishist, however, it's not always clear where these sexual proclivities come from.
Alex and Jack have known each other since and have been good friends since Alex and a former roommate sent pictures of their shit to one another several times. A quick Facebook ask produced dozens of straight men who have swapped snapshots of their stool with each other for, well, shits and giggles. One friend even said that their dad used to send them pictures of his own poops.