Infamy is a tricky thing. It has a way of making your work slightly immortal, in that a title's mention might cause a listener's ears to perk, and their mind to wander through all the books they've ever read, searching for the source of that scratchy feeling they've suddenly got. For years, if someone were to utter the words Boiled Angel in front of me at my junior year winter formal or my younger sister's Holy Confirmation or something, I'd react. Internally, but instantly. They are trigger words. But I'd hardly read ten panels of Mike Diana's work in those years. It was only the infamy that hit me.
Feeling kinky? Not every fantasy or fetish is safe, legal, or right to act upon. Are you interested in fisting, suspension bondage, gut-punching, ball-busting, or heavy BDSM? You can do these things as long as you do them consensually and fully prepared for the risks. You may never do anything to anyone without their permission.
Outside Japan, it is not usually distinguished from urolagnia , though they are different things. Westerners who do make the distinction commonly use phrases such as " bladder desperation " or " panty wetting ", although a number of fetishist communities in the West have also adopted the more specific Japanese language terminology. The term "omorashi" means "to wet oneself", literally translated, "leaking". The word is also occasionally romanized as " omorasi " in the Kunrei-shiki romanization system. Most fetish activities concerning the use of bodily waste are considered by the general public as " hardcore ", taboo , or edgeplay.