STP Devices

Maxx Maxx
For those of you that don't know what that is, it stands for Stand to Pee device. I personally think they should carry everything that a transman or transwoman can use, though most people argue that it is not a sexual item, I beg to differ. Anything a trans uses can also be used in sexual play if you or your partner want to switch roles or spices things up. It could also be used to make a trans feel more comfortable while making love or having sex with their partner. Whatever you want to call it.

The STP Devices can be used for woman who have a fascination with getting peed on but they dont want someone just sitting there squating over them. Now you can stand and aim =). I figured I would try and argue this. So what are your oppinions? Explain all of your answers please.
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I still dont agree
It makes since now
5
I had the same idea
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other
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Total votes: 27 (26 voters)
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01/12/2012
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Elnoa Elnoa
While they can possibly be used for sexual play (I mean, what can't?), I think the STP devices still fall more under "personal care", which really isn't Eden's specialty. They may branch out in the future, though! Who knows?
01/12/2012
AndroAngel AndroAngel
EF sells soap, make up, packers, and club wear. An STP would fit in with their selection of items. So would a binding/compression shirt. I think it would be beneficial to EF to provide more for their trans/genderqueer customers, not to mention that an STP is even great if you're not trans, because there are tons of situations where standing to pee is beneficial to female-bodied individuals.
01/12/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Quote:
Originally posted by AndroAngel
EF sells soap, make up, packers, and club wear. An STP would fit in with their selection of items. So would a binding/compression shirt. I think it would be beneficial to EF to provide more for their trans/genderqueer customers, not to mention that ... More
like porta-potties and gas station bathrooms?
01/12/2012
Chirple Chirple
ANYTHING can be used in sexual play.

But marketing it as a "sexual item" is just wrong unless they're aiming for the watersports market.

Just market it as what it actually is, a stand to pee device. People can add sexual connotations if that's their kink, just like they could for a diaper or dental devices.
01/12/2012
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
like porta-potties and gas station bathrooms?
Yep, and when there is no bathroom, like out hiking or the side of the highway in an emergency. STPs are the best.
01/12/2012
Chris Corrigan Chris Corrigan
It would make sense for EF to carry STP Devices but from my personal experiences none of them have been up to par which is why I'll be converting my Mr. Right packer into an STP and using a modified baby bottle nipple instead of a medicine spoon as the 'piss catcher'.
01/16/2012
Jensen Jensen
I'm actually making some of these myself.

When I get the website up, I'll let you guys know. Don't want to pre-emptively get things going without having inventory to back it up, yanno?
02/06/2012
nori nori
Quote:
Originally posted by AndroAngel
EF sells soap, make up, packers, and club wear. An STP would fit in with their selection of items. So would a binding/compression shirt. I think it would be beneficial to EF to provide more for their trans/genderqueer customers, not to mention that ... More
THIS!

(also beast enhancers for all the lovely ladies who want a bit more, more inclusive lingerie for all body types!)
02/18/2012
butts butts
Quote:
Originally posted by Jensen
I'm actually making some of these myself.

When I get the website up, I'll let you guys know. Don't want to pre-emptively get things going without having inventory to back it up, yanno?
Whenever you get the site up, let me know!
02/19/2012
butts butts
Quote:
Originally posted by nori
THIS!

(also beast enhancers for all the lovely ladies who want a bit more, more inclusive lingerie for all body types!)
YES I can definitely agree with that, I know a lot of MtFs and other ladies who would LOVE them.
02/19/2012
eroticmutt eroticmutt
Quote:
Originally posted by Maxx
For those of you that don't know what that is, it stands for Stand to Pee device. I personally think they should carry everything that a transman or transwoman can use, though most people argue that it is not a sexual item, I beg to differ. ... More
I totally agree that an STP device should be available! BUT, I feel that the top should be 'funnel shaped' not the medicine spoon variety. I got mine from PeeCock company in Singapore and it cost over 100 dollars, not including shipping! Not only would this draw a lot of business for EdenFantasys (both by supporting trans-folk and avoiding international shipping) it would also bring them a LOT of profit due to how much they are generally marketed for. I say they should do it
02/21/2012
mistre$$ mistre$$
Quote:
Originally posted by AndroAngel
EF sells soap, make up, packers, and club wear. An STP would fit in with their selection of items. So would a binding/compression shirt. I think it would be beneficial to EF to provide more for their trans/genderqueer customers, not to mention that ... More
Agreed.
02/21/2012
Hibangel Hibangel
I would love if they had STP devices!
03/01/2012
ectoBiologist ectoBiologist
STP products would fit in just fine here! Like it was said before, it can be used for sexual play as well as for transmen.
03/01/2012
MasonM MasonM
The use of an STP device for watersports actually makes a lot of sense to me.
03/01/2012
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
Quote:
Originally posted by AndroAngel
EF sells soap, make up, packers, and club wear. An STP would fit in with their selection of items. So would a binding/compression shirt. I think it would be beneficial to EF to provide more for their trans/genderqueer customers, not to mention that ... More
Agreed. EF also sells conditioner, body butter, bath salts, lotion...none of which are generally considered sexual items or for sexual play.
03/02/2012
MasonJ MasonJ
I agree with several of the posters here - the site carries a number of "personal care" items that have no (or very little) sexual intrigue. Why not some tailored for the Trans* population (not JUST FtM but MtF, androgynous, genderqueer and other identities as well).
03/14/2012
LAndJ LAndJ
I guess it makes sense and wouldn't be that much to carry them.
07/11/2012
sodapin sodapin
Quote:
Originally posted by Hibangel
I would love if they had STP devices!
Me too! I think the more options available the better!
07/14/2012
Boyqueen Boyqueen
I'd never really thought about it, but you bring up good points there.
07/24/2012
Lucifer the Cat Lucifer the Cat
I agree that Eden should carry STPs.
07/24/2012
Total posts: 22
Unique posters: 20