Im a 20 year old male and I used to do the same thing. I just happen to have a urine fetish. I used to do the same thing because the smell of pee just happens to turn me on. Now my girlfriend pees on me. Only when I was his age, i was more self conscious and always dumped it out. Just tell him not to leave urine in his room and leave it at that, saying anything else could ashame him the rest of his life, from personal experience when I was 14 my mother caught me with "watersports" porn, she told me I was "sick in the head" but my therapist at the time told me that being turned on by urine and the smell of it is scientifically natural and surprisingly common. he doesn't need psychiatric intervention, he just needs to be sanitary and clean up after himself. It could be worse, there are people with defacation fetishes. Atleast urine is sterile. For more info google "urolagnia". I hope i cleared things up hereView Thread
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