The act of a male urinating after ejaculation.
Some religions and moralists consider the act of sex or masturbation to be immoral, or a "sin." As a byproduct, members of such institutions, for example Catholicism
, may feel guilt when engaging in consensual sexual activity. Thus, many individuals and organizations find ways to avert guilt, such as confessional in Catholicism, or the "born-again" movement in Christianity.
The phrase "wash away the sin" appears to originate from the act of baptism
, prevalent in Christianity. Here, referenced to in the 19th Century gospel hymn, "Nothing But The Blood":
"What can wash away my sin?
Nothing but the blood of Jesus;
What can make me whole again?
Nothing but the blood of Jesus."
Urine acts as a dilutant to clear the urethra of any lingering seminal fluid and/or semen, thus "washing away" the "sin." Oftentimes, this act may feel pleasurable to the individual.
"The best part of watching porn for three hours isn't coming
, it's when I get to wash away the sin
Tim: "How was your bone session
with Chloe last night?"
Steve: "Great. But afterwards, I had this deep-seated urge to wash away the sin
Tim: "I don't blame you, Steve. Otherwise, you might've come down with doom dong