Don’t Take Life Sitting Down – GoGirl Review

I can pee standing up.

That’s right.

I can do anything a man can do including peeing in the upright position.

Thanks to my GoGirl.

Thanks to my GoGirl I am no longer of afraid of hiking and camping out in the woods. Because of the GoGirl I am not longer weary of long roadtrips across hundreds of miles of flat terrain with no rest stops in sight. More power to the GoGirl, because I no longer tremble with trepidation at nasty public toilets…like that one time I went to a community park and the inside of the restroom was covered in abominable bowel movements. I’m just sayin’.

What is the GoGirl you ask?

“Simply put, GoGirl is the way to stand up to crowded, disgusting, distant or non-existent bathrooms. It's a female urination device (sometimes called a FUD) that allows you to urinate while standing up. It's neat. It's discreet. It's hygienic.” It is also feminine and convenient. European women have been using it for years.

The GoGirl is easy to use: Just adjust your clothing, hold the device up to your body, and urinate. You can then either throw it away or place the GoGirl in the provided bag and wash it for further use. It is made from medical grade silicone and since it is reusable then I consider it also environmentally friendly. Read these instructions for more information on using the GoGirl.

I don’t think I have ever been more excited about a product made for women. Next to feminine hygiene products and the advent of the brazier (over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder), the GoGirl has to be the best invention for women!

Say NO to squatting over public toilets. Say NO to peeing on your shoes. Say YES to the GoGirl!

Just remember: Don’t Take Life Sitting Down.


  1. Oh sweet Mary…

    Um…there simply are no words.


    Um…Ive seen airport bathrooms, and I’m very happy for all of you.



  2. Can I mention I am terrified to try it, but can’t wait?

  3. Holly, My advice from someone that has used it: Try it in the shower first to get a feel for it. Then you’re ready to “go.”

  4. um, that’s very gross. And, I’d like to ask, do you know of anyone who has used it then CARRIED IT AROUND IN YOUR PURSE WAITING TO BE WASHED? And, is it right next to your pack of chewing gum?

    I repeat. very gross.

  5. The neat thing about this product is that after use, it can be rinsed out with a little water (sink or bottled water), then folded up and either placed in the accompanying baggie or placed back into the tube to be washed later. Urine is sterile until it touches bacteria outside the bladder. I have one reader is that is sending the product to her niece that is serving a mission in India where sanitary conditions are less than par and a toilet is often a hole in the ground.

  6. Don’t know what to think but my first response is – I would rather wear a depends and just throw it away when done! 🙂

    I am curious to see if this one takes off!

  7. OMG I can’t stop laughing and yet I think I must have one if only to lauh hysterically about the experience.

  8. I don’t have any problem peeing in nature, however my thought is about the time when a woman really has to use the bathroom and can’t get to it in time. Instead of a wasteful depends and of course feeling like you’re in and using a diaper, perhaps a reusable device like this might save you from having an accident. You might need a jar or container to pour it into, if the stop is still too far away, but that will save the pressure on your bladder that too many of us fall prey to.

  9. I LOVE my go-girl. You don’t get splattered with piss, and you don’t have to touch nasty toilets, or squat over the ground and possibly peeing on your clothes!

    I am now armed with a mooncup and a Go-girl. I’m super happy, and earth friendly!

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