Thank you for your response Teehee,
When I sit or squat for a pee, (even more so, following the recent biological changes I’ve instilled) my anal muscles are quite naturally, automatically, activated in checking for, and dispensing any stool of what ever size and condition. But when I stay standing for to pee, those muscles are not activated in the same manner (beyond perhaps, in passing a little breeze).
Primitive as it sounds, since the dawn, Men have evolved with a tendency to stand and pee. It is an inbuilt, conditional aspect in behaviour, rising from the instinctive response to protect certain parts (especially in the long grass ) for the Survival of their genes.
Indeed, it is not unheard of, for groups of little boys (prior to puberty) to be holding contests to determine the dominate male (without coming to physical blows with the fists); with those who can pee the furthest distance from the ground up the trunk of a tree being seen as the top dogs.
So my claims based upon ‘pattern in behaviour’ are I admit, formed upon my observations of the Natural world.
Suffice to say in my opinion, during the course of each day, the male’s trigger & response muscles will quite naturally await until being actively activated, through conscious thought, by the physical motion in squatting, or sufficient bulk, when the pressure of mass kicks in, to indicate they really do need to sit or squat before it is too late.
Let us not also forget, that in the art of potty training, we effectively condition our body; Teaching out, or overriding these Natural reflex mechanisms to become, dare I say, ‘blindly in control’ of our lives, with the holding of urine and excrement for the conveniences of modern day life.
Blind to the fact that we may well be: Not only altering the behaviour (the very nature in DNA, fluidity and mobility?) and the efficient effectiveness of ‘good Bacteria’, but systematically disabling 'ourselves of the ‘necessary speed in responses’ to dealing with those changes, while at the same time coping with the continual onslaught from our Environment; ie., Over time, we are becoming chockablock with the build up of toxins and unable to cope to the point, when the Peripheral nervous system starts collapsing leaving the Central nervous system open to any ongoing attacks and the eventual cyclic development of PD.
Be amused all you like, but I think in regards to Parkinson’s Disease, we are constantly nurturing the ‘good bacteria’ throughout the whole body into being ‘alien bacteria’ which is very sadly having the last laugh.