I can’t imagine buying one of these, and I don’t think it’s just because I only have daughters. But there are enough different models of toddler urinals that there must be substantial demand.
But why? Peeing standing up is not something boys need training in; they’ll be doing it all on their own the moment they’re able to stand on two legs. Is the idea to make them feel like big boys? Or do parents feel a need to reinforce their little man’s masculinity? I’m telling you folks, your problem won’t be teaching your boy to pee standing up; it will be to keep him from peeing standing up in inappropriate places.
Or perhaps they’re marketed to parishioners of this pastor, for whom men peeing while sitting constitutes a grave sin. God might even smite you dead right while you’re sitting on the crapper.