Considering it’s nitrogen content and safety (unless you are ill or on medications, even for “chronic” conditions like blood pressure, hormones etc) in my mind it is a complete waste of nutrients if one does not, use it somehow. At a minimum collect, dilute and use anywhere on the property where it just goes back in the soil to be recycled however the soil and life need. Of course as a guy this is a bit easier as a deposit can be made about anywhere out of direct eyesight. I’ve often added to a compost pile, and loved an idea from a guy down in Australia. He built a little privacy enclosure, put a full bale of straw in there, in the middle of the garden simply as a carbon source on which he would urinate, and then i assume either bury or add to a compost pile.
As I learned from Will Bonsall’s book, any nutrient that leaves the property, in any form; be that water or windborne soil, plant material sold (market garden) or animal excrement hauled off or piped off (sewer), it’s all a form of erosion, and those nutrients have to be replaced from offsite. Better to just keep it onsite and recirculating as often as possible, exactly as a dollar in the local economy is worth so much more when it recirculates rather than going off to the bank account of some multinational company.