Eternal Debates: Unisex Crappers

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THE ISSUE:

Unisex public bathrooms. Anything wrong with that?









128 Comments on "Eternal Debates: Unisex Crappers"

Tydirium's picture
k 500+ points

Well, it's weird. We'll put up with it on an airplane and a bus and a train when we know it's just infeasable to have separate facilities. But I think we'd flip out if there was just one big bathroom at Denny's. I guess it has to do with real estate, just like the thing said -- if there is enough room for separate facilities, we certainly expect separate facilities. We can forgive a little hole-in-the-wall bar for having a single crapper. But a stadium or a theater? Need those separate facilities.

I'm trying to picture a large theater sized bathroom facility with multiple stalls that can be used by both sexes. I'm having difficulty -- it's just weird to poop in earshot of women. If the cubicles were soundproofed, and the only interaction came at the sinks, that would be a lot easier to stomach, I think.

C Everett Poop's picture
j 1000+ points

I lived in Korea for 2 years (it felt like 100) and they have unisex bathrooms everywhere. There is a line of urinals along one wall and a line of stalls along the other. It seems to work OK but in a third world kind of way. Even in the mens rooms there, you always have some old hag with a mop and a bucket watching you piss. I don't think it will ever flush in the USA because of all the howls of protest from supposedly enlightened and liberated women.
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MegaDump's picture
m 1+ points - Newb

If the cubicles were soundproofed, they'd be pretty much airlocked too! I don't really agree that that would be easier to stomach - I shudder at the thought! Unisex bathrooms could just encourage bizarro men to stick around to perv on girls... and just so we're all clear, that's BAD. I also think you'd find less women would want to use a public toilet if there were men in there. In my opinion, women tend to be more embarassed about crapping in the company of the opposite sex. The current bathroom setup gives people a safe haven away from the opposite sex. How many women would leave a date to "freshen up" if there was a possibility he could say "I'll join you!"? Women have a whole other world in there, what with their girl-girl conspiracy, girly make-up procedures and freaky-deaky hygiene products... despite previous tales to the contrary (e.g. "The Fairer Sex"), I still like to believe it's a paradise of cleanliness and innocence. Unisex bathrooms would shatter that illusion.

Logjam's picture
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Nothing wrong if it is a single room with a lockable door. But there are many good reasons to segregate genders when you're talking multi-porcelain facilities. Can you imagine, for example, what would happen if boxers went to the same corner between rounds?

Logjam

daphne's picture
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Enlightened and liberated women still have to deal, at least in this country where we have our fair share of bigoted rednecks, with men who would peek under the stall partitions. And don't forget that 95% of the world's serial killers live in the US. A large percentage of them prey on women. We have almost 10 times the rapes that countries like Germany have, and those are just the reported ones.
As one of those enlightened women, I still would be a bit leery at sitting in a unisex restroom with my pants down around my ankles if I didn't know who was on the other side of the stall door. I'd probably use one if I had to, but I may have my Fox 5.3 Pepper Spray out and pointed at the space between the wall and the floor.
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Bilgepump's picture
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Um....I don't get stage fright, that is, unless I am on an actual stage (kind of put a crimp in my "rock star" career, puking before every set), but I'm not sure I could perform with women listening in, or worse yet (no doors scenario) gazing at me as I grunt, push, and otherwise pop several veins gleefully pushing spackle out my butt. oh yeah, POOPIN' IS COOL!!!

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Fart Poopie's picture
j 1000+ points

I also believe that multi-stall unisex bathrooms are dangerous as it gives rapists an easy way to commit their crime without being identified. The way things are now, people usually notice when a guy enters a women's restroom.

Coach Crap's picture

In New York a law was passed recently mandating more ladies rooms in newly contructed and renovated buildings.I believe if you have 2 mens rooms you must have 4 ladies rooms.The theory is that ladies take longer and they want to shorten the lines.We have unisex rest rooms but men and women are not in there at the same time.There was a bar in NYC called McSorelys that was forced to allow women after many years of being males only.They had a unisex bathroom but the stall doors went almost from ceiling to floor so no perverts could peak.The ladies walked by the urinals but they had total privacy in the stalls as did men.If a lady dropped trou and peed in a urinal I did not see it.

AssBlaster2000's picture
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I don't think most people today would be able to cope with a unisex restroom. It's also not really necessary in the USA either.

However, from a personal standpoint, I do think it would serve a lot to de-mystify the sexes to each other. Men have all these silly myths about us. It would be hilarious as a social experiment to monitor people's reactions to a unisex bathroom, and have a sort of confession booth afterwards about what people thought of it, like a reality show or something. It may even serve to lessen perverted issues with men, because damn, after you've smelled enough female (or male!) crap you aren't really thinking about sex. I could see some perv sneaking into a unisex restroom hoping to score some sweet poontang, only to slink out again after smelling what can emanate from a woman's ass.

As for my personal view, I don't think a unisex restroom would bother me. I've been known to do my business in a public restroom (usually at work) with a male janitor in there. The janitor didn't care because he didn't have to interrupt his job, and I didn't care because I didn't have to hold it in anymore or look for another damn bathroom. Personally, I think it would be sweet to be able to crap in the midst of men instead of women; I would love to experience the cross-stall convo or poop camaraderie that guys have related on this site, or be able to tease my fellow poopers about their loud farts without getting a strange look, and that is very hard to come by in the female world. But that's just me. I'm much more comfortable around guys, and find it very difficult to be friends with other women. Those who have been my friends have almost always been Shameless Shitters and/or farters, and not prissy girly-girl types.

In The Bushes's picture
l 100+ points

It wouldn't bother me, but like Daphne said, there are some scary people out there. I don't have issues with sharing the bathroom with anyone, but it's the people themselves who could be an issue. I think the main problem is just that it is too private - that is, bathrooms tend to be deserted or forgotten when one isn't using them - so disaster could strike.

As for the one-seater, as far as I'm concerned they are all unisex. I use whatever's available if I know it's one of those.

doodooapoopoo's picture

Its a bad idea. Would you want your little girl walking into a mens restroom by herself..... this is what it would be like if she had to use a public restroom which was for both sexs and there dident happen to be any femail users arround.

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Turd77's picture

ARE YOU NUTS?? THE TOILET SEAT ISSUE COMES INTO PLAY HERE!!! WE WOULD NEVER AGAIN HAVE IT DOWN THE WAY WE NEED IT AND THAT WOULD SUCK, IT SUCKS ENOUGH AT HOME BUT OUT TOO?? NO THANK YOU

Fart Poopie's picture
j 1000+ points

That's true, Turd77, but I figure these unisex bathrooms would have urinals in them.
Anyway, cleanliness and that general state of the bathroom would be the least of my concerns because, like I said before, I'd be too afraid there would be a sexual predator in the next stall.

daphne's picture
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I wonder if you would get any of those chicks who can pee in urinals. Talk about freaking the guys out!
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Fernando's picture

I have mixed opinions about this issue. Unisex bathrooms would affect both men and women. Most men are less self conscious than women about bodily functions, and would not have much trouble to shit with the opposite sex. Peeing in urinals would not be an issue for men, since most are used to pee in the open, like in the bushes, in restrooms with female attendants, or even in open air street urinals, but it could also be the most sensitive part of the issue since it would lead to potentially dangerous situations were women would feel offended or threatened if they think a man is flashing his privates. Women in general would have more trouble than men adapting to a unisex scheme. Women tend to see the bathroom as a safe haven from men and a place were they can gossip with other women about girl only subjects. Also women in general are much more self conscious than men about bodily functions. Farting and shitting in the presence of men would be unbearable to many women. It´s not the case with men. Finally although bodily functions are not quite sexual, it is difficult for a guy not to be aroused while peeing in a urinal holding his penis and seeing a cute chick enter a stall and drop her panties. Or do you think a guy would be comfortable to take a dump in the presence of his date? or a man in the presence of his mother or vieceversa? I think the bathroom levels people and in general when we talk about single gender bathrooms there is not much problem. Even a guy can take a dump in the presence of his boss. But could a woman take a dump in the presence of her subordinates for example? I don´t think so. My conclusion is that unisex bathrooms would tend to reinforce the fact that going to the bathroom is not sexual in any way but they would also lead inevitably to some embarrasing situations for some people, particularly women.

The Shit Volcano's picture
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I see nothing wrong with unisex bathrooms. When I was a kid I was baffled by the fact that public restrooms that separated men from women. In pre-school we all just went in the same bathroom. With stalls to block views of our naughty bits from prudes there should be no problem.

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Poopaloopas's picture
m 1+ points - Newb

Remember when people debated a similar issue, but with color playing the same role as sex? People shuddered at the thought of using the can after a "dirty" black man's ass had touched it. The fact that woman feel the same way about men show that feminist fight for equal rights, unless it discomforts them to do so.
In my school, for example, the females have a wall-to-wall mirror, hand sanitizer, a big couch for when you're waiting for a stall, and sometimes even free hair products. The guys have a line of urinals with no dividers and a couple doorless stalls. That seems very unfair to me.
As for the peeping tom issue, or the higher rate percentage, I really don't think unisex bathrooms would make it easier for either of those villains. If a man wants to rape a woman in the bathroom, he could just wait in the female bathroom until an unsuspecting lady comes in. If there are other people around to say "Hey that sleezy guy in a sky mask entered that bathroom!", then the rape wouldn't happen anyways - too many witnesses.
Honestly, for all the fighting that is being done for equality between sexes, it bewilders me that nobody is asking for equality in restrooms. And don't even try that "Seperate but equal" thing. Americans have been there, done that, and we left the 1960's the better for it.

Fat Matt's Poop's picture

Well, both the mens and the womens bathrooms are already splattered with shit, and they both are already messy anyways. I wouldn't see why unisex bathrooms would be a problem.

Poopaloopas's picture
m 1+ points - Newb

Two typing errors in my above post:
Line 13, "rate" should read as "rape".
Line 19, "sky" should be "ski".
Might make my rant more legible.

drewr13NJ's picture

I agree with Fernado. I don't think the unisex bathroom thing would work. There are sexual preadators out there that would cause problems and "Doing Your Buisness" infornt of there opisite sex such as your date would be akward for most people including me. There might be some benifits to having unisex restrooms though, but, I think that there are more negitives than positives. Someone would ruin it for every one.

yup's picture

unisex bathrooms are realy no big deal men and women are alike in some ways so it could be a little different, we even wipe the same .

Bilgepump's picture
Comment Quality Moderatorh 3000+ points

Are you saying I wipe like a girl, "yup"?

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No i'm trienig to say to your as were diffent were realy somewhat the same

(Attempted English translation by Moderator: "No. I'm trying to say to you that even though we're in ways different, we're also somewhat the same.")

Fart Poopie's picture
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Haha! I love you moderators. You help me understand!

wonderpance's picture
Comment Quality Moderatork 500+ points

i think fernando makes a good point. however, he seems to be forgetting that men are just as bad as women when it comes to the whole "girls don't poop" thing. i believe that just as many men would have a problem with being in the same room as a woman when she's doing her business, because it would shatter their illusions of women never pooping.

i think i've said this before, but i'll go ahead and say it again. maybe if so many men didn't want to delude themselves into believing women don't poop, more women would be comfortable talking about it, and wouldn't pretend that the only reason they go to the bathroom is to look in the mirror and girl talk.

you think about that.

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The Shit Volcano's picture
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Man society sucks! They put so much weight on going to the bathroom. It's too bad we can't all just use the bathroom and not think about it. Damn humans!

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wonderpance's picture
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yea! i fuckin' hate humans! death to all humans!

i love poop.

drewr13NJ's picture

Well, there really isn't any difference between male and female except the sex organs. Since excretion (urinating) kinda involves a sex organ or two(they have dual purposes). That might be the reason why there are toilets for each sex. Remeber sex ed if you had it.
Take that into consideration. Think about it.

Oua's picture

Amagen the under the stall pass the paper situation, and is realy time to get over gendar differences.

Fernando's picture

I think unisex crappers could work just in certain places. For example in bars where people are drunk anyway and they don´t care. I have noticed that some trendy clubs in Europe have a comoon sinks area and all stalls are private so that both a man or a woman can use it without a problem. Only the urinals are in full view but they are placed in such a way that they don´t interfere with the stalls. This is cool since men really don´t have trouble when pissing and women in clubs are more tolerant. I don´t think such a crapper would work in a more conservative setting.

The Big Wiper's picture
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I'd have to disagree with one comment you made, Fernando. Although I don't usually have 'bashful kidney,' I think there is a percentage of men who do and cannot use urinals. They use stalls instead.

In a unisex setting I think bashful kidney might occur more frequently. It's not true that 'men really don't have trouble when pissing...' If women are in the crapper walking around, I believe a percentage of men would definitely feel uncomfortable.

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L Wrong Hubbard's picture
l 100+ points

If you use unisex toilets in Japan, you may get the rare opportunity to see a Sound Princess "poop noise eliminator." Funny, but I wouldn't dare use one (on purpose).
AS for unisex toilets, I have no qualms, but If I were a woman, I probably wouldnt go in there. ha ha

Happy trails,
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The Shit Volcano's picture
Comment Quality Moderatorh 3000+ points

I wouldn't want to use one of those things. Where's the fun? Where's the excitement? I love making noise for everyone in the bathroom!

I found Jesus! He was behind the sofa the whole time!

The Big Wiper's picture
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Re: my earlier comment in this thread about men, bashful kidney and unisex bathrooms. It also occurs to me that even with the best and most careful intentions on the part of the men, women in a unisex facility are bound to catch a glimpse now and then of a guy hanging his out at the urinals or tucking it in or zipping it up.

Is this really necessary? And I'm sure men don't want to be anywhere around tampon-changing activities in public facilities. Cultural expectations of privacy are the main reason to continue to provide separate facilities for the genders in multiple-user restrooms.

It's not just a matter of Shamelessness or Shamefulness, either. It's a matter of practicality. Because male and female anatomies are different. We do go to the bathroom differently, and the public facilities we use must take that into consideration.

Thus, the new regulations in certain public arenas that there be a higher percentage of womens' rooms versus mens'. That's all about the ease of urination (or lack of it) for starters and the fact that women will never want to use those female stand-up urinating devices in large numbers so they can 'hang out' at urinals with men.

Never going to happen.

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L Wrong Hubbard's picture
l 100+ points

Shit Volcano's comments is making me laugh. Poopreport should get its best and brighest together for a poop-noise chorus!
First song on the list, handel's messaiah!

Happy trails,
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 Coward's picture

it's down wright discimmonation of the sexes

Slim Jim Junkie's picture

I support unisex, because at many events, men outnumber women, so there is a huge line at the mens, and an underutilized space at the women's.

Other times the opposite happens.

The Shit Volcano's picture
Comment Quality Moderatorh 3000+ points

A lot of times the opposite happens. Especially when there are a ton of middle-aged women at an event. They seem to take for-fucking-ever in the bathroom for some reason. Maybe both sexes screaming at them at once would help.

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Pissed Off Guy's picture

Hell, this will never work folks...

I'm a guy & even I get tired of the idiots who use the toilet instead of a urinal to piss.
Either they put the seat up, but then piss all over the bowl; or they leave the seat down & scattershot over it instead. Hell, I've even seen where more than once some jerk-off pissed on the tank top. One moron sprayed the wall & soaked the paper while it was still on the roll...

I can just imagine the screams from the ladies about finding a similar mess. Ugh.

Rock concert dude's picture

Around here it seems like the women are always using the Men's Room at music events.
Usually because the line into the Ladies is 3-4x as long as the one into the guy's???
Most guys just use the pissers so no problem with the girls using the shitters. Adds some spice to things.
Heck, I've even seen women giving blowjobs as they sit & piss... lol...

The Shit Volcano's picture
Comment Quality Moderatorh 3000+ points

Pissed Off Guy, I'm glad I don't use the men's room. I hate those occasional unisex one stallers where some guy or old person has used it and pissed all over the seat, toilet back, and floor and just left it for me to find.

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GottaGoGirl's picture
i 2000+ points

I don't care if it's a unisex one-staller, as long as it's clean. Plumbing is plumbing. If there's a urinal for the guys, I can ignore that. I mean, you use the same throne at HOME. It's like those "family" bathrooms at the mall. There's a big potty, a little potty, a changing table, and a sink. I don't care if a man and his baby were just in there, as long as me and my baby get to lock the door behind us.

However, I would NOT cotton to a unisex MULTIPLE stall bathroom. That's just wrong.


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Bunghole In the Jungle's picture
l 100+ points

Unisex bathrooms with urinals are okay, as long as there are a few private stalls. I've used the men's room a few times when the women's was impossible to get near.

The aesthetic amenities are different, but the plumbing basically remains the same...


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Fernando's picture

As I have mentioned before, going to the bathroom is just a biological function. It´s the opposite of eating and drinking. It´s a digestive (or urinary) function. However society (mainly western) has made it a taboo subject, so shitting is seen as dirty (shit stinks) and vile (shameful). This is of course completely wrong. Although I think we should keep certain modesty regarding our bodily functions particularly in certain environments to respect social conventions, we should liberate ourselves when in an appropiate environment like a public bathroom and be shameless shitters. I´m a man and basically I can tell a guy´s point of view. Public bathrooms are social equalizers. It doesn´t matter if you´re a blue collar or a white collar guy or hispanic or white. There´s a bond between men shitting in acknowledging each others situation. For a few minutes all men are equal. In the case of unisex bathrooms, men and women would be put at the same level regarding bodily functions. Although not sexual, shitting (or pissing) in front of the opposite sex would be unbearable to most women since there´s a girls don´t shit ideal fostered by both genders, and men can´t just accept the fact that a cute chick can fart and shit. Men are less self conscious than woman regarding their own bodily fucntions and shitting would not be a problem for most guys. Urinating is a more controversial issue because if there are urinals some guys might suffer pareusis. However a lot of men use open air urinals like in the U.K. and Amsterdam wihout a problem and I think pee shyness wouldn´t be greater than in a men only setting. A unisex bathroom would work best in an environment of open minded people, like in upscale bars, trendy restaurants, and certain innovative companies. The younger generation tends to be more open minded (in general but there are exceptions), but any place where people accept bodily functions as a natural process, would be a potential location. People who don´t have a prejudice about going to the bathroom and who don´t see the act of relieving yourself as vile. Both men and women are affected but in different ways by a unisex scheme. For men it basically means being more civilized when going to the bathroom. Men should continue to use urinals (guys should not piss in the toilet seat!) so that they leave the stall clean for the women (and men),and washing their hands as a courtesy to the ladies. Men would also have to finally come to terms with the fact that girls shit. In the short term some men could be uncomfortable (or turned on)but in the long run men would get used to it and would not make an issue. On the contrary men would be very respectful of the women and even the other men pooping (and farting). In short, men would continue to see the bathroom as a place to solely do your business (get in, get done, get out) but would be more civilized, cleaner, and more corteous to the other men and women. They would also be less homophobic for obvious reasons, since not only persons of the opposite sex would use a unisex restroom but also persons with a different sexual orientation and transgendered individuals. The unisex scheme reinforces the fact that going to the bathroom is not sexual at all. For women a unisex scheme would mean spending less time in the bathroom and the end of the bathroom as a girl´s only sanctuary where they can chit chat without the men hearing. However that doesn´t mean the end of girl´s combing their hair or checking their make up in the mirror. It just means that girl´s would not see the bathroom as a girl´s only club. A benefit for the women would be the end to long lines since a unisex bathroom makes more efficient use of space and most men would only use the urinals. Women would have to come to terms with urinals. Although some unisex schemes propose only stalls, I think it´s better to keep the urinals for practical purposes. Men are anatomically different than women and a urinal is the most comfortable and efficient way a man can urinate and besides it´s more hygienic for the stall users. Besides urinals could be in a separate area so that genitals are not exposed to women. However the most difficult part for women would be getting used to pooping (and pissing) in the presence of men. However a stall would give more than enough privacy, and for a man it´s more tricky to tell if a woman is defecating or urinating so a woman can just enter a stall and make no issue of it. In the short term many women could be ashamed but in the long term no one would make an issue since it´s obvious for a man that a woman always goes to a stall. For a women seeing a man in a stall immediately tells her that he is defecating however women are not stimulated visually as men and it is the urinals what would be most shocking to them since the penis is exposed. However women would quickly get used to it and besides urinals would mean more benefits to them. In short, men would learn the best of women when going to the bathroom basically being cleaner and women would learn the best of men, namely being faster in the bathroom. Both genders would benefit and there would be a net gain for men and women.

GottaGoGirl's picture
i 2000+ points

I... I... I can't even wade through all of that. But the words "penis is exposed" pretty much decides it all for me. Personally, there's only one penis I want exposed to me, and it's NOT random strangers' taking a piss. Sorry. I'm JUST not THAT openminded!

Cute Chick's picture

I've got used to unisex toilets in my office. I surely don't feel anything when I use them. We have stalls alright, but we also have urinals for women. The women's urinal would be similar to a men's but would not have the commode. We usually squat in a urinal without the commode and relieve ourselves.
I personally don't feel anything wrong about unisex toilets. In fact, I use women's urinals all the time which is just beside the men's urinals. Always a man can see my buttocks in the open and I feel aroused at the thought. I have seen many penises of men and they don't seem to mind. Anyway, I've come in terms with unisex toilets.

Double Flush's picture
k 500+ points

Not such a great idea in my opinion. I wouln't want women coming in to see me doing my thing. I'm even scared to use the urinals in the mens room. I only allow one person to see my penis, and I know she wouldn't have bad thoughts about it. Maybe I'm shy for nothing, but oh well.

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Fernando's picture

Unisex toilets would brake the taboo of going to the bathroom between the sexes. This would make very clear that going to the bathroom is not sexual at all, and people should not be aroused by the other sex while doing their biological functions. Nevertheless for many people going to the bathroom is embarrassing and the reason to segregate the sexes has to do more with modesty for the bathroom taboo than by the sexual aspect.

healthy 1's picture
j 1000+ points

I am mixed. I feel that unisex bathrooms are ok, if there is just one toilet in the bathroom (IE gas stations, small office buildings, etc). The big problem with that is, some men tend to leave the seat up, piss with the seat down, or worse still, piss like their trying to extinguish a fire (piss everywhere). I am againt muli toilet, unisex bathrooms. These bathrooms open up a Pandora's box. They can attract rapists, tempt some men to spy on the women while they are doing their thing (and to some extent, vice versa), with camera phones it open's up a haven for opposite sexes to record the activities in the next stall, preverts would have a breeding ground to expose themselves, and little girls (and to a much lesser extent, little boys) could be put at risk of molestation,. In a nutshell, I fell it would tear down privacy, and create many hazards. Most women, and some men, are not comfortable with the idea either. In a perfect world, it would be ok, but in reallity, there are just too many whack jobs in the world to allow both sexes in the same bathroom at the same time.
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