Bathrooms to be inclusive

Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Snman » Dec 5th, 2017, 9:58 pm

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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby voice of reason » Dec 5th, 2017, 10:01 pm

hahahahahahahahahahhahahahaaaaaaaa omg i hate this world

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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Ken7 » Dec 5th, 2017, 10:03 pm

I like the comment, when on a air plane which washroom do you use? Really does it matter if it has men's or woman's on the door?

IF a woman wishes to use it, open the door. IF there is a male waiting inside, don't enter. Not certain what the issue is on this one. Sorry...

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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby dogspoiler » Dec 5th, 2017, 10:25 pm

Maybe the doors should be rainbow painted so all of the strange ones will be happy.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Verum » Dec 5th, 2017, 10:27 pm

They should be considered inclusive of all, except prudes, who are still welcome, but who will whine incessantly about what the world is coming to, and how things were better in the good old days when they were free to openly discriminate, rape was never reported for feared damage to reputation, being gay was illegal, and beating your wife was what happened when she burnt dinner.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Hmmm » Dec 5th, 2017, 11:09 pm

Everyone has a right to define their own gender? The article states. I guess, but I just looked down many years ago and it seems mine was already decided on.

But I could care less if there’s a man/woman image on the door or a dog for that matter. I feel sorry for woman though who have to use the same pee soaked floor as the men. Or pool of pee soaked floor. Not really sure how to describe the disgust that’s found in all men’s rooms.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Always Sunny » Dec 5th, 2017, 11:20 pm

Every time the gendered washroom debate comes up, I watch this.


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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby WalterWhite » Dec 6th, 2017, 12:14 am

Hmmm wrote:Everyone has a right to define their own gender? The article states. I guess, but I just looked down many years ago and it seems mine was already decided on.

But I could care less if there’s a man/woman image on the door or a dog for that matter. I feel sorry for woman though who have to use the same pee soaked floor as the men. Or pool of pee soaked floor. Not really sure how to describe the disgust that’s found in all men’s rooms.


Lol - and most men are quite content, and happy for women to have their own garden of urinary refuge free of randomly deposited pools on the floors - as men clearly aren't concerned about the errant streams unleashed by an anatomically correct water wiggle. I also concur in my defining moment of gender recognition requiring nothing more than a glance towards ones shoelaces.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Queen K » Dec 6th, 2017, 3:25 am

Clearly neither WWhite or Hmmm feel feminine inside and have a mismatched body.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Rider59 » Dec 6th, 2017, 5:51 am

Hmmm wrote:Everyone has a right to define their own gender? I don't see this 'Right' spelled out in the Charter. Could anyone point it out for me? The article states. I guess, but I just looked down many years ago and it seems mine was already decided on.

But I could care less if there’s a man/woman image on the door or a dog for that matter. I feel sorry for woman though who have to use the same pee soaked floor as the men. Or pool of pee soaked floor. Not really sure how to describe the disgust that’s found in all men’s rooms.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Hmmm » Dec 6th, 2017, 6:20 am

Rider59 wrote:
Hmmm wrote:Everyone has a right to define their own gender? I don't see this 'Right' spelled out in the Charter. Could anyone point it out for me? The article states. I guess, but I just looked down many years ago and it seems mine was already decided on.

But I could care less if there’s a man/woman image on the door or a dog for that matter. I feel sorry for woman though who have to use the same pee soaked floor as the men. Or pool of pee soaked floor. Not really sure how to describe the disgust that’s found in all men’s rooms.

I'm just quoting the article. Not sure your point.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby Rider59 » Dec 6th, 2017, 6:37 am

Hmmm wrote:I'm just quoting the article. Not sure your point.


My point is that people keep talking about their phantom rights that don't actually exist.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby doorways » Dec 6th, 2017, 6:38 am

When using public restrooms, I care only about if the previous people sharing the facilities stood to pee, or sat down to pee. Humans that stand to pee (typically) deposit their urine on the floor, on the top of the seat and on the outside of the bowl. For me, gender doesn't even factor into it. Do you stand to pee? Or do you sit to pee? That is what I care about. Maybe new door icons could display stick figures standing vs stick figures sitting. Would work for me.

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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby normaM » Dec 6th, 2017, 7:03 am

I'm so anal about using public restrooms ( zing) I want signage that says it is for ME only.
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Re: Bathrooms to be inclusive

Postby MAPearce » Dec 6th, 2017, 7:25 am

Hmmm wrote:Everyone has a right to define their own gender? The article states. I guess, but I just looked down many years ago and it seems mine was already decided on.

But I could care less if there’s a man/woman image on the door or a dog for that matter. I feel sorry for woman though who have to use the same pee soaked floor as the men. Or pool of pee soaked floor. Not really sure how to describe the disgust that’s found in all men’s rooms.


I really hate to pop your happy bubble but you've obviously never been a janitor have you ?

Women's washrooms are far more disgusting.
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