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Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby forum » Aug 8th, 2017, 3:49 pm

If I was a woman, I certainly wouldn't want to share a public bathroom with men.

Do you know how much piss would be on the seat?
You really want to have to put the toilet seat down every time you go in there?
Men flick their boogers everywhere.

Funny how people forget the little details.

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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby Hassel99 » Aug 8th, 2017, 4:45 pm

forum wrote:If I was a woman, I certainly wouldn't want to share a public bathroom with men.

Do you know how much piss would be on the seat?
You really want to have to put the toilet seat down every time you go in there?
Men flick their boogers everywhere.

Funny how people forget the little details.



Sounds like a personal problem.
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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby Homeownertoo » Aug 8th, 2017, 6:21 pm

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forum wrote:Yeah okay, next time I accidentally walk into a woman's change room, I'll declare I'm a grown man with self control. They'll put their guard down, I'm sure.


The problem is that only creepers hang out in a "women only" change room. Make it a unisex room and women won't care if a man walks in. They're all over Europe.

As a frequent visitor to Europe, l called BS on that.
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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby whatwhat » Aug 9th, 2017, 7:23 am

forum wrote:If I was a woman, I certainly wouldn't want to share a public bathroom with men.

Do you know how much piss would be on the seat?
You really want to have to put the toilet seat down every time you go in there?
Men flick their boogers everywhere.

Funny how people forget the little details.


Yah, women aren't that clean either..
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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby JLives » Aug 9th, 2017, 7:24 am

forum wrote:If I was a woman, I certainly wouldn't want to share a public bathroom with men.

Do you know how much piss would be on the seat?
You really want to have to put the toilet seat down every time you go in there?
Men flick their boogers everywhere.

Funny how people forget the little details.

So you have separate bathrooms for men and women at home I take it?
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Re: Ladies, would like to share the shower with men?

Postby foodsmith » Aug 9th, 2017, 2:48 pm

Glacier wrote:
richardclank wrote:Are you suggesting trans people become trans due to abuse?

In many cases, probably. Becoming trans is how some people deal with the trauma.


Once again, your ignorance is showing...

Perhaps rather than thinking of it as a man suddenly deciding to play dress-up by putting on women's clothing and donning wigs or make-up, you should try looking at it as someone discovering the courage and bravery within themselves to accept and declare they've lived their life dressing up as a man.
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