Which restroom do you use if you are a hermaphrodite????

  • venue35

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    Apr 19, 2016 10:03 PM GMT
    Like if you are one of those people with a penis AND a vagina???
    Do you use the mens room on weekdays and the ladies room
    on the weekend??????
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    Apr 19, 2016 10:10 PM GMT
    this question is hermaphobic!
  • venue35

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    Apr 19, 2016 10:20 PM GMT
    It's a very valid question
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    Apr 19, 2016 10:55 PM GMT
    lots of people actually imagine intersex people having a fully formed dick right next to a fully functional vagina. from what i've read, people who were born intersex who are young adults today were likely raised as male OR female from birth.
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    Apr 19, 2016 11:34 PM GMT
    Some people's obsession with where other people go pee is lost on me.
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    Apr 20, 2016 3:15 AM GMT
    Just some straight people (am sure older), I don't know, they fear everything. As long as the girl is ok peeing like this, I don't care if im peeing next to her. This would never happen though in a womens rest room because all toilets have dividers for privacy. The girl cup was made for the purpose of the women using a mens urinal. Are religious people this uptight and stupid, unisex bathroom have been around since the 70's icon_confused.gificon_rolleyes.gif


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    Unisex Toilet Etiquette At Nightclubs
    http://www.barsandnightclubs.com.au/news/2013/05/unisex-toilet-etiquette-at-nightclubs/

    The long running tradition, iconised by the floating head stick figure man and triangle bodied woman symbols, of oppressive toilet gender segregation is corroding. The concept of a unisex toilet is on the rise. Small bars and clubs with only one disabled toilet at all are forced by necessity to accommodate for both genders. But, large nightclubs are also buying into the trend. Clubs like The Ivy offer large designated spaces with private cubicles for anyone to use. Tank is similarly organised with a shared mirror and hand basin area surrounded by private cubicles and a covered urinal dome. The private cubicles marked as male or female within the same bathroom is also common. In these types of bathrooms, it is usually acceptable for patrons to enter a cubicle not signified by their assumed gender… or at least I often use just whatever is available.
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    Apr 20, 2016 3:25 AM GMT


    Ive seen it all, why does this bother religious people? icon_confused.gif


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    Apr 20, 2016 3:40 AM GMT
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    Apr 20, 2016 3:48 AM GMT
    ELNathB saidJust some straight people (am sure older), I don't know, they fear everything. As long as the girl is ok peeing like this, I don't care if im peeing next to her. This would never happen though in a womens rest room because all toilets have dividers for privacy. The girl cup was made for the purpose of the women using a mens urinal. Are religious people this uptight and stupid, unisex bathroom have been around since the 70's icon_confused.gificon_rolleyes.gif


    unisex-bathroom-sign-RRE-14845_White_on_


    woman-peeing-in-urinal1.jpg&w=300&h=&zc=
    cf9622319f09684321360e7f7c428e0e.jpg


    Unisex Toilet Etiquette At Nightclubs
    http://www.barsandnightclubs.com.au/news/2013/05/unisex-toilet-etiquette-at-nightclubs/

    The long running tradition, iconised by the floating head stick figure man and triangle bodied woman symbols, of oppressive toilet gender segregation is corroding. The concept of a unisex toilet is on the rise. Small bars and clubs with only one disabled toilet at all are forced by necessity to accommodate for both genders. But, large nightclubs are also buying into the trend. Clubs like The Ivy offer large designated spaces with private cubicles for anyone to use. Tank is similarly organised with a shared mirror and hand basin area surrounded by private cubicles and a covered urinal dome. The private cubicles marked as male or female within the same bathroom is also common. In these types of bathrooms, it is usually acceptable for patrons to enter a cubicle not signified by their assumed gender… or at least I often use just whatever is available.


    Just because you don't mind sharing a bathroom with the opposite sex means everyone else should feel the same? It's really not just Christians and republicans that take issue with the idea; that's just the argument the trans community puts out there so they can cry bigotry and appeal to young bleeding heart liberals.

  • Apr 20, 2016 4:03 AM GMT
    cant see why gays get all up in arms over nothing. i mean honestly. who cares? everyone needs 2 go 2 the restroom.
  • Apparition

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    Apr 20, 2016 4:08 AM GMT
    you would think that anyone would choose the mens room over the ladies...no line up.

  • Apr 20, 2016 4:10 AM GMT
    lol!
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    Apr 20, 2016 4:19 AM GMT
    Apparition saidyou would think that anyone would choose the mens room over the ladies...no line up.



    Exactly, unless the person has been very sheltered, this is evident at any large concert or sporting event at stadium bathrooms. I have done this myself as the "gentleman" thing to do if a lady asked to cut into the mens bathroom line because shes holding her crotch, I say sure, go through, its only polite.

    I think it would be really stupid and inappropriate to announce that my religion prevents me from you cutting in line because your gender is female, or at least ask to see her vagina to prove that she is female. I think I would rightly so get a punch in the face icon_lol.gif



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    Apr 20, 2016 4:37 AM GMT
    CODY4U said
    ELNathB saidJust some straight people (am sure older), I don't know, they fear everything. As long as the girl is ok peeing like this, I don't care if im peeing next to her. This would never happen though in a womens rest room because all toilets have dividers for privacy. The girl cup was made for the purpose of the women using a mens urinal. Are religious people this uptight and stupid, unisex bathroom have been around since the 70's icon_confused.gificon_rolleyes.gif


    unisex-bathroom-sign-RRE-14845_White_on_


    woman-peeing-in-urinal1.jpg&w=300&h=&zc=
    cf9622319f09684321360e7f7c428e0e.jpg


    Unisex Toilet Etiquette At Nightclubs
    http://www.barsandnightclubs.com.au/news/2013/05/unisex-toilet-etiquette-at-nightclubs/

    The long running tradition, iconised by the floating head stick figure man and triangle bodied woman symbols, of oppressive toilet gender segregation is corroding. The concept of a unisex toilet is on the rise. Small bars and clubs with only one disabled toilet at all are forced by necessity to accommodate for both genders. But, large nightclubs are also buying into the trend. Clubs like The Ivy offer large designated spaces with private cubicles for anyone to use. Tank is similarly organised with a shared mirror and hand basin area surrounded by private cubicles and a covered urinal dome. The private cubicles marked as male or female within the same bathroom is also common. In these types of bathrooms, it is usually acceptable for patrons to enter a cubicle not signified by their assumed gender… or at least I often use just whatever is available.


    Just because you don't mind sharing a bathroom with the opposite sex means everyone else should feel the same? It's really not just Christians and republicans that take issue with the idea; that's just the argument the trans community puts out there so they can cry bigotry and appeal to young bleeding heart liberals.




    I suggest you watch a few episodes to get the gist. So far, I haven't heard any public complaints or religious fury about or over this show, its rather quite popular icon_rolleyes.gif


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    Apr 20, 2016 4:42 AM GMT
    ELNathB said

    Ive seen it all, why does this bother religious people? icon_confused.gif


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    Awwwww come on! This is no time to break out family photos.
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    Apr 20, 2016 2:01 PM GMT
    ELNathB said
    CODY4U said
    ELNathB saidJust some straight people (am sure older), I don't know, they fear everything. As long as the girl is ok peeing like this, I don't care if im peeing next to her. This would never happen though in a womens rest room because all toilets have dividers for privacy. The girl cup was made for the purpose of the women using a mens urinal. Are religious people this uptight and stupid, unisex bathroom have been around since the 70's icon_confused.gificon_rolleyes.gif


    unisex-bathroom-sign-RRE-14845_White_on_


    woman-peeing-in-urinal1.jpg&w=300&h=&zc=
    cf9622319f09684321360e7f7c428e0e.jpg


    Unisex Toilet Etiquette At Nightclubs
    http://www.barsandnightclubs.com.au/news/2013/05/unisex-toilet-etiquette-at-nightclubs/

    The long running tradition, iconised by the floating head stick figure man and triangle bodied woman symbols, of oppressive toilet gender segregation is corroding. The concept of a unisex toilet is on the rise. Small bars and clubs with only one disabled toilet at all are forced by necessity to accommodate for both genders. But, large nightclubs are also buying into the trend. Clubs like The Ivy offer large designated spaces with private cubicles for anyone to use. Tank is similarly organised with a shared mirror and hand basin area surrounded by private cubicles and a covered urinal dome. The private cubicles marked as male or female within the same bathroom is also common. In these types of bathrooms, it is usually acceptable for patrons to enter a cubicle not signified by their assumed gender… or at least I often use just whatever is available.


    Just because you don't mind sharing a bathroom with the opposite sex means everyone else should feel the same? It's really not just Christians and republicans that take issue with the idea; that's just the argument the trans community puts out there so they can cry bigotry and appeal to young bleeding heart liberals.




    I suggest you watch a few episodes to get the gist. So far, I haven't heard any public complaints or religious fury about or over this show, its rather quite popular icon_rolleyes.gif




    Non sequitur. Naked & Afraid has always censored genitals (even in the "uncensored" specials). You also don't know if the Christian right is the show's fan base. I've already seen plenty of episodes, and I suggest you watch the "Beware the Bayou" ep just because the guy's ass was perfection.
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    Apr 20, 2016 2:19 PM GMT
    Apparition saidyou would think that anyone would choose the mens room over the ladies...no line up.

    That's apparently why women use the Mens Room in sports stadiums and airports. Especially older stadiums, which were planned when fewer women attended events, and they began being used for other venues like rock concerts with many women in the audience.

    I mentioned elsewhere that we just flew back from Boston on Sunday, and once again there were women walking behind me as I stood at the urinal. Will they be arrested now with the HB2 law?

    I also encountered unisex restrooms at gay & lesbian clubs. One in St. Paul, now closed, was a very large place and had 2 restrooms. One was women only, the other unisex, none for men only. But then it was a lesbian club.

    And the unpartitioned urinals were right across from the sinks. Men peed while the ladies washed their hands behind you a few feet away. Signs on the stall doors said men couldn't use them "Standing Up", presumably to keep the seats clean.

    I guess something like that would be illegal in States with laws like HB2?
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    Apr 20, 2016 2:24 PM GMT
    the bathroom is the new republican frontier
  • venue35

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    Apr 20, 2016 9:49 PM GMT
    ELNathB said

    Ive seen it all, why does this bother religious people? icon_confused.gif


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    Not very hygienicicon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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    Apr 21, 2016 8:58 AM GMT
    Generally a hermaphrodite will lean more towards the characteristics of one gender and adopt that gender in dress etc. it wouldn't be that noticeable, in most cases at least