The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge

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    Re: The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge 2018/12/05 16:16:51 (permalink)
    I wish they would bring back resting areas for BOTH genders. Speaking as a person with disabilities and health issues, there are lots of days when I may not feel well and could use a nice place to sit, NOT on a toilet seat, or lie down for a few minutes in relative privacy. It might not be necessary to leave and go home if I could rest for a few minutes comfortably.
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    Re: The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge 2018/12/06 09:01:20 (permalink)
    I can see 2 sides here: using commercial space for non-revenue reasons can be seen as inefficient, but at the same time a business with such space(s) might increase revenue by attracting customers who would find them useful.  Perhaps Davydd has some thoughts.
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    Re: The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge 2018/12/06 11:14:54 (permalink)
    Women require a proper place to plan, plot, and scheme.
     
    Mem, however, have only practical needs and this suits them properly:

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    Re: The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge 2018/12/06 12:13:06 (permalink)
    I still remember the time, when I was in my teens, accidently going into the men's room. I had never seen a urinal before and I thought "Gee, whiz, what funny looking sinks.... too short to be showers". Then I realized what had happened. Thank God no one was in there and no one saw me enter or leave.
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    Re: The Glamorous, Sexist History of the Women’s Restroom Lounge 2018/12/06 21:31:45 (permalink)
    Reminds me of ...
    http://urnials.net
     
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