I saw some stupid comments from homophobes asking for "gay" bathrooms in the military and I though that transgender and androgynous people may also have problems in bathrooms.
Wouldn't it be better if all bathrooms where title just "bathroom" instead of "female bathroom" or "male bathroom" (Of course the bathrooms should have stalls to give people privacy, possible the toilets will clean themselves or have people cleaning the bathroom more often)
This way, discrimination would be avoided and the Taboo of separated bathrooms would stop.
What you people think is better? Separated or mixed?
I'm pretty sure you laughed because I'm fucking hilarious and there's no reason to come up with excuses for that.
Eh, it's not like they're going to do anything with those five extra seconds, a lot of their videos are easily short enough to allow for a quick intro. Anyways, I am personally in favor of them extending the time limit to five minutes so if I had my way we would win on both fronts.
Hmm, I guess that has something to do with it as well :P
heck, if they raise the limit to five minutes we have less chance of seeing John waxing his chin or Hank handing out free peeps! There's no justice! XD
Or if the idea of men being in the women's room or vice versa bothers people that much, there should always be a gender neutral bathroom.
Personally I'd only have one issue with same sex loos. Urinals. If however it was all stalls I'd have no qualms at all. In fact, aside from the slightly trivial things people have mentioned already in this thread I see absolutely no issues with doing away with female and males bathrooms.
Oh don't you know. Wahh, there's poop everywhere, this is disgusting. there's no way I'm putting my butt on that even with a paper seat cover, nag nag nag.
Although, it would put a lot of jobs on the market since they'd have to hire a janitor whose soul purpose for being there is to constantly clean the toilets after every male uses them to ensure that the toliets are clean enough for female usage.
I'd still refuse to use them though, they're always too close to the ground and that causes all sorts of problems. I like urinals goddamn it, I don't see why gender neutral bathrooms should mean I lose them.
If we evolve out of stereotypical gender roles - and I think we will eventually - then yes.