Male toilets vs female toilets?

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Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby Iwillfindyou1 » Wed Apr 22, 2020 9:03 am

You know, you hear people saying that female public restrooms are usually way dirtier than male ones. Most horror-stories from janitors are about things they saw in female toilets. The general conclusion is that "women are grosser".

But are they really? I don't think it's fair to just say that "women are gross" because of the public restrooms. First of all, they get used more often. Second, women enter them to do other stuff than just pissing and pooping (makeup for instance). Third, nobody knows what male toilets would look like if men also had periods, maybe the level of dirtiness in male toilets would equal ours.

Another thing is that I have been in hundreds of female toilets, and never EVER have I seen an used pad or tampon on the floor. So maybe the people who did are just hanging around in worse places?

So, am I allowed to say "dude stop, that's offensive" when they say "women are gross because their public toilets are dirtier"? Or, I AM allowed to answer what I want, but can you call it offensive?

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby JustMeA007 » Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:49 pm

Why do we have to have separate facilities? People might be more respectful if it was just one facility with private stalls and a common sink area.
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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby DavyJ » Mon Jul 06, 2020 4:22 am

Why do we have to have separate facilities? People might be more respectful if it was just one facility with private stalls and a common sink area.
Agreed. Separate facilities make no sense in the 21'st century. The only advantage I see is that separate facilities are good for us guys when in a crowded place, as there is always a long line at the women's, but rarely at the men's, whereas the lines would equalize if all facilities were gender-neutral.

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby franfran » Wed Jul 15, 2020 2:42 pm

Why do we have to have separate facilities? People might be more respectful if it was just one facility with private stalls and a common sink area.
Agreed. Separate facilities make no sense in the 21'st century. The only advantage I see is that separate facilities are good for us guys when in a crowded place, as there is always a long line at the women's, but rarely at the men's, whereas the lines would equalize if all facilities were gender-neutral.
You would probably find that you would have to wait longer for the cubicles. The only reason that there is rarely a queue at the men's toilets is that you lot can pee standing up.
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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby DavyJ » Thu Jul 16, 2020 4:27 am

Why do we have to have separate facilities? People might be more respectful if it was just one facility with private stalls and a common sink area.
Agreed. Separate facilities make no sense in the 21'st century. The only advantage I see is that separate facilities are good for us guys when in a crowded place, as there is always a long line at the women's, but rarely at the men's, whereas the lines would equalize if all facilities were gender-neutral.
You would probably find that you would have to wait longer for the cubicles. The only reason that there is rarely a queue at the men's toilets is that you lot can pee standing up.
Of course we would have to wait longer; that's why I said "separate facilities are good for us guys". But not good for the women. But its a pain always having to wait for my wife when we are out together, whereas with a common facility we would both finish about the same time. If the women's line is too long I will often suggest she just come in the men's with me, but its got to be pretty long for her to do that.

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby suzzie76 » Sun Jul 26, 2020 2:43 am

In Oz, toilets are now moving to multiple single uni-sex cubicle that open to well light up areas. No corners for others to hide behind.

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby table » Wed Mar 17, 2021 8:40 pm

Public facilities here in the United States are going unisex

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby DavyJ » Fri Mar 26, 2021 10:28 pm

Public facilities here in the United States are going unisex
Where exactly is this true? I haven't noticed any here. Or are you referring to facilities are designed to be used by only one person at a time? I don't think that's what JustMe had in mind. Often in other countries you will find this setup, a common sink area that everyone shares with separate stalls, but it is pretty rare in the US.

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby franfran » Mon Apr 05, 2021 10:39 am

We do have unisex toilets here, but they are inevitably designed to be used by only one person at a time. There was one toilet I used in a cafe once that was slightly different, where the handwashing area was one room and the toilet was another room coming off it. I had just finished doing what I had to do and opened the toilet door and there, standing on the other side, was a man waiting to get in. It caught me a bit by surprise but I said hello to him before he went in and then went to wash my hands.....
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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby PriscillaMS » Mon Apr 05, 2021 7:42 pm

I live with a man and am used to checking the seat position. But I still prefer separated public facilities.

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Re: Male toilets vs female toilets?

Postby franfran » Tue Apr 06, 2021 12:33 pm

I live with a man and am used to checking the seat position.

i have successfully trained my man to leave both the seat and the lid down.
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