Restroom Solution

No Stalls

With all of the hullabalu created by the liberal democrats in Charlotte regarding potty policy, I humbly suggest an easy and economical solution.

One room, no stalls and no sexual discriminating facilities.

Simple.

This doesn’t discriminate on sex, biological or identify, and allows for maximum usage based on events that might skew based on gender – home craft show vs. fishing expo.

In real life,  I ran track in high school and when we traveled to Fairmont, MN the field house for the men was configured in this manner.  One large room with 4 toilets in the center – no walls creating stalls at all.  Two sinks in the corner.

Similarly, in the 7th and 8th grades I was introduced to ‘public showering’ in PE and then in after school sports.  12-13-14 year old boys showered in this:

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One giant room with 8-10 shower heads where we all showered together.  My freshman year at the University of Minnesota – same thing.

In high school, the showers transitioned to this:

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Post showers with 4-5 heads per pedestal.  Two pedestals per shower room.

If you think that North Carolina’s HB2 is discriminatory or offensive or distasteful, then step forward and support complete and total gender agnostic bathroom and shower facilities in our Jr. and Sr. High Schools.

Anyone?

6 responses to “Restroom Solution

  1. Nah, I think the legal, economic and market pressures on North Carolina are going to eventually lead to a solution that ultimately will work just fine.

    • I think the legal, economic and market pressures on North Carolina are going to eventually lead to a solution that ultimately will work just fine.

      I think the current solution is just fine – each business chooses.

      Nah

      But serious. Why not one common potty/shower room with no walls.

      It doesn’t matter?

  2. Well, you’d have to reconstruct most bathrooms which would have a prohibitive cost. But really – transgendered people have been using the bathrooms they identify with for a long time, not their birth gender bathrooms. And it’s never caused problems. There is nothing to fear.

    • transgendered people have been using the bathrooms they identify with for a long time, not their birth gender bathrooms. And it’s never caused problems.

      I agree!

      Which makes you question the motives of the Houston and Charlotte city council.

      There is nothing to fear.

      So – if using the restroom with no walls or stalls makes you uncomfortable. Or, perhaps the idea of kids showering with their grandmother makes you uncomfortable, perhaps you can imagine why the father of a Jr. High girl might not want his daughter showering with a biological boy after basketball practice.

      There is no fear, Scott. The left is using “bigotry”, and “hatred” as clubs to gin up political support in 2016.

  3. I agree that those cities were doing something purely symbolic and unnecessary. No problems are caused by this. The fantasies of problems don’t exist in the real world. You are on the wrong side of history on this issue, even 48% of Republicans disagree with the NC law. Bigotry is bigotry, and here it is wrong, and if you look at the youth you see vast agreement in treating transgendered folk with respect. Someday these laws will look like Jim Crow laws in hindsight. History moves forward!

    • I agree that those cities were doing something purely symbolic and unnecessary. No problems are caused by this.

      Good, I’m glad we can agree that all of this, from Houston to Charlotte to Obama’s overreach is entirely a democratic invention!

      You are on the wrong side of history on this issue

      What are you talking about? Not one single person I’ve asked thinks that 13 year old biological girls should shower with 13 year old biological boys.

      you see vast agreement in treating transgendered folk with respect.

      You are making straw men out of whole cloth. Who thinks or have said we should treat trans folks without respect?

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