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Post Reply Would you feel comfortable sharing the bathroom with the oppoiste sex?
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Posted 6/18/13
I really don't mind, just don't make eye contact with me while I'm pissing.

Or stand next to me if there's empty space between us.
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Posted 6/18/13
If you look like a women I don't mind seeing you in the women's bathroom.....
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Posted 6/22/13
Men leave public bathrooms in disgusting conditions, so no.
Shared a bathroom with men in a dorm once...piss all over the floor. Never again.
Posted 6/22/13
People often do this at home.

Married couples can save on their water bill and have a go at each other.
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Posted 8/5/13 , edited 8/5/13

swirly_commode wrote:

innocent eyes dont get sex changes
the poor kid is being pushed into it by the parents
i use a hurtfull term because its the truth.
if an adult wants to go through an operation to change their sex, thats their choice. body modification is popular now adays, though most usually just stick to piercings and mild mutilation of the genitals, tongues, and some odd implants.
they are free to do as they wish, just as i am free to call them freaks. that is my choice.

a 6yo doesnt even understand sexuality yet and least of all understands the consequences of becoming transgender.
the only thing a 6yo knows about transgender is what the parents have pushed on it.
that should be considered child abuse and the parents should have the child removed and possibly be jailed.


Calm the fuck down. You're talking as if being transgendered is equivalent to finding out that you had cancer. If you read the article, her parents didn't just decide on a whim that she's absolutely sure about her gender identity. She was tested by a psychologist who confirmed that she was indeed transgendered so that continuing to force herself to dress like a boy would only make her unhappy with herself constantly. It also notes that her transition consists of dressing up in a way she feels comfortable. I doubt they would do surgery on a growing child. What they've done so far is quite admirable actually. Instead of telling her to just suck it up/continue hiding herself and feel uncomfortable with herself, they decided to support her and fight for her right to use facilities that are coherent with her identity. And then one day, when she grows up, it'll be her rational, mature decision to do surgery or not because not all transgendered people want surgery in the end. And I'm not going to comment on anything in your first paragraph because you're just letting all your internalized transphobia gush out of your ass onto a trans* thread hoping to hurt as many people that you'll never relate to as possible.
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Posted 8/17/13
I think as long as there are stalls and the bathroom is kept up nicely than there is no point in separation. Although I had to clean a men's restroom at work and it is disgusting, pee all over the place and smells to high heavens. I share a bathroom at home with my brother at home and he pees all over too. Get your asses together boys and stop peeing on the floor.
Posted 8/23/13
Why shouldn't I?
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Posted 8/23/13
No one wakes up one day and suddenly randomly decides they are another gender.

Transphobia is irrational. Stop looking at another person like they are just a set of genitals.
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I believe that people are taught to be embarrassed or have paranoid fear of the opposite genders nude body. In particular, men have "possible-rapist" permanently attached to their bodies.


justapersonwatchinganime wrote:

No one wakes up one day and suddenly randomly decides they are another gender.

Transphobia is irrational. Stop looking at another person like they are just a set of genitals.


This. There was a Trans-girl who was murdered in a fast food joint's restroom by another woman for no other reason than irrational fear, and many more T-girls have been killed by their boyfriends because of it.
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Posted 8/24/13


I can't say that I agree violence of any sort is an appropriate or healthy response, but I do understand why the latter one might be important. And for either sex, not just men.

With that being said, I have no issues with sharing a bathroom with any sex, as long as they were tidy.
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Posted 8/24/13

lraskie wrote:

I think as long as there are stalls and the bathroom is kept up nicely than there is no point in separation. Although I had to clean a men's restroom at work and it is disgusting, pee all over the place and smells to high heavens. I share a bathroom at home with my brother at home and he pees all over too. Get your asses together boys and stop peeing on the floor.
It's not as easy as you think. Women have no choice but to sit down to pee so it all goes in. There are lots of reasons urine can end up on the floor in men's restrooms. Imagine having to stand up, aiming with your penis into a narrow ceramic bowl. Splashing is hard to avoid, some of what ends up on the floor is water mixed with a little urine because even just flushing the thing causes it to splash. Some men have small penises, lots of hair or piercings and those get in the way. Don't knock the guys unless you know what it's like to be one.

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Posted 10/24/13
I want no rag bags in my toilet stall.
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Posted 10/24/13 , edited 10/24/13
As long as they keep things clean, I don't mind.
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Posted 10/24/13
no women are not considerate enough to leave the seat up
Posted 10/25/13
I have never been in a similar situation. I can only guess that I wouldn't have a problem with toilets, or locker rooms, but that it would become a problem with showers. I am still somewhat six years old in my mind in that I will always be curious about that which affects me, but at the same time I hate imposing on people. Let's say I was in a shower with the opposite sex, my most natural inclination is that I want to look, because I'm curious and maybe because I'm attracted too, but I can't look because that would be considered rude and perverted. And, I would feel awkward for another reason, which is that I would feel like I was being inspected, too. Not that they would, but they could, and that's the general idea. Either way, the problem is that I feel like I will be judged, negatively. And psychologically, to fear being judged negatively is the same as to fear being cut off from the assets of society which is survival (to live and to reproduce). Our society is still so immature in that we treat being human; being an animal; being a living organism with taboo. Instead, we're supposed to be what we should be as opposed to what we really are. Society wants us to be something that we cannot be. Humans, as a whole, are just too young, too stupid. And not to sound too pessimistic, but I think that humans will always be that way; we will always lack that perspective and insight.
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