Monday, May 23, 2016

                                      A Final Solution?

Amidst all the controversy surrounding the North Carolina law requiring people to use the restrooms correlating with the gender they were born as I offer a make-shift solution of my own:
                                                                  Unisex Bathrooms

Whatever happened to unisex bathrooms?  You know, those closet-size single-toilet type restrooms with a lock on the door that were labeled not either MEN or WOMEN but UNISEX, along with a cartoon depiction of both a man and a woman figure.   I remember them being quite common in the 80s and 90s.

All one had to do was use whichever bathroom was available.
No fears of officiously sanctimonious employees or managers trying to accuse you of some kind of attempted metaphorical "excretory rape" simply for sneaking into the women's restroom out of desperation.


  1. Everyone seems to forget that bathrooms in our own homes are always unisex. No one seems to have a problem with that do they?

    1. Yes, within the family everyone uses the same toilet, the same sink, the same shower.
      It would too expensive to get a complex about it. The cost of remodeling would be astronomical. And, in the long run, for what?