public restrooms

"There was no time to assess if anyone might see me from the windows of a nearby building. I dove behind a bush and did my business."
The condo in question was said to be 505 square feet in size, which makes the cost per square foot $1,772. For comparison's
Offering the city’s homeless some much needed relief.
Just this morning two of my Facebook friends put up posts suggesting the world is going to end because President Obama has
In passing this bill, you've made yourselves a laughing stock - for example, see this spoof article entitled, North Carolina
While cis people just naturally look at one of two of their options and walk into a bathroom without a second thought, for trans people, choosing a restroom is like deciding if you want to risk the chance of being harassed or physically assaulted.
For a very long time we've wanted to act like we're protecting women by gendering spaces, but all we're really doing is enabling the misogyny to continue everywhere outside of those spaces.
New York City can be overwhelming on so many levels and when you're visiting from out of town you only have about a million questions that need to be answered.
It became a daily thought, to claim my body as male and to feel the liberation of congruence. I wondered what it could be like to have a body that would go unnoticed among men in the locker room; I fantasized about one day going for a swim without concern for my emotional and physical safety.
I would like to enact the following policy immediately: All public locations with single use restrooms will hereby remove their male and female signs immediately, thus making both restrooms unisex.
Don't waste money policing public urinators—invest in public restrooms instead
The "gotta go" feeling can pop up anywhere and at anytime and if a public restroom is not available, business owners currently can refuse access to an employee-only restroom to people with these debilitating digestive diseases.
Today I encourage you to look in the mirror and tell yourself "I am pretty, I am worthy, and I love Me!" and then go tell someone else, and even more I ask that the next time you encounter a transgender individual offer them a kind word about their appearance.
I didn't die. Instead I thrived. I learned all I could; I saw the best doctors that community health, and occasional private insurance, could provide. And today, 27 years post infection with an AIDS diagnosis, I am undetectable with a healthy t-cell count.
While I sympathize with the belief that we have too many rules and regulations that micro-manage citizens and businesses with little benefit to the public good, I've never been able to get on board with libertarianism.
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