Unisex Public Bathrooms

Unisex Public Bathrooms  - Unisex Public Bathrooms
@sk66rc (4261)
United States
October 2, 2008 5:36pm CST
This might sound a bit odd or down right "Weird" question but has anyone ever use an unisex public bathroom? I remember as growing up in South Korea, I remember using a public bathroom & it was unisex bathroom... Even when I was in school there, there was so "girl's room" & "boy's room", it was all unisex bathrooms in school... I'm not talking about those 1 person bathrooms that either man or woman can use 1 person at a time but I'm talking about full blown multi-person bathrooms that many people at once use... I don't know what brought that idea into my head but it just dawned on me that I've never seen it here in U.S... Any experiance with one?
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@Sheepie (3118)
• United States
2 Oct 08
Other than a plane bathroom, which was for one person, or a port-o-potty [yuck!] I have not used any of those. It does sound a little bit easier though. We're segregated here, technically!
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@SukiSmiles (1998)
• United States
3 Oct 08
Sorry, no experience with one. The closest I've gotten is the family restrooms that are really just one square bathroom in public. I think it would be strange to see since I am not used to them.
@sirnose (2440)
• United States
2 Oct 08
yes i have used one it was at a Rally Hamburger joint i had to ask them was it a unisex restroom because i only seen one and they told me yes it was...That was the only time i used one...
2 Oct 08
I've not seen these. But recently there have been a couple of occasions, where I have used public bathrooms (or public toilets as we say in the UK) and they have been a bit different. As you can see from my Avatar, I'm a bloke. In Holland over the summer went to use a public restroom at a railway station. I wanted a "sit-down job" or to do "a number two". So I went to the 'men's' and all there was, were urinals! Not a cubicle or stall to be seen. This was a bit strange! So I went to the attendant. She kinda explained that the cubicles are shared with the woman and so I was directed to wait in line with the females, though I noticed the males were only allowed to use a certain section of stalls! (Guess some men are quite messy and the ladies understandably don't like this!) Quite disconcerting, when one isn't used to this system. Then, going to a London nightclub, last month, found a similar situation, though there wasn't a queue this time! It seems that space is becoming at such a premium at times, this arrangement makes the most economic sense! LoL! What a discussion!!!