Waiting in lines for toilets is sexist

I’m not even sure if feminists are serious or their entire lives are one big parody. Clearly, something with Leslie Nielsen springs to my mind when reading this load of nonsense…

Linky: http://time.com/3653871/womens-bathroom-lines-sexist-potty-parity/

It’s too long to quote in here, so click it over and entertain yourself. I’ll try to summarize it here though…

In an essence, men are yet again to be blamed for their share of every day sexism. Particularly for women who have to stand in lines to use a toilet. I was like, no way, I must be misreading this. Just to find out I wasn’t. They actually blame it on the men. Again. So, a museum has 6 toilets for men and 6 toilets for women. Architects usually do the symmetry magic, so chances are, that’s the case. You don’t mention how things stand, so I made these numbers up to portray the idiocy.

50 women were waiting in line for the lady toilet and the one for men was shockingly entirely empty (was it a dildo museum or something?). Now, how exactly is that anyone’s issue, especially men’s issue? No, the fact that women had to wait there in line was nothing short of sexist. Except, it just wasn’t.

I can’t grasp at how tough everyday life must be for feminists. It’s not just life filled with every day annoyances, no, their lives are not filled with obstacles either, judging by their constant whining and bitching, it must be a freaking battlefield for survival. And it’s not a battle against being disallowed to vote, disallowed to drive a car, disallowed to get a proper education, disallowed to leave a home without men’s permission, you know, those really serious violations of human rights that some women still don’t have in this time and age, no, the top modern western world women issues is freaking waiting in lines for a toilet and they are blaming it on us, sexist pigs, men. And I’ve just planted a palm of my hand through my forehead…

I know women tend to use toilet more often than men do, but for god sake, do we really have to install 6 toilets for men and 50 for women to satisfy these crazy feminists? Or is it that women somehow have this extrasensory bio proximity pee detection and when they sense another women who has to pee and in that moment, they also get the urge to pee as well? Can’t really find any other logical explanation for 50 women to clutter up together for a toilet at the exact same moment while being in a museum. Nightclub, maybe I’d understand it considering they are usually crowded and you probably drink a lot more than usual, but in a freaking museum? C’mon?!

I’m a man obviously, so I clearly don’t understand it, but would love to hear it from women, how these things work on their end. Because curiosity is just killing me right now… especially that extrasensory pee detection theory. Is it for real?

5 thoughts on “Waiting in lines for toilets is sexist

  1. LOL! Fems are a rather miserable bunch, aren’t they? A parody of themselves, indeed.

    Why women flock to the bathroom all at once like homing pigeons, is beyond me, but I’m pretty sure it can’t be blamed on men. Not unless they’ve been plying us with drinks or somethingđŸ˜‰

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    1. You’ve never encountered this sexist experience of waiting in line for a toilet as a woman? I’d really love to solve this mistery by hearing real world examples and experiences from actual women.

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      1. LOL, I have never felt oppressed by the existence of public toilets. Actually I’m rather grateful for their existence, grateful to not be encountering a turkish toilet or an old outhouse or something.

        As far as men go, no it’s not sexist at all. In fact, we can completely turn that around and imagine all the architects, plumbers, and electricians, mostly men, who built those toilets for us, who worked everyday, week after week, to make sure women would have a place to go potti, indoors, private, hopefully clean. That is the rather insidious lie behind feminism, it deprives us of that vision, of that awareness of the sacrificial nature of men and how much they labor to provide us with a variety of creature comforts.

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  2. Men not crushing their own balls while sitting on public transport = manspreading

    Women preventing other women from peeing by taking a ridiculously long time faffing about with belts and skirts and chatting with your friend next door and hair straightening and texting = male oppression

    The ‘HeforShe’ solution would to instal a communal trough to squat over. No privacy, no special treatment, no fuss…….. like what men are expected to do.

    But somehow I don’t think they are after practical solutions like that.

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    1. I somehow suspected that description in second paragraph of curiosetta comment is what is really stalling the women toilet queues…

      Sure urinals are quicker to some extent, but men tend to just get into the toilet, do their peeing stuff and leave. We prefer not to interact with other “residents” of toilets, we don’t generally fiddle with anything, it’s a straight and efficient task. Things change when we have to poo though, but that never seemed to be an issue for men either as far as waiting lines are concerned.


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