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1 hour ago, mdrake34 said:

When I was a kid, I saw an uncircumcised ***** for the first time in the bathroom at the dirt race track in Phenix City, Alabama.  There aren't separate urinals, just one of those troughs.  The guy saw me look at it and made some joke about it.  I'm pretty sure I didn't wash my hands, I just got the **** out of there. 

It scarred me. 

I've been there once. It was far worse than anyone would even think by the description. I even used said trough, two guys were play peeing on one another, drift their PIRATED VIDEO IS ILLEGAL toward the other and pull it back right before impact. Only the banjo music was missing. I got the **** out of there as well.

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36 minutes ago, Billy Ocean said:

I remember an old thread Boyfalcon made about seeing a grown man pissing at a urinal with his pants around his ankles. He said he did a 360 and walked the **** out of there. Then somebody pointed out he must've meant 180, unless he hit urinal guy with one of these on the way out:

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Boyfalcon is a message board god, he can pull off that move.

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I've been rewatching the American Pie movies on HBO this week, and like my boy Finch, I never pooped at school. As a matter of fact, I still haven't ever pooped in a public toilet. I've pooped in homes, apartments, hotel rooms, hospital rooms, private office restrooms, etc. but I've never pooped in like a retail environment or a park or anything.

Y'know how sometimes when you're in a group setting and you're supposed to go around the room, introducing yourself and sharing something interesting about yourself? I always hated doing that, so one time in college I shared my poop history with the group.

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I normally take things shared on facebook with about a half salt shaker full of salt, but I saw this and thought it raised some good points:

Oh No! Did I offend you?

Dear creepy heterosexual men guarding our bathrooms, My entire life, I've been told to fear you in one way or another. I've been told to cover my body as to not distract you in school, to cover my body to help avoid unwanted advances or comments, to cover my body as to not tempt you to sexually assault me, to reject your unwanted advances politely as to not anger you. I've been taught to never walk alone at night, to hold my keys in my fist while walking in parking lots, to check the backseat of my car, to not drink too much because you might take advantage of me. I've been told what I should and shouldn't do with my body as to not jeopardize my relationships with you.

I've been warned not to emasculate you, to let "boys be boys", to protect your fragile ego and to not tread on your even more fragile masculinity. I've been taught to keep my emotions in check, to let you be the unit of measure for how much emotion is appropriate and to adjust my emotions accordingly. I’ve been taught that you’re allowed to categorize women into mother/sisters/girlfriends/wives/daughters but any woman outside of your protected categories is fair game.

So to those of you who think you're being helpful by "protecting" me and my fellow women, you're like a shark sitting in the Lifeguard chair. I wasn't uncomfortable until you showed up at the pool and the only potential predator I see is you.

Your mothers, sisters, girlfriends, wives and daughters don't need you to walk them to the bathroom for safety. Your fathers, brothers, friends and sons need to walk themselves away from their own double standards. Women are sexually harassed and sexually assaulted on school campuses, on the street, at their jobs, on the Internet, in their own homes, in ANY public place. And it has been excused or ignored for so long because of what you and I are taught from the first years of our interactions with each other: You, as a male, are not accountable for your own actions. It's MY responsibility, as a female, to not "provoke" you. But then you get to Knight-In-Shining-Armor your way through life for those in your protected categories and I am expected to applaud you. Why the outrage now over bathrooms? Why aren't you outraged every single day?

If you're telling me that there are high volumes of boys and men out there, in schools or in general, who are just waiting for a "loop hole" to sexually assault girls and women, we have bigger problems on our hands than bathrooms. The first problem would be your apparent lack of knowledge of how often it happens OUTSIDE of bathrooms, with no "loop holes" needed. This isn't about Transgender bathroom access. This is about you not trusting the boys and men in your communities and/or fearing that they're all secretly predators. Why do you have this fear? How many fathers have panicked when their daughters started dating because they "know how teenaged boys can be because they used to be one"? How many times have girls been warned "boys are only after one thing"? A mother can bring her young son into the women's restroom and that's fine but a father bringing his young daughter into the men's restroom is disturbing because men are assumed to be predators and "little girls" shouldn't be exposed to that.


So instead of picking up your sword and heading to Target or the girls' locker room to defend our "rights", why don't you start somewhere that could actually make a difference? Challenge your children's schools to end sexist dress codes and dress codes that sexualize girls as young as age 5. Advocate for proper (or any) sex education classes in all public schools by a certain grade level. Focus more on teaching your sons not to rape vs teaching your daughters how to avoid being raped. Stop asking "How would you feel if that was your mother or sister?" It shouldn't take the comparison to clue you in to what's right or wrong. Question why you're more worried about your daughter being around men than your son being around women in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Stop walking by Victoria's Secret with no problem but covering your son's eyes if a woman is breastfeeding in public. Stop treating your daughter's body as some fortress you're sworn to protect as if that's all she's got to offer the world.

Author: Kasey Rose-Hodge

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I remember checking out of school a couple times to take a dump, but I don't recall any really close calls when I've been out in public. 

It helps that I was blessed with the guts of a buzzard and hardly ever get diarrhea.

Like when a friend says to me "ugh this Wendy's gave me an upset stomach",  I can't relate to that.

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3 minutes ago, Billy Ocean said:

I remember checking out of school a couple times to take a dump, but I don't recall any really close calls when I've been out in public. 

It helps that I was blessed with the guts of a buzzard and hardly ever get diarrhea.

Like when a friend says to me "ugh this Wendy's gave me an upset stomach",  I can't relate to that.

 

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When I go to wash my hands in a public restroom I wash up and leave the water running to get a paper towel that I'll be using to turn the faucet off with when I'm done, then I wash my hands some more, turn the faucet off with my paper towel, then use another paper towel that I've previously set aside to dry my hands, so as to avoid touching the paper towel dispenser with clean hands. Then I use the paper towel I've dried my hands with to open the bathroom door to leave, or else I kick the door open. I also won't use handblowers at all; bacteria multiplies in that heat and then the machine just blows said bacteria out.

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2 minutes ago, Billy Ocean said:

When I go to wash my hands in a public restroom I leave the water running to get a paper towel that I'll be using to turn the facet off with, wash my hands some more, turn the facet off with my paper towel, then use another paper towel that I've previously set aside to dry my hands, so as not to have to touch the paper towel dispenser with clean hands. Then I use the paper towel I've dried my hands with to open the bathroom door to leave, or else I kick the door open. I also won't use handblowers at all; bacteria multiplies in that heat and then the machine just blows said bacteria out.

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6 minutes ago, mdrake34 said:

I normally take things shared on facebook with about a half salt shaker full of salt, but I saw this and thought it raised some good points:

Oh No! Did I offend you?

Dear creepy heterosexual men guarding our bathrooms, My entire life, I've been told to fear you in one way or another. I've been told to cover my body as to not distract you in school, to cover my body to help avoid unwanted advances or comments, to cover my body as to not tempt you to sexually assault me, to reject your unwanted advances politely as to not anger you. I've been taught to never walk alone at night, to hold my keys in my fist while walking in parking lots, to check the backseat of my car, to not drink too much because you might take advantage of me. I've been told what I should and shouldn't do with my body as to not jeopardize my relationships with you.

I've been warned not to emasculate you, to let "boys be boys", to protect your fragile ego and to not tread on your even more fragile masculinity. I've been taught to keep my emotions in check, to let you be the unit of measure for how much emotion is appropriate and to adjust my emotions accordingly. I’ve been taught that you’re allowed to categorize women into mother/sisters/girlfriends/wives/daughters but any woman outside of your protected categories is fair game.

So to those of you who think you're being helpful by "protecting" me and my fellow women, you're like a shark sitting in the Lifeguard chair. I wasn't uncomfortable until you showed up at the pool and the only potential predator I see is you.

Your mothers, sisters, girlfriends, wives and daughters don't need you to walk them to the bathroom for safety. Your fathers, brothers, friends and sons need to walk themselves away from their own double standards. Women are sexually harassed and sexually assaulted on school campuses, on the street, at their jobs, on the Internet, in their own homes, in ANY public place. And it has been excused or ignored for so long because of what you and I are taught from the first years of our interactions with each other: You, as a male, are not accountable for your own actions. It's MY responsibility, as a female, to not "provoke" you. But then you get to Knight-In-Shining-Armor your way through life for those in your protected categories and I am expected to applaud you. Why the outrage now over bathrooms? Why aren't you outraged every single day?

If you're telling me that there are high volumes of boys and men out there, in schools or in general, who are just waiting for a "loop hole" to sexually assault girls and women, we have bigger problems on our hands than bathrooms. The first problem would be your apparent lack of knowledge of how often it happens OUTSIDE of bathrooms, with no "loop holes" needed. This isn't about Transgender bathroom access. This is about you not trusting the boys and men in your communities and/or fearing that they're all secretly predators. Why do you have this fear? How many fathers have panicked when their daughters started dating because they "know how teenaged boys can be because they used to be one"? How many times have girls been warned "boys are only after one thing"? A mother can bring her young son into the women's restroom and that's fine but a father bringing his young daughter into the men's restroom is disturbing because men are assumed to be predators and "little girls" shouldn't be exposed to that.


So instead of picking up your sword and heading to Target or the girls' locker room to defend our "rights", why don't you start somewhere that could actually make a difference? Challenge your children's schools to end sexist dress codes and dress codes that sexualize girls as young as age 5. Advocate for proper (or any) sex education classes in all public schools by a certain grade level. Focus more on teaching your sons not to rape vs teaching your daughters how to avoid being raped. Stop asking "How would you feel if that was your mother or sister?" It shouldn't take the comparison to clue you in to what's right or wrong. Question why you're more worried about your daughter being around men than your son being around women in bathrooms and dressing rooms. Stop walking by Victoria's Secret with no problem but covering your son's eyes if a woman is breastfeeding in public. Stop treating your daughter's body as some fortress you're sworn to protect as if that's all she's got to offer the world.

Author: Kasey Rose-Hodge

A lot of the folks that think their daughter's body is a fortress to be protected as their lone asset in the world also think mandating basic sex education for kids at a certain age or grade level pollutes their minds and makes them want to experiment. Girls learn first because they have to be taught how dirty and dangerous sex is before they know what it is. Boys aren't taught that they're likely victims if they fail to manage women's emotions the way women are taught to do for men, so they don't/can't understand the negative repercussions of sexual harassment and abuse until they learn empathy, which many guys never do. A lot of guys have a daughter and learn to "protect her honor" as an extension of his own, and perpetuate the predator/victim roles by teaching her that all men are rapists and fighting society's efforts to teach her anything about sex he doesn't approve of.

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4 minutes ago, Free Radical said:

Seems like you would get your towel ready at the dispenser, wash your hands, grab your towel, then ditch.

But then again maybe you're trying to be courteous by not touching the dispenser with your ****** hands. 

If anything he has pissdick hands, as he doesn't **** in public. 

I hate ****ting in public, but when you gotta go, you gotta go. 

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