11 Things You Know If You're In A Co-Ed Bathroom
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11 Things You Know If You're In A Co-Ed Bathroom

All genders allowed in the same bathroom?! So crazy.

11 Things You Know If You're In A Co-Ed Bathroom
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Though there has been recent controversy over bathrooms, who gets to use what bathrooms and how to determine who is considered 'male' and 'female' some places, don't even worry about it. At Goucher, if you live on an all male or female floor that does not have the rest of the floors above or below as co-ed, the floor can decide to make their bathroom co-ed or keep it single sex.

If there are co-ed bathrooms on all of the floors above the single-sex floor, then the bathroom has to stay single sex. Everyone takes a vote on the single-sex floor and if there is even one person who is uncomfortable in a co-ed bathroom, it will remain single sex. For co-ed floors, there are co-ed bathrooms. What does this mean exactly? It means in a normal bathroom, people of any identifying gender can use the bathroom. Here is a list of struggles when you have a co-ed bathroom.

1. Everyone hears you are in a co-ed bathroom and they're like.

2. They immediately start asking you a thousand and one questions about how weird it is to use the bathroom with someone of a different gender and you just sit there like.

"Do you shower next to a boy? So you could be in the bathroom and anyone could be next to you?"

3. There is always hair everywhere. Sometimes it's girl hair where there are long strands everywhere and sometimes it boy hair where they shaved in the sink and didn't clean up after themselves.

4. When boys are nasty and leave the seat up or pee on the seat.

5. But at the same time, girls are really gross too - there have been used tampons left on the ground before.

6. Everyone thinks there's a lot of sexual tension between people in the bathroom but we're really just like.

7. And others worry about people having sex in the showers but the showers are so small its nearly impossible.

8. When some people are more comfortable showing their body in the bathroom than others.

9. Some people think the bathroom would be constantly exciting but it's actually like.

10. And you find out its true first hand that the majority of boys do not wash their hands.

11. But the great thing is no one discriminates and everyone gets along.

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