Re: Designing for Women
From: KJ (
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2013 23:24:49 -0700 (PDT)
Ah ha!  I always wondered why there's always paper towels on the floors there. 
I'm like oh c'mon you can make the trash can!  

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On Sep 26, 2013, at 8:19 PM, Katie Henry <katie-henry [at]> wrote:

> Now that wet seats from hovering are so common, I don't worry about bacteria. 
> Seems you'd have to have an open sore on the part of your butt in contact 
> with the seat or some other highly improbable set of circumstances to 
> actually get sick. However, it's still really gross and disgusting and nasty 
> to stand up and feel that cold wetness on your butt. Maybe public places 
> should have separate bathrooms or dedicated toilets for women who hover. I'm 
> guessing they're the same ones who use a paper towel to open the bathroom 
> door and then throw the paper towel on the floor.
> Katie Henry
> ----------------------
> People say urine is sterile, but if you have a UTI or other problems, that 
> how's up in your urine.  Usually, it is E. coli that causes UTIs, or at least 
> FUTIs.   So I assume it would contain bacteria..?   Kj 
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