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post #31 of 58
Restrooms in Japan are invariably tended by female cleaning staff. That's just part of what you accept living here. Nobody's required to like it.
post #32 of 58
I would do a few different things here. If there is a cleaning lady in the bathroom I would wait for her to finish (if I can wait) or go find another bathroom. If the lady isn't a cleaning lady, I would kindly mention that she is in the wrong bathroom
If I can't wait I would just find a secluded stall and do my business there. If all else fails I would just ignore her. It would be annoying but she does have a job to do after all.

JB
post #33 of 58
this is sort of off the topic (and maybe a bit crude) but i just got to say that long ago i went inside a public bathroom and went into a stall to do the number 2.
as i sat there, there were plenty of others who went into stalls and did their thing.
i was very amazed at how cthis is sort of off the topic (and maybe a bit crude) but i just got to say that long ago i went inside a public bathroom and went into a stall to do the number 2.
as i sat there, there were plenty of others who went into stalls and did their thing.
i was very amazed at how clean the floor was. however, when i exited the stall and started to wash my hand, a lady walked in and was surprised and backed out. i said "sorry, the other side" meaning there was the ladies room the other side of the hall.
when i finished and left i realized that I WAS in the ladies room.
ohmigod!
post #34 of 58
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
this is sort of off the topic (and maybe a bit crude) but i just got to say that long ago i went inside a public bathroom and went into a stall to do the number 2.

Well, the story ended for me here
post #35 of 58
I'd just be happy there was someone in there keeping guys from trashing the place up. There's nothing worse than a nasty bathroom, even if you're just there to wash your hands. I've walked into bathrooms with a female custodian in there cleaning them, I just say hello and then go about my business. It's no big deal. The one thing that does bother me is people who bring children into bathrooms, mostly since they haven't learned social etiquette yet and have a tendency to be loud and inappropriate. I once saw a 3 or 4 year old girl in the mens room with her dad and she tried to talk to some old man using a urinal. His whole face turned red and he pretended not to notice her.
post #36 of 58
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Well, the story ended for me here

lol! ...man, i told you.
post #37 of 58
I've always been a big fan of any loo with dedicated hj personnel.
post #38 of 58
i don't have a problem with this. it is very very common in parts of Europe to have female staff in the public toilets all the time, I have gotten used to this to the point that I don't think about it.
post #39 of 58
Last week, I walked into the women's restrooms at work while reading and came face to face with a man patching a hole, perched atop the porcelain. He said "I'm sorry." I turned my heels and noticed this sign on the door, after having exited: Restrooms closed, use first floor or basement facilities.
post #40 of 58
Like all women, she must be wondering what we men talk about in the restroom. Or for that matter if there's really wild gay sex going on inside cubicles like what every female fantasizes about.
post #41 of 58
Depends what country I suppose. I've heard stories about the women in men's bathrooms down in Mexico. I don't mind it so long as I'm standing and taking a piss. I find that I am a little bit more squeamish and vulnerable while dropping the almighty deuce.
post #42 of 58
A little off the subject, but amusing anyway...

I work for the library, and we got a memo about a transgendered person(a man who is becoming a woman) in the beginning stages of his transformation, entering a women's bathroom. I guess there was still a five o'clock shadow.

The jist of the memo is that it is not the staff's responsibility to determine a person's gender, and as long as someone is using the bathroom appropiately, anyone can go into any bathroom...
post #43 of 58
I think it would be. I mean I the cleaning person should accept it.
post #44 of 58
Quote:
I work for the library, and we got a memo about a transgendered person(a man who is becoming a woman) in the beginning stages of his transformation, entering a women's bathroom. I guess there was still a five o'clock shadow.

The jist of the memo is that it is not the staff's responsibility to determine a person's gender, and as long as someone is using the bathroom appropiately, anyone can go into any bathroom...

Nice to see another library worker! I work two days a week at my local library shelving books. Let's see how long it takes for us to get a memo about transgendered people using our bathrooms, library HQ seems to be very sensitive when it comes to customer service

JB
post #45 of 58
Thread Starter 
I'm glad this post is still here after so many years! Actually, in the past few years, I have become more familiar with cleaning ladies in the men's restroom. I live in Mexico, and have heard many guys share stories about their experiences south of the border.

The last time I witnessed such an experience was at a Sanborns chain store in Mexico City. I entered the men's to do my business and to my surprisde there was a man in a stall while the cleaning lady finished her job. It seemed so natural that I just took the other stall and got started with my pooping session.

She remained in the bathroom the whole time, and about 5 minutes later me and the other man met the cleaning lady at the sinks. She seemed so polite and acted so natural that I guess she doesn't mind hearing guys while going to do their business.
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