in 2019, to pee is a verb, but is still a gender (and class) issue

With an elbow length of tertiary degrees, one could assume that the type of discrimination highlighted in today’s post would be obvious to me. But somehow, I only grasped the inconvenience and missed this critical fact: access to toilets lives in the intersection of  public health and sanitation–and privilege.

“If struggling to find suitable toilet facilities in public is a near-universal human experience, that challenge becomes more acute the more marginalized you are.”

The politics of finding a bathroom

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