Bradypus said: A very unusual situation these days. On my first Camino a woman walked into the one communal shower room as I was washing, greeted me politely and then started using one of the other showers. There were no posted rules or times for separating the sexes. Had the situation been reversed I would have waited for the woman to leave before showering but that would have been my personal decision and preference.
According to Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed, freshman Jennifer Weiler's suit says all the buildings in her college should have separate bathrooms for men and women. When she first complained about the coed facilities, Green Mountain designated a women's bathroom in her dorm — but men kept using it. The bathrooms had shower curtains and stall doors, but according to Weiler, men often disregarded these partitions. Says her dad, "The men just disrobe in the middle of the room.
That is exactly what the Catholic church taught the people during the dark ages that has carried on to this day in some sectors of society, then they tortured and killed any that knew otherwise while at the same time the priests were having sex with the children. Nudity is not sex. Sex is sex Mr Silver.
National Park Service offering virtual tours of closed parks "I didn't do it to prove a point or do anything like that," she said. Powers High School officials in southwestern Oregon didn't think the bare-all coed shower stunt was funny, nor very becoming behavior of a co-valedictorian representative of the school. As punishment, school officials suspended Shorb for 10 days and took away her privilege of addressing her graduating class of 16 at the commencement ceremony. She also was banned from after-school activities, the senior prom and the senior trip to Mexico.