A lot of the stuff on this site is embellished or exaggerated accounts of events in my real life; I actually went to a gay bar last weekend and actually did go to the bathroom and actually did see a guy adjusting his boner in the mirror. The events and persons depicted are equally as valid. I was sitting in a small metal seat, which I was sharing with a friend. On stage was a female entertainer who used to be just a male regular person. She was dressed in a form-fitting sequin gown. They called her Asia.
Same should apply to hooking up. Might as well make sure I get my jollies worth. Bottoms up, Harlon. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
Posted by a hidden member. Log in to view his profile. A bit of an auspicious first thread on this forum, but here's my question: Is there some way this is done?
The term unisex public toilets , also called gender-inclusive , gender-neutral and mixed-sex or all-gender toilets, bathrooms or restrooms , refers to public toilets that are not separated by gender or sex. Unisex public toilets can benefit a range of people with or without special needs, for example people with disabilities , the elderly, and anyone who needs the help of someone of another gender or sex. They are also valuable for parents wishing to accompany one or more of their young children needing a toilet facility. Unisex public toilets take different forms. They may be single occupancy facilities where only one single room or enclosure is provided, or multi-user facilities which are open to all and where users may either share sinks in an open area or each have their own sink in their private cubicle, stall or room.