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Coed communal showers

A communal shower is an area where multiple individuals can shower at one time. Typically is it a large room with several drains and shower he. Communal showers are commonly used in dormitories, fitness facilities, and locker rooms.


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My foray into public nudity didn't begin well. Perched on a cliff overlooking the Pacific, they're the world's most gorgeously situated baths. But there, after flying cross-country to see them, I stood clutching my towel in the unisex changing room, staring miserably at my feet. Suddenly, the 3, miles I'd traveled felt like nothing compared with the 20 feet I was about to walk — stark naked — to the baths. Finally, peer pressure overcame prudery, and I ed the masses in the "clothing optional" tubs. I slid in gingerly, mumbling polite hellos, and leaned back with my eyes closed.

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It is important, however, to remember that urinary rules apply here as well. Still, as with all rules, this one is flexible. Peeing with friends Many residents will admit that they were a bit uneasy at the beginning. This rule is pretty self-explanatory, but there is an understanding among residents that it can be broken, as long as no one knows about it.

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Regardless, should a man choose to use a stall, there are rules that follow. In residence, the co-ed showers thus become a social bonding space where floormates can sing together and have fun in the water—think of it as a day at the beach.

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Many residents will admit that they were a bit uneasy at the beginning. Bathroom banter So what is the advantage of the co-ed washroom?

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A resident of Molson Hall, who asked to remain anonymous, remembers his initial discomfort, but says he has now fully adjusted. Just last week, I was in the bathroom when a girl using one of the stalls asked me if I could turn the tap on because she was having trouble peeing while I was in the room. Cut, tuck, lift: Tracking the rise of cosmetic surgery October 5, Subbed or dubbed?

In general, the rule system is founded on trust, common sense and, primarily, respect. However, showering with the opposite sex demands respect and understanding from floormates.

Urinal understanding Life within the tiled walls of the unisex washrooms does have its problems, which require setting up some ground rules. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. She refused to go back to the bathroom while there was someone of the opposite sex in there with her.

After having spent three hours helping me unpack my belongings into my new room in Molson Hall, my mother entered and immediately left the washroom, upon spotting the young man at the urinal. October 5, Follow us Let's connect on social media!

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I have found the showers to be the most fun place for conversation: I enjoy making shower dates with my floormates, so that there is someone in the next stall keeping me company. The student, who was initially petrified by the idea of having to share a bathroom with 18 strangers, is now more comfortable.

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It truly enriches the bathing experience. The Best Samosas in Montreal September 26, Where do I begin? This is what comes with sharing a bathroom with 18 other people of both sexes.

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It takes time getting used to but you start to get the hang of it… you stop thinking about it. In fact, it is perfectly acceptable to outright ignore someone who is on the john as this will make it less awkward for both of you. It should be noted that your shower date should have good vocal abilities and harmonize well with you, especially for shower duets.

The most obvious manifestations of a co-ed washroom are the urinals, and there are rules to the man-toilet. But there are limitations. A resident of one of the upper residences, who chose to remain anonymous, describes the shower behaviour of her floormates. According to the bathing rule, shower dates and conversations are perfectly acceptable. In fact, most floormates would never see each other were it not for the washroom.

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Yet, even in the confines of a stall, awkwardness may still arise for both men and women. This is the common trend among residents; now, it is just part of our normalcy. Some, however, disagree and feel that a man has given up his right to privacy by choosing to use the urinal as opposed to a stall. Jordana Kapeluto agrees, adding that the guy sets the tone.

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I expect that when I enter the washroom for whatever occasion, there will be a girl standing there—I almost look forward to it. Shower shenanigans Across from the toilet area are two stalls and a bathtub shower with a door that locks. For co-ed Rez kids, it is perfectly normal for a girl to enter the washroom while a guy is casually taking a whiz at the urinal or for a guy to enter the washroom while a girl is changing her tampon in one of the stalls. So the co-ed washroom, instead of proving to be problematic, as many initially thought it would have, proves to be instrumental to the blooming of co-ed floor friendships.

Many residents find this to be the first rule of urinary etiquette: No talking to a guy at the urinal. Still, besides such pranks, residents have found the showers to be a comfortable and considerate environment. The female remarks most often heard throughout the building are: Put down the lid and if you pee on the seat, clean it up.