Gender diversity? Or that they are LBGTS supporters?"I also like the way they do their restrooms....no "men's" and "women's", just "vacant" and "occupied".
OK, why would that be?
Single-occupancy stalls....Starbucks really doesn't want you to throw away their bathroom after use.....They're single use stalls. It is better than having gendered bathrooms and not being able to use the unoccupied women's room.
That is over the line, I will not hit the like button.
You are over reacting. There is nothing more erotic than dropping your drawers and taking a dump into the rice paddie with mommasan. We had a pleasant chat about the weather as I recall. Of course, there was that small language problem. LOL!Nothing creepy about having a woman in the stall next to me listen to my alimentary canal music or splish splash...wait, yeah, yeah there is...
I've been in countries (first one was in St. Tropez, France) where men and women's rest rooms were shared and I gotta tell ya, it was cringe worthy.
I don't want to hear/smell a woman doing what should be a private effort and vice versa.
If however, one likes to indulge in weirdo fantasies, well, sho nuff, I get's it...pervo...
This particular oddity reminds me of a ditty and here we go:
Sam, Sam, the bathroom man
Sits all day and passes out towels
Listens to the murmur of other people's bowels
Hear them drop!
As I reach for a peach, slide a rind down behindI've been in countries (first one was in St. Tropez, France) where men and women's rest rooms were shared and I gotta tell ya, it was cringe worthy.