Okay, so I'm sojourning through the sphere the other night, checking out some news and blog headlines before I retire for the evening. This headline Rights of Women, Children Ignored catches my eye that includes a teaser asking the question: How many women out there feel threatened by having a black woman in the restroom?
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to know that there are some men who will take advantage of this situation and it will result in harm to women and children.
Since women and children, the former who get more urinary tract infections than
men and who also have to deal with periods, may understandably (to all but some
of our foolish legislators) feel the need to shun restrooms where they may encounter men, and since such shunning will result in more medical problems for women and children, thereby resulting in higher medical costs (do you hear me yet, legislators? — I am now speaking your language), then perhaps a better idea would be to have three types of restrooms available: Men's, Women's, and Undecided's. Put a "?" symbol on the third door.