In an unusual twist, I was reading an article in the ‘Guardian’ the other day, and couldn’t help but agree with it.
Lezlie Lowe, author of ‘No Place To Go: How Public Toilets Fail our Private Needs’, wrote a piece stating that females were at a massive disadvantage urinally compared to those pesky men who get everything.
What else must we endure in these empowered times of equality? “The queue for women’s toilets is a feminist issue,” she wrote.
Isn’t everything? She recalled an awkward toilet moment involving none other than Hillary Clinton, who was caught short, mid-commercial break, during a Democratic debate in 2015.
Clinton, the solitary female on stage, had to walk a little further to get to the women’s loo than her male opponents, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley.
The toilet was occupied, and she lost to Donald Trump – no, sorry, I’m getting ahead of myself here. She had to wait and the live televised debate resumed without her. We’ve all been there.