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Rattlesnake Uterus Don’t Tread On Me Shirt
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Women often have kids along, bags and periods to contend with. It really irks me when a new build has ladies loo with too few actual loos and why are they usually further away? Young architects need to make changes now. Need more loos full stop what about those living with health conditions which are life-changing public loos are really needed. I have a health condition and I would hate to not be able to find a loo if needed. I have also experienced not being able to find a loo whilst on my cycle and its a bloody joke woman just need loos for this reason alone let alone the Rattlesnake Uterus Don’t Tread On Me Shirt other stuff. Women deal with multiple issues that can happen post birth, as a result of trauma, just being a woman and having a monthly period anyway. Therefore it takes longer. Add in those who have conditions such as IBS and it builds up.
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Plus, after you birth a child, your blatter isn’t the same. And we also have to use the restroom more often than men. Or why else would there always be a line? I have resorted going to the men’s bathroom many times when it was clear because I had to really go and the women’s restroom had a long line. Okay, put on panties, possibly tights, a dress or pants, a belt, a Rattlesnake Uterus Don’t Tread On Me Shirt coat, carry a purse, have a period, have a toddler with you, then go to a public bathroom, sit to pee and get back to us with how long it takes you. I keep wondering why girls just don’t use the men’s room when the queue at the ladies’ is too long. The boys stand at their bowls hardly using the cubicles anyway. The government spokesperson should have been asked how much council funding from central government has been cut.