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Ban Men From Standing When Urinating? – Unthinkable [POLL/VIDEO NSFW]

Larry David explaining why he pees sitting down Youtube screenshot
Larry David explaining why he pees sitting down Youtube screenshot

In a previous post, I mentioned the fine one city in Massachusetts wants to impose a fine on citizens that curse.

Didn’t think it could get any worse than that, did you?

Well, according to this excerpt:

Swedish Left Party Chapter Wants To Make Urinating While Standing Illegal For Men

Male representatives on the Sormland County Council in Sweden should sit rather than stand while urinating in office restrooms, according to a motion advanced by the local Left Party.

Known as a socialist and feminist organization, the party claims that seated urination is more hygienic for men — the practice decreases the likelihood of puddles and other unwanted residue forming in the stall — in addition to being better for a man’s health by more effectively emptying one’s bladder, The Local reported.

But not everyone agrees.

“Men scatter urine not so much during the actual urination as during the ‘shaking off’ that follows,” John Gamel, a professor at the University of Louisville, wrote while addressing the issue in 2009. “As a result, forcing men to sit while emptying their bladders will serve little purpose, since no man wants to shake himself off while remaining seated on the toilet.”

A representative from the party said he hopes to move toward sitting only bathrooms.
The thought of sitting while urinating for guys is unthinkable.

Consider this scene from the iconic HBO series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”.

Of course, many women might agree with the ban.

And judging by the residue left on the floor of the men’s room at the station, such a ban might be in order.

What say you?


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