Portland Bans Urinals From Mens Bathrooms
Article from The Daily Wire by Hank Berrien.
The city of Portland apparently has a gender problem with bathrooms.
According to KGW-TV, the city decided when they remodeled the Portland Building that urinals would be banned. Last February Chief Administrative Officer Tom Rinehart emailed employees:
We will continue to have gender-specific (male and female) multi-stall restrooms that are readily available to any employee that prefers to use one. But, there will be no urinals in any restroom in the building. This will give us the flexibility we need for any future changes in signage … I am convinced that this is the right way to ensure success as your employer, remove arbitrary barriers in our community, and provide leadership that is reflective of our shared values.
Radio talk show host Lars Larson told KGW, “I think it’s ridiculous. First of all, I know that it already makes a lot of people uncomfortable. Secondly, its gonna take up a lot more space and third, anyone who’s ever been to any public event — have you seen the line at the ladies room? Do you see any line at the men’s room?” Larson pointed out that urinals use far less water than toilets.
Read the entire article at The Daily Wire.
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