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The Long Lines for Women’s Bathrooms Could Be Eliminated. Why Haven’t They Been?

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The Long Lines for Women’s Bathrooms Could Be Eliminated. Why Haven’t They Been?

The Atlantic - Joe Pinsker

It’s been more than 30 years since states started trying to achieve “potty parity,” but many queues are still unequal. In 1987, a man, a woman, and their daughter attended a Tchaikovsky concert at the Hollywood Bowl. The most notable thing about their outing, all these years later, is something that …

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