Men Appear to Follow Unsaid Rules in the Toilet

by Savitha C Muppala on  November 26, 2012 at 11:18 PM Lifestyle News
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A recent report has claimed that men could find going to public loos very stressful as they could be caught staring at the wrong place.
 Men Appear to Follow Unsaid Rules in the Toilet
Men Appear to Follow Unsaid Rules in the Toilet

A general report has revealed how men follow certain unstated guidelines of behavior in the loo. They try not to draw unnecessary attention to themselves, never catch someone's eye and never squeeze into a line unless there is space.

Insight from the University of London found that men are more insecure about using public loos than women. Researchers were rather surprised how stressful public toilets can be for men.

Experts recommended better design of the urinals so that men can relieve the pressure build up in their bladder without feeling pressurized psychologically.

Source: Medindia

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