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Lezlie Lowe is the author of No Place to Go: A man stands at a 'uritrottoir' public urinal in Paris. The city has begun testing these dry public urinals intended to be ecological and odorless, but that make some residents cringe. And the people of Paris are peeved.

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These chest-height repositories sport a hole below the foliage for urine, which collects in a bale of concealed straw, later used to produce nitrogen-rich compost for Paris parks and gardens. Public urination is no small matter in Paris, where the habit even has a name: The city has so far installed four uritrottoirs to help curb errant excretion around the capital.

A fifth is planned. The funding of these on-street comfort stations was approved through municipal participatory budgeting — voted on by residents who were no doubt savage over all this pipi. A Business women peeing in public could literally use his free hand to wave to tourists on river boat cruises.

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I mean, they look like miniature Canada Post mailboxes to me — all fire-engine red and cheerful. Men, by virtue of simple mechanics, can easily pee standing up.

Female urinals have largely been a non-starter. American Standard sold one in the s in the United States, but uptake was slow, a fact attributed to the increasing popularity of women wearing trousers.

I mean, why bother? Women have different needs when it comes to satisfying this basic bodily function. Men can pee anywhere. And they do, which is entirely the problem.

A human goes to the toilet roughly 2, times a year, Starbucks or no Starbucks. The problem of street urination and defecation is significant in large urban centres — San Diego and Los Angeles have grappled with continuing outbreaks of hepatitis A, linked to a lack of public-bathroom access for people experiencing homelessness.

But Paris boasts around accessible on-street automated public toilets, Business women peeing in public as sanisettes. These bathrooms are conveniently mapped by the Convention and Visitors Bureau and of them are open See, there are plenty of places to pee in Paris. Women take longer to urinate and do so more frequently than men. We menstruate, and we are more likely to be caregivers for the young, the elderly and the mobility and cognitively impaired.

We need more bathroom provision than men. Men already have it pretty good when it comes to peeing in the built environment. And now, in Paris, their seemingly unstoppable bad behaviour is being rewarded with uritrottoirsgiving willy-nilly-peeing men even more places to go.

Much the same as the kid I happened upon outside my favourite ice cream shop in Halifax the other day. He was peeing against a tree in the "Business women peeing in public" of the day, while his parent kindly held his ice cream cone. Is this about propriety? Women certainly are more at risk of violence when we remove clothing in public.

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