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A Psychologist's Thoughts on Clinical Practice, Behavior, and Life

Men Storm Women's Bathroom at NYC's Grand Central Station,

Well, there's not that headline, not yet. While there at 6AM, I was astonished to learn that the Food Court Men's bathroom was closed until 7AM. Until then, there was a one-occupant men's bathroom available in the small upstairs waiting room. Beside it was a much larger women's bathroom.
Not really needing to pee but following an instruction from long before that one should pee whenever they get the opportunity, I entered the long line.
Pointing toward the women's bathroom, I smiled and said to the man in front of me, "You look pretty womanly." Thankfully, he had a sense of humor and we spoke. He was furious at the situation, having just ended a two-hour train ride from Connecticut. I stood another minute and left.
Usually the long rest room lines are populated by women but not before 7AM at Grand Central Station.

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