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    Community baths and pools have been utilized since ancient Roman times to promote unity and peace. Allowing a community to join together and reveal their intimate selfs, during their baths, advertised the importance of a safe environment within a society. These ancient community baths can now be viewed as the modern public restroom. Over the past five years, debate over whether transgenders should be allowed in public restrooms has been a topic of concern for the American people. Transgender is a term used to describe individuals who identify a different gender than the one they were born with. Many Americans fear that by allowing these individuals to utilize the public restroom, children and women are at risk of experiencing harassment. If…

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    Utilitarianism focuses on attaining “‘The greatest happiness for the greatest number’” of people (Melchert 2010, 469). This view poses the challenge of solving how the regulation of the use of public restrooms and changing facilities can be designed to maximize the happiness of most citizens in North Carolina. One characteristic that utilitarians consider when determining how to provide the most happiness to the most people is the extent of the issue (Melchert 2010, 470). In the case of HB2, the…

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    It was a Wednesday morning at Peters Elementary, I was steadily copying down the week's homework waiting for the morning announcements. After I finished copying down the homework I turned around to talk to my friends Benjamin and Vincent about Minecraft, when the announcements abruptly came on asking us to stand and do the Pledge of Allegiance than saying, “Are you interested in joining Pentathlon?“ In my head I wondered, “Man, what is Pentathlon? It sounds like something a nerd would join.”…

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    issue, as the picnic tables provided a larger then standard sit under space measuring 29” high, 36” wide, and 20” deep. The next seating advantage was the fully accessible locker room benches. These benches had plenty of room to either park a wheelchair beside them in there 58”x18” box, or sit comfortably on them against the back rest. Proper customer service counters were also a nice amenity so that all individuals could purchase all products, and services comfortably. Counters were no higher…

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    Essay On Breastfeeding

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    Peace, Love, and Breastfeeding. When it comes to breastfeeding in public, mothers are always told to cover-up, to leave the premises to an area where they cannot be seen, or heard away from the rest of the public. Why is public nursing such a controversial issue in today’s society? Society has developed a overly sexualized view of breast that it has become a big issue when mothers make the decision to breastfeed their child in public. In most cases, mothers are even openly asked and sometimes…

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    Tor Law Case Brief

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    It provides that where an individual suffers harm as a result of his fault and partly the fault of the defendant, the damages shall be reduced to the extent that is equitable with regard to the share of responsibility (Zipursky, 2012). In Sayers v Harlow (1958) a woman was trapped in a public toilet.as she was attempting to climb out of the toilet she steeped on the toilet and then on the toilet roll holder but the toilet roll holder gave way and she was injured. The court held that the harm…

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    Drought Persuasive Speech

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    professor, explains to Inverse: https://www.inverse.com/article/7213-california-is-drought-shaming-its-greatest-water-wasters-pointlessly “Generally public shaming doesn’t really result in very many positive outcomes and changes...If you can find a way to appeal to someone’s sense of responsibility than sense of shame, then that is a more constructive way of bringing about change.” I get it. It's tempting to want to blame the rich in Bel Air who are wasting tons of water to keep their gardens…

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    How To Make Crohn

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    also may need or want to hide the bloating that is characteristic of a Crohn's flare. Besides, you'll be much more comfortable in looser clothing. 4. Avoid control-top pantyhose. Going along with the loose-fitting clothing, this is not the time for control-top hose. It won't help hide your bloating, and it will make getting to the toilet promptly more difficult. If possible, don't wear pantyhose at all; try thigh-highs if you are in a dress, or wear tall boots to hide the fact that you aren't…

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    Essay On Roman Sanitation

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    The Roman empire saw great innovations and architectural masterpieces in modern sanitation. They built complex aqueducts and drainage systems along with the cloaca maxima. However despite these great innovations, their sanitation was still something to be desired; waste filled the streets and public restrooms held their own hazards. All the more, Roman sanitation held a great impact on paving the way for the start of modern sanitation. The Romans used a series of channels that ran from…

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    the mall, my mother's voice would scream at me to stay away from all suspicious looking adults. If I accidentally looked into strangers' eyes, crazy, irrational thoughts would immediately flood my mind. They were kidnappers, ready to seize me and hold me for an obscenely large ransom, which my parents would have to pay to retrieve their most beloved daughter, forcing the entire family into the utter depths of poverty. Public restrooms were equally dangerous. The toilet seat was swarming with…

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