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Aug 21 2018

Paris Uritrottoirs Facilitate Urinating in Public but Are Denounced as Sexist

There is always a price to be paid for allowing moonbattery to flourish. In Paris, you may have to pay through the nose — even though uritrottoirs are supposed to be odorless:

Bright-red, fully exposed, urinals have been placed across the city to reduce peeing on the streets.

The urinals are described as “eco-friendly.”

The open-air urinals are filled with straw that turns into compost for use in local parks.

But even if they help save the planet, they are not entirely politically correct:

Some argue that the “uritrottoir” – a combination of the French words for urinal and pavement – is discriminatory.

Since they have been designed for men, they have been denounced as sexist. For that reason, they probably won’t be around for long.

On a tip from Jester.



One Response to “Paris Uritrottoirs Facilitate Urinating in Public but Are Denounced as Sexist”

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