Thursday, February 13, 2014

When Nature Calls, Where You Gonna Go?

refuge_restrooms If you are uncomfortable using the public restroom of your gender or the gender you are presenting as, there is some good news: an online tool that locates gender neutral restrooms.

Refuge Restrooms "seeks to provide safe restroom access for transgender, intersex, and gender noncomforming individuals." Refuge is trying to fill the gap left by the Safe2Pee website, which departed from the Internet recently.

You can contribute to the success of Refuge by submitting gender neutral restrooms that you are aware of that are not already listed by Refuge. Monetary contributions will also be helpful.

For what it’s worth, I have never had an issue using the ladies’ restroom. So far, I’ve patronized ladies’ rooms in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio and Pennsylvania and I no longer hesitate when I have to go no matter where I am. And by the way, ladies’ rooms are typically much nicer than men’s rooms; try it, you’ll like it!





Source: Pinterest

A woman in menswear and a femulator in 2004.





Source: Madeleine

Wearing Madeleine.


  1. Glad there is a replacement site...lets hope it prospers!


  2. I have to disagree with you on this...

    I have been in some totally horrible women's bathrooms!

    I had to stop on I-81 in Virgina on my way back from Asheville NC and it was very nasty. I have found other woman's bathroom also dirty, especially when some of the women hover to pee and spray the toilet seat.

  3. Like you I have never had any issues using the ladies' room, indeed the only problem I have is remembering to use the Gent's when I am not femulating

  4. On another note - why is it women tend to "masculate" simply by putting on a tie whereas men usually "femulate" right down to the panties?