Embarrassing experience of going to the toilet A big reason I like going abroad is because of the toilets. do you know? As a transgender person, the toilet experience in Taiwan is really not easy. The average toilet is four to six times a day, and every time you need to be prepared. I remember that when I was in middle school, I hardly ever went to the school's toilet, not because the toilet was not clean enough, but when I had to pass many classes on the way to the toilet, there were always uneasy eyes on me, and it was difficult for me to be in the toilet.
Facing the eyes of others in the mirror, it seems that I am not suitable to go to the toilet here, especially when the women's toilet has to queue photo background removing up, the embarrassment makes it difficult for me to stay in the queue, and most of the time, I will solve it quickly when there are few people in the men's toilet and will not be noticed. . Growing up creates a great deal of anxiety about gender. Before 2004, there was no gender education. My family of origin and the life of the Presbyterian Church were full of dual gender frameworks. The concept of female subjectivity and autonomy was not prevalent, and it was irrelevant when encountering harassment, discrimination, and rights violations. The law always felt that everything happened was his own fault.
At that time, he could only hide or learn to disguise himself. The embarrassment of being scolded for going to the toilet several times and being kicked out inexplicably is still fresh in his memory. image001 Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jiang Yingfan Aliens and four symbols are used in toilets in New Zealand theatres. "Space is Gender" Bi Hengda challenged the influence of "public" public space on gender culture. The space design reflects the degree of gender-friendliness. In the past 16 years, Taiwan has continued to study and observe the changes in Taiwan's toilet space planning in recent ye