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men’s room

In a public building, a room containing toilet and lavatory facilities for the use of men.
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And if she entered the Men's room, wouldn't that have been more problematic?
The Men's Room is the only organisation of its kind in the country working to support and empower young men involved in sex work.
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Considering that I was presenting as a woman, using the men's room would have been far more than uncomfortable; it would have been very dangerous.
I got fed up, called for volunteers, hollered into the men's room that desperate women were about to use their stalls, and in we went.
2007: Larry Craig, an Idaho senator with an anti-LGBT record, is arrested for allegedly soliciting sex in an airport men's room. He later claims it was all a misunderstanding: "I am not gay, I have never been gay."
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Lavoie admitted being in the men's room but denied taking any photographs, Officer Kuchnicki said in court papers.
The transgender person is wearing a dress and lipstick and so gets cruel stares from those using the men's room. This leads the transgender person to select the ladies room.
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When I showed him the total, he politely asked where the men's room was.
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