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ladies’ room, women’s room

In a public building, a room containing toilet and lavatory facilities for the use of ladies.
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In men's rooms and in women's rooms, people just go in there to use the bathroom.
Similarly, anatomical females who appear to be men will not be forced to either utilize a restroom surrounded by men who may wonder why the toilet stall rather than the urinal is always used, nor to cause coeds using the women's room to be startled or worse when they see a "man" entering, he argues.
Darrin said there were two messages: one in a women's room and another in a men's room.
(Actually, the first time I actually ran out to check the sign and make sure I was in the women's room.) Also, one of the waiters tried hitting on me at dinner, and when I turned him down flat he turned his attention to the girls across the table from me (who were not part of our group) and invited them out to a disco that night.
I don't know if we need to "Lean In," as Sheryl Sandberg says, lean out, or not lean at all, but I will say that when I attend CEO meetings in my industry, there's never a line for the women's room. That is changing, because women should be in leadership roles and in boardrooms.
The BHF has launched a 'virtual' Women's Room, in a bid to raise awareness of the condition.
Launching the on-line Women's Room, Maureen Talbot, Senior Cardiac Nurse at the BHF, said: "Coronary heart disease kills nearly three times as many women as breast cancer.
He is, if any one person is, responsible for forcing issues around women's reproductive freedom from grimy back alleys and furtive kitchen or Women's Room conversations to in-your-face news, shouted from legislatures, courthouse steps, debates and demonstrations.
She heads the Women's Room, an online group dedicated to getting more female commentators into the public eye.
When Marilyn French's novel The Women's Room was released in 1977, I was 11.
"Practically speaking, what I am planning to do is take my husband with me to Canada just for the first month or so," said Um Yousuf, 26, who was watching a presentation that was being delivered in the next room and broadcast in the women's room through a television screen.
French's1977 novel The Women's Room won her much acclaim for her treatment of female subjugation in a male dominated world, reports the BBC.

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