While women have the G spot, men have the Pee spot , particularly older men who find it impossible to hold on especially when stuck in traffic. Waiting on Sandhurst bridge one afternoon I came across this strangely signed public urinal. Does this mean that the women use the male urinal while the men use the Jents toilet ? Or does this reflect yet another example of poor spelling where male actually means FEMALE while Jents denotes GENTLEMEN? In which case why are women referred to as females and not ladies?
This is surely a case of gender discrimination as well where women are considered mere females while all men are considered gentlemen not to mention the fact that the gentlemen’s facilities are described as the more polite ‘toilet’ rather than the crude sounding ‘urinal’ that is used for the women’s!