Women That Spray Urine On Public Toilet Seats Need To Be Punished!

Klara Jane Holloway
3 min readJun 17, 2021

There’s no excuse to squat down, let it fly, and not at least clean it up for the next user :(

Photo by Gabe Pierce on Unsplash

Do women need urinals? Apparently!

Ladies! How often do you enter a stall in the restroom and see urine all over the toilet seat? As if the woman before you just stood there, pulled up her urethra, and aimed it (poorly) like a man? Why? Who on earth thinks it’s okay to do that? How rude and disgusting! It’s NOT okay to leave your urine mess on the toilet seat for the next person to clean up!

It’s Common Knowledge

Many women, when they pee in public bathrooms don’t actually sit down on the seat. They squat / hover above it, which also leaves them more likely to leave pee on the seat. Ironically, the reason many women say they do this is because there might be pee on the seats. — www.reddit.com

Makes perfect sense to me!!!

It’s Really Bad For Your Health

Squatting over instead of sitting down on the toilet can change the mechanics of urinating; over time that can increase the risk of lower urinary tract symptoms including pelvic floor dysfunction and infections.

Stephanie Bobinger, PT: Part of the pelvic health physical therapy team at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

Also, contrary to popular belief a woman cannot get pregnant from a toilet seat. First of all, how many men are hanging out in ladies restrooms and ejaculating on the toilet seats? I could not find any stats on that particular activity. Secondly, and I am well aware it is possible to get pregnant without having actual intercourse, sperm would need to still be alive, meaning it would have to be pretty fresh so it could “swim”, and it’s on, or very near, your vagina (which should be over the toilet, not over the seat, anyway). All that moving around trying to aim yourself over the open toilet leads to you possibly rubbing yourself onto the seat too! And, God forbid, there might be a stray spermatazoa taking a swim there. Beware!


Myth: You can catch an STD from a toilet seat, telephone or other object used by an infected person. Fact: STDs are…

Klara Jane Holloway

I write about my experiences in life. Some mundane, some sad, some funny, and hopefully none boring!