DON'T HATE MEN: I don't hate men in general. Some men feel that being men and having a penis gives them superior rights over women. Those men should have more respect, compassion and understanding for women.
Some people are like that if they have a knob or not.
HAVING A PENIS: Having a penis doesn't give one superior rights over those who don't have a penis. A penis has only one essential and unique purpose; sexual penetration of the vagina and impregnation of the female. It is not essential for urination.
The penis has two functions in humans, it carries urine and semen... unless you've redesigned humans that's how it is.
PEEING: Having a penis does not give one the right to splash all over everywhere and leave a mess for others to clean up. There is nothing wrong with a man sitting to pee so as to avoid leaving a mess for others. Sitting to pee might take a you few minutes longer but the advantages might outweigh the additional time. It will be easier for you to completely empty you bladder and you will not ever have that wet spot on the front of your trousers from getting the last spurt after putting your penis back.
If blokes want to be messy then that's just an issue with being untidy not a matter of rights.
PUSSY VS. PENIS: The female genitals are neatly tucked between the legs giving a smooth appearance and not being noticeable unless the legs are intentionally spread to display them. The male genitals hang out in front where they are always noticeable and rather disgusting looking. Displaying a noticeable bulge in the front of one's clothing or swim/athletic wear is also disgusting looking. I think it would be rather embarrassing for the guy.
So, my tits stick out... should they be "hidden" as well? It's just a sign of sexual maturity, females and males are different. That's also how it is.
CLOTHING: We first created clothing to protect us from the elements and to hide our physical differences from each other. The clothing was initially rather similar with both female and male wearing robe or dress type garments. Skirt like garments later appeared for the male and ultimately for the female. Subsequently skirt and dress like garments for the male were replaced by trouser like garments. Women ultimately adapted trousers for their use. Today all clothing is acceptable for women's wear but men are discriminated against when it comes to wearing what evolved as traditional women's wear (skirts, dresses, blouses, underwear, lacy and frilly items) in the early and mid 20th century. It is now time that all clothing is acceptable common wear for both the female and the male.
There's nothing stopping blokes wearing what they want, it's not against the law last time I looked. But, generally females (real ones that is) want a bloke to look masculine... that doesn't usually involve frilly underwear and a dress.
We must also have a similar standard with respect to which body parts can be publically displayed. Women can wear low necked clothing which seductively draws attention to their breasts but in most cases can't go topless in public even if they have very tiny breasts. Men however can go topless under many circumstances, even if they have large feminine like breasts. In situations where women are required to cover their breasts men should also be required to cover their breasts. The standard should be either: (1) all breasts should be covered at all times; (2) all breasts may be uncovered under certain circumstances; (3) large breasts must be covered at all times while small breasts ("A" or smaller) may remain uncovered under certain circumstances; (4) or other defined standard for both female and male.
All lower body parts must be covered when in public except for situations designated for total nudity.
Wander off to parts of Africa and other similar places... you'll find all the bare tits you like there if you're not liking "western" cultural values.
CROSS SEXUAL UNDERSTANDING: We should develop the opportunity for greater awareness and understanding of the opposite sex. This could be accomplished by creating a unisex environment for all people and/or by requiring either pre-puberty or early puberty children to experience life as the opposite sex.
It's the lack of boundaries that's creating a generation of unsure kids with little or no responsibility. Let them learn to be comfortable being themselves without muddling the natural instincts.
PUBLIC RESTROOMS: Over time, we created an unnatural secrecy around basic bodily functions by establishing separate restrooms for female and male users and implementing different levels of secrecy for both. The female was always provided private stalls with 6-foot walls and doors. However, the male was given open urinals and inadequate stalls. Male stalls were either non-existent or had only 4-foot walls (sometimes without doors). This secrecy only promoted unnatural curiosity and perversion.
Today, due to long lines, females frequently use male restrooms. However, the male is still prohibited from using the female restroom unless he can pass as a female. The family restroom addresses some aspects of this bias by permitting opposite gender assistance for children, elderly and handicapped. However, true unisex use is prohibited (even for married adults).
Most of the problems regarding acceptable use of public restrooms and adequate privacy and security for all people can be eliminated by establishing totally unisex multi-user public facilities. These restrooms will have totally private unisex stalls with a common sink area. Urinals are disgusting and will either be eliminated or be replaced by a minimal number of unisex urinals enclosed in private stalls. The security threat to women, children, or small men being alone with a sexual pervert will be minimized by having other family members and/or more people present. Waiting time will then be equal for all.
The only reason there's no queues outside the blokes is because of the urinals not because women take longer to have a wee. Really though, I've not seen anyone run screaming from any ladies loos because a bloke appears, I imagine it's the same for the chaps.
SPORTS, HEALTH AND RECREATION FACILITIES must offer shared usage for both female and male users. Since male only clubs, activities and facilities have been sexually integrated there should no longer be female only clubs, activities and facilities.
If blokes are that worried about female only clubs I'm sure the law would back them up if they're desperate to join. Look at the big business of sport and see how the women fare there if you want to make a point...
BATH AND DRESSING FACILITIES: Department store, recreation and other public changing facilities (including showers) should be designed as private unisex stalls. These stalls should be large enough to allow common use by couples and/or parents and children if desired.
I really cannot see the "problem" here... 99.99% of the population just goes in, does their business and come out again without giving it a second thought as to why it's not mixed. I know there's not many females that want to have a wee next to some bloke grunting away dropping some old friends off at the pool.
ELIMINATED BIAS: All sexual bias (female, male, mtf, ftm, lesbian, gay, etc.) will thus no longer be a concern with regard to clothing, gender, or use of public facilities.
biases must also be eliminated from employment and all other social areas of our life.
I can go for quite a long time without having to "declare" any sexual bias... in fact I can't remember the last time it had any impact or was of any possible interest to anybody else at all apart from a partner...
Do it now...before it's too late.....
What do you regard as most humane?