The SDSU Honors Hall has requested multi-stall, gender-neutral bathrooms. The motivation is not a crusade for transgender respect; instead, the guys on second- and third-floor Honors just can’t find a pot to pee in:
Typically, there are more women on a floor, but there’s not enough bathrooms to accommodate male residents, [sophomore sociology major Lilly] Bruce said.
The stall-to-male-resident ratio on second floor is 1-to-4. The male ratio on third floor is 1-to-5.7.
The stall-to-female ratios on both second and third floor are averaged to 1-to-3.64.
Joe Carrels, a freshman pre-pharmacy major, can recall at least four times so far this year where he’s had to find a bathroom on another floor because the restrooms on his floor were occupied [Makenzie Huber, “Anyone: SDSU Proposal of Gender-Neutral Bathrooms,” SDSU Collegian, 2016.09.28].
The understory here: more women than men in the Honors Hall. Fellas, less beer, more books!