I know this, by the way, as every man knows this, just from going pee. When you're done, you're typically going to look down before zipping up -- and that peripheral vision again gives you a sense of what's going on around you. It's not a lot, but there is exposure. What's far more commonly understood is if the other person is actually peeing or not. You can hear. Your peripheral version will see a stream. And if the other person can't start, you say nothing. If you can't start, you're thankful the other person says nothing.
Yes, shy penis syndrome or shy bladder syndrome is a real thing, There can be pressure to start, The number one thing that would help ease it, speaking as an occasional sufferer, would be privacy guards between urinals, But the men, who I assume largely design most of our restrooms, don't think they're worth either installing or designing, Raised not to expect privacyI assume it's men who mostly ignore the privacy olixar leather-style iphone 7 wallet stand case - rose gold design considerations in men's restrooms because men have been brought up without having those expectations, It's either not an issue for most of us or we learn to live with it, Most women, on the odd occasion when this topic has come up, have expressed horror when they understand the situation that goes on in the men's restroom..
Maybe Google Glass will fix that. As a Wall Street Journal article points out today, there's already a law against "video voyerism" or taking pictures of naked people in places where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy. That means Glass is already covered. But that doesn't prevent anyone from ignoring the law. With Glass, it's potentially easier to ignore it and not get caught. Perhaps, just perhaps, Glass will have the side benefit of having more privacy designed into bathrooms. In the meantime, men will continue to select urinals in a similar manner that The Urinal Game very accurately describes but with the new twist of perhaps avoiding Glass wearers as part of the general quest of enhancing privacy.
As for the wearers, my colleague Matt McGee at Marketing Land, who's had Google Glass for two olixar leather-style iphone 7 wallet stand case - rose gold weeks now, has adopted a "move to the top of his head" policy, Maybe that will become the new polite norm, commentary What mind-blowing breakthrough will result from the advent of Google's high-tech specs? Maybe redesigned men's rooms? CNET's Danny Sullivan considers the topic, and shares his stream of consciousness, commentary I suppose it was inevitable, The debate about Google Glass has extended into the bathroom, For those who've never experienced the joys of a men's restroom -- generally the women of the world -- here's how Glass might change our glorious experience..
Recently, however, there have been concerns that the topless, bottomless, or merely hapless shots sent by Snapchat users might not truly disappear. They remain stored in the nether regions of your phone, able to be retrieved by a nosy policeman, parent, or pupil of the average high school. App maker KS Mobile believes it has the solution for this hoary problem. It insists that its Clean Master app can wipe your phone clean of your well-intentioned smut. At least on Android phones. The company claims that, technically speaking, it can remove the .nomedia files to which Snapchat photos are converted.