> Working in an environment where there are multiple males, and one female. We all
> share a common bathroom.
> Of all workplace issues to raise, seriously!? She expects all her male coworkers to
> adjust the toilet seat to her preferences, and gets all bent out of shape that she
> keeps finding the toilet seat in a position not to her liking.
> Princess, get over yourself. Holy shit, your husband may have to prepare your throne,
> but this ain't your royal court, this is work, where your co-workers are your equals,
> not your subjects.
> Reality check me. Am I off base on this? I am still dumbfounded this issue is getting
> any traction. The unbiased converse arguement is equally as valid that the default
> position of the seat could just as easily be the opposite of her preferences. She's
> only one of many votes, so... I dunno. It's so fucking dumb, it would never occur to
> me to blame my coworkers when I want to take a bathroom break, and the toilet seat is
> not positioned to my personal preference.
> For the record, it's not the only bathroom in the building. There are even dedicated
> sex-defined bathrooms about 30 paces down the hall. This one is just closer, less
> public, and unisex.
Does it have a seat lid in addition to the seat, or just a seat?
I stopped caring when I got complaints that I was putting the lid down.