I wish more bathroom signs looked like this

man - Carol Photographer

“What’s down there isn’t up here” submitted by Carol, the photographer.

“A public bathroom sign in Vancouver is captured in a different lens.”

Posted by on May 13th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: faces, photos, recommendations 8 comments »

8 Responses to “I wish more bathroom signs looked like this”

  1. RBG

    that is positively absolutely staggeringly brilliant


  2. Rebecca/Beck

    That would be great. We should start a petition! It would help make people more open-minded about gender.
    Lovely photo.


  3. manny

    awesome shot, kudos to the photografer for catching that


  4. Me

    I have never looked at that bathroom sign and thought anything except horror thoughts of how that bathroom must look. I am seriously afraid of that bathroom.

    That said, THIS PHOTO ROCKS.


  5. Jessicaa

    It never fails to amaze me how few public restrooms exist in American cities. Oh, there are often restrooms you can use if you are patronizing a store or a restaurant, but very few other public facilities.


  6. Alec

    This. This makes me so happy.


  7. Katie

    Victory Square’s public loo? Mein Gott, I would be TERRIFIED to pee there, as someone who sits down to do so. Still, a great photo!


  8. Carol

    Thanks so much for your support =) It was a gray day so I was happy to find this.

    I’m branching out into more artsy photography, so please check out my blog!


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