Writing result-oriented ad copy is difficult, as it must appeal to, entice, and convince consumers to take action. The newest trend in dorm life is to make living spaces more friendly to those who wish to live and work with the opposite sex. While it's awesome in getting you used to real adulthood, it can be really intimidating for most freshmen to share a bathroom with someone of the other gender. But have no fear, incoming freshmen. You can prepare for a co-ed bathroom by following these simple tips. One thing we highly recommend is to invest in an awesome robe or two. Think not too revealing, not too short, and one with sturdy ties. Try them on, get the right size, and make sure you feel comfortable.
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It's one of the biggest adjustments to college life: showering, brushing hair and applying pimple cream with everyone else on the dorm floor, men and women alike. Coed floors are far and away the popular choice among dorm-bound students, but coed bathrooms often are not figured into the calculation. Ligaya Estoque, a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley, cringed the first time a male hallmate shared a bathroom with her. He left the stall door open. The University of Pennsylvania, Oberlin, Wesleyan, Swarthmore and Stanford allow coed roommates; starting in the fall, Yale seniors and all but freshmen at Williams will have the option. But what about students who are more comfortable in the pre-post-gender-world? Jennifer Weiler, a freshman at Green Mountain College, filed a suit in December against the State of Vermont, contending that it had not enforced codes mandating single-sex bathrooms. Weiler raised the issue, one of two bathrooms on her floor was designated for women only. Her suit contends that male students continued to use it.
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More on that in a second…. Also, though most shared dorm rooms are still single sex, more than colleges, including Brown University , Stanford University , The University of Pennsylvania , Oberlin College , Clark University , and the California Institute of Technology , now allow some or all students to share a room with anyone they choose—and we mean anyone. And, yes, you both might be naked. And as for simply sharing bathroom space with the opposite sex? Beyond bathrooms, co-ed dorms are pretty much like any other dorms, except, you know, co-ed. RAs plan events. Sure, a little awkward at first, but you get used to it. Hanging out with your dorm friends no matter their gender is tons of fun, but the day-to-day living is actually kind of boring. Yup, everybody showers.
May edited May in Oberlin College. I've heard that students can choose for their bathrooms to be coed. And also that in these coed bathrooms there are sometimes group showers. Is this true?? A boy could be showering and a girl just walks in and starts showering next to him? Please help!