If you have a vagina , you've probably heard that peeing after sex is crucial—especially if you want to avoid a urinary tract infection UTI. The last thing you want to feel after sex is the burning rage of a UTI, right? But that doesn't mean you need to jump out of bed to hit the restroom the second you both finish. Peeing after sex is important, sure, but you might have more wiggle room with the timing than you think.
Amid a resurgence of coronavirus cases, Governor Cuomo finally closed New York City restaurants for indoor dining last week. But on Thursday, the state went one step beyond — one very unreasonable step. New guidance on outdoor dining decreed that diners eating in the elements which often means in one of the indoor-ish cabins restaurants have constructed on sidewalks around the city were forbidden from simply walking through the doors of the attached establishment and using the bathroom. Go in the snow? Use a bottle?
You Are Once Again Allowed to Pee Indoors at NYC Restaurants
To pee or not to pee in public? In some places it is. Philadelphia mom Caroline Robboy recently got slapped with a ticket — and a lecture on bad parenting — when she let her 2-year-old son pee in public. She and her three children went out to dinner at a Johnny Rockets, then visited a nearby clothing shop, where her 2-year old son announced he had to go.
Couldn't even if I tried. Need to go soon. I need to in about 5 minutes. Peeing answering this. Oops, just went.