hung: Several evenings ago I enjoyed a casual "Italian Sub" in a pub style eating establishment in a small College Town in Central Georgia. During the course of our stay here I visited the Men's Room. This facility was not in a large chain style resturant and the owner had recycled an old building. The Room was rather small with one stool and one trough. No dividers, no lock on the door. Very casual and everyone used the facility with out acting out as shy. The locals and also the visitors, such as I did our business and went on our way. Then recently I also attended a wedding in the MidWest and during the course of the dance at a ballroom which was build in 1927 we all used a Men's Room with a trough about 20 foot long. This was a full service wedding dance with adequate beer so we all used the trough quite often. No reservations. Young and old used this for number one. Of course, with only one enclosed stool, we usually had no choice if we wanted to eliminate quickly. I post this because I consider these incidents as evidence that our shyness of a decade or two ago is slowing going away. Are we becoming more open about our sexuality? I think so. I would like to hear and see other responses on this subject. Thanks.