University of Melbourne psychology professor Nick Haslam, author of Psychology in the Bathroom , says there are two primary reasons. That motivates people to hide evidence from themselves and others of disgusting things. Public toilets can breed embarrassment but the workplace bathroom amplifies this because it involves people you face every day. One woman recalls ruminating on this while locked in a lengthy stalemate with an anonymous coworker. Infectious disease is a bad thing. From colourful handbag-friendly toilet bowl sprays to a Japanese invention that makes flushing sounds to camouflage other unseemly noises. Carefully fold up some toilet paper, place it in the bowl, and ta-dah. But we worry about this too much. Workplace culture Gender Daily Life.
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