There is always a study coming out that presents new information. Some of these "studies" just don't seem to make sense. This one from the University of London really makes me wonder who thought this study up. The study claims that men tend to get stressed using a urinal in a public restroom. It is such a common experience, yet they claim it invokes great fear in many men.

I find it hard to believe that men are suffering from insecurity and fear when using a public restroom, and I suspect that the researchers claims about fist fights breaking out if two urinal users make eye contact is really valid. The study says that men are much more likely to feel stressed by a public restroom than women are. Even that information seems questionable to me.

I often wonder about these research projects, but this one seems particularly biased and uninformed.

[Medical Daily]