The University of East Anglia even created a " Go with the Flow " campaign that went mainstream in after two students estimated that peeing in the shower could save the campus million gallons of water a year. We're not as bad as men but women can also drip, leak or otherwise "mist" the toilet seat. Dry paper just kind of smears things around and for women, wiping back to front can introduce bacteria into the urethra causing a painful infection. I don't know how it happens but it just does. You've totally peed in the shower before. Share Tweet Pin Share.
Plus, less paper waste in the sewage system means less cleanup needed.
We're not as bad as men but women can also drip, leak or otherwise "mist" the toilet seat. It will make you prepared. Add toilet paper to the mix and, well, that's how you end up with gas station restrooms. Share Tweet Pin Share. Here are all the reasons why peeing in the shower is even better than going in the toilet. What would you like to know?