Terry Kogan’s writings are quoted in a new San Francisco Examiner story, “The bizarre, antiquated origins of sex-segregated restrooms.”
The story, which traces segregated public bathrooms back to the era of “Victorian modesty.”
“Late Victorian society became obsessed with concerns of modesty, concerns surrounding the human body and bodily functions,” Kogan writes. “Any move by women outside the domestic sphere was viewed by many people with serious concern.”
To read the article, including an additional quote from Kogan, click here.