“…they are places where bodily needs meet social desires. They are political spaces, where all sorts of activities, obvious and unanticipated, can take place. Public washrooms are places of refuge, of nourishment, and of contemplation. They are makeshift spaces for cleaning, cuddling, feeding, medicating, laundering, breastfeeding, shaving, debating, fucking and crying.”
-Deborah Cowan, planning and geography professor at the University of Toronto
Social documentary term project.