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  • ann

Yes - the writer clearly sees the need to raise awareness of paruresis, and it's so good to see the female perspective in a mainstream magazine article.

  • Jean

Hi Ann
As you know, I am a fellow sufferer. I also found this article very interesting. I thought the ripeness of the writer's language was probably a reflection of the magazine she is writing for. I looked her up and she is American and obviously very busy, so may be difficult to contact. Good to know that the condition is being publicised - her experience seems very familiar to me as well.

  • ann

It's pretty rare to come across articles about paruresis, but particularly unusual to come across articles about women with paruresis. I came across this article in a 2016 edition of Cosmopolitan. Written by Nicole Rupersburg, this really resonated with me - I found myself in similar situations so many times in the past. Nicole - we are indeed kindred spirits. www.cosmopolitan.com/health-fitness/a594...me-public-bathrooms/ .

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