There was a time in history when lords and ladies were unfailingly private about their bathroom habits. If they could go about their business in separate wings of their homes to protect each other’s delicate sensibilities, so be it. No longer. A new study of 2,000 Americans living with a partner found that couple’s bathroom habits during quarantine have really become boundary-free. Or boundary relaxed, I suppose. It’s not a no-holds-barred situation, but it’s rounding the corner.
The study, which was commissioned by Natracare and conducted by OnePoll, culled through responses from the 2,000 adults who have been living