New Rochelle, New York (PRWEB) March 12, 2014
As the pioneering author of the book Unisex Toilet Training, Anthony Seymour Browne is now contrasting his new process with traditional toilet training. His book explains some outstanding differences between the two methods, as well as benefits of unisex toilet training for mothers.
Mr. Browne describes unisex toilet training as a simple one-step training for both boys and girls. On the other hand, he says standard toilet training is gender-specific with an unnecessary two-step process for boys. He believes the latter scenario results in a difficult training process for toddler boys and their parents.
Unisex toilet training promotes urinating sitting down for both genders. It is the surest way to get urine into the toilet bowl every time. “In contrast, standard toilet training promotes the teaching that if little boys learn to aim their urine streams properly that the practice will last them a lifetime. But if that were true, men would not miss the toilet bowl or the urinal when peeing,” says Mr. Browne.
Unisex toilet training recognizes that the function of the urethra and the male anatomy make it highly unlikely for males (toddlers or men) to urinate standing up without frequently soiling the toilets. Mr. Browne says that unisex toilet training, by contrast, contributes to clean sanitary toilets and bathrooms.
In addition to these obvious benefits Mr. Browne also identifies that unisex toilet training is ideal for home toilets, which are traditionally unisex. The new training method provides a cleaner environment for everyone who uses the bathroom while preventing urine on floors, urine spills on toilets and urine odors.
Anthony Seymour Browne says he has seen firsthand the benefits of unisex toilet training as an adult male in his own home. After, urinating standing up for 25 years with many unhealthy and unhygienic outcomes. He began training himself to pee sitting down to produce a clean, sanitary toilet at home. In 2014, and over forty-six years of success impels him to pioneer the same Unisex Toilet Training process for boys.