Just Because You Can’t See Out Your Translucent Shower Window Doesn’t Mean Others Can’t Look In

Back in the day, we just had bathtubs and no showers, no problem.

But then showers got retrofitted and sometimes tenants ended up scrubbing up standing up right next to a double-hung window.

And as a part of that retrofitting, usually, the plate glass would get replaced with something translucent, so people couldn’t spy on you.

Like this. (Yes, this nude man was taking a shower, in an old, old building somewhere in the Bay Area right next to the intersection of two busy commercial corridors - sorry, no video)

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Just saying.

I mean, there could have been a perv across the street with a camera or something right?

You wouldn’t want that…

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2 Responses to “Just Because You Can’t See Out Your Translucent Shower Window Doesn’t Mean Others Can’t Look In”

  1. GG says:

    Really? Who cares? If that was me on the other side of that window I would feel sufficiently blurred not to be bothered by it.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    All right, but there was a gaggle of people on the sidewalk of a business district having a giggle over this.

    Anyway, just an FYI. It’s an optics thing having to do with how far you are away from the window vs. how far away the pervs are…

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