This is the door to the attic, in our entry hall. It is actually only one of two entrances to the attic, the other being a very small opening in another hallway that puts you on the wrong side of the ductwork. So I installed this one to make access to the attic easier.
There is a closet to the immediate left, then the entry way with the front door further off to the left, and the door you can see ahead to the left goes to the garage. The living room is straight ahead, and the kitchen is through the door you can see ahead to the right, across from the door to the garage. To the immediate right is the furnace and hot water heater. The stairs fold down like so.
I hauled some plywood up there and made a storage area.
It's not as packed as it seems though, and I'm careful not to overload the rafters. The area where I have stuff stored is mostly over interior walls, or small hallways, so the unsupported lengths are short, and I've screwed the plywood to the rafters making it more solid.
Stuff like this makes me glad that I'm not dating.
"That is very important because, under the law, it is a man's responsibility to ensure that he has a responsible belief that the woman has consented."How perfectly patriarchal. Were I the type to cast labels, I'd say the U.K. court's attitudes towards women are quite sexist. Once the woman passes a certain BAC, evidently she's no longer responsible for her actions. Men, on the other hand, are afforded no such harbor.
I'm not making light of rape, it's a horrible crime, and being drunk is ABSOLUTELY no excuse for forcing yourself on a woman, nor is it at all acceptable to get a woman drunk in order to get her to have sex with you. That being said, I think whipping out a consent form prior to sexual activities would kinda spoil the mood.
Unless, of course, the U.K. is right, and women really don't want sex.
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