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Assuming that one is forbidden from taking Judaic materials into a bathroom (referenced here http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60768/source-for-keeping-holy-books-out-of-bathroomhttps://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60768/source-for-keeping-holy-books-out-of-bathroom and here Bringing wallet with benscher into bathroomBringing wallet with benscher into bathroom) how strictly is this applied?

I was visiting my kid's dorm this morning and there is a laminated "Asher Yatzar" on the outside of the bathroom door. However, the door swings IN to the bathroom, so the printed bracha swings into the bathroom each time the door is opened. Is this a problem (I am not asking for a psak, but for any discussion of this as a phenomenon or practice, plus any sources which deal with something like this)?

Assuming that one is forbidden from taking Judaic materials into a bathroom (referenced here http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60768/source-for-keeping-holy-books-out-of-bathroom and here Bringing wallet with benscher into bathroom) how strictly is this applied?

I was visiting my kid's dorm this morning and there is a laminated "Asher Yatzar" on the outside of the bathroom door. However, the door swings IN to the bathroom, so the printed bracha swings into the bathroom each time the door is opened. Is this a problem (I am not asking for a psak, but for any discussion of this as a phenomenon or practice, plus any sources which deal with something like this)?

Assuming that one is forbidden from taking Judaic materials into a bathroom (referenced here https://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60768/source-for-keeping-holy-books-out-of-bathroom and here Bringing wallet with benscher into bathroom) how strictly is this applied?

I was visiting my kid's dorm this morning and there is a laminated "Asher Yatzar" on the outside of the bathroom door. However, the door swings IN to the bathroom, so the printed bracha swings into the bathroom each time the door is opened. Is this a problem (I am not asking for a psak, but for any discussion of this as a phenomenon or practice, plus any sources which deal with something like this)?

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Assuming that one is forbidden from taking Judaic materials into a bathroom (referenced here http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60768/source-for-keeping-holy-books-out-of-bathroom and here Bringing wallet with benscher into bathroom) how strictly is this applied?

I was visiting my kid's dorm this morning and there is a laminated "Asher Yatzar" on the outside of the bathroom door. However, the door swings IN to the bathroom, so the printed bracha swings into the bathroom each time the door is opened. Is this a problem (I am not asking for a psak, but for any discussion of this as a phenomenon or practice, plus any sources which deal with something like this)?