Sectarian? Yes. Apocalyptic? Yes. But also private and hygienic!

Sectarian? Yes. Apocalyptic? Yes. But also private and hygienic! 

The Dead Sea Scrolls and Josephus indicate that the Qumran sect differed from other Jews and Romans in being concerned with toilet privacy and modesty. Their permanent, built toilet facilities (such as the one at Qumran) were enclosed, roofed rooms with doors that could be closed to shield the user from view. Furthermore, sectarian law required that the excrement be buried in a pit.”
— Jodi Magness, The Archaeology of the Holy Land, 128-129.

If I ever participate in time travel, and I go to the first century, to Judea, I think I may have to join the Qumranites for this very reason.