I prefer unisex toilets to be built Toilets in which there is a separate comp
I prefer unisex toilets to be built Toilets in which there is a separate compartment for urinals to be used by men and another compartment for cubicles to be used by everyone. benefits less lines(separate compartments for urinals-so any gender is not uncomfortable seeing men peeing at urinals, therefore everyone gets privacy) less architectural land space less gender differences, boys and girls will see each other as equal(not so sure how) people will be less shy in front of other gender problems harassment in toilets if there is no supervisor, we can't even install cameras, and we can't keep a security guard in every toilet harassment problems depend on mindset of people, if we have civilised people, it won't happen one gender being not comfortable with sharing toilet seats with other gender(but they are comfortable doing so at home, so i think, the problem is not with sharing the toilet but with something else) men using toilet seats immaturely can urinals be removed? should men be asked to use normal toilet cubicles? I say no. having to use cubicles just to pee will form long queues. using urinals is more easier than to use cubicles to pee and also to maintain cleanliness is easier.
- Akbar Surani, Hyderabad/New Delhi Nov 18, 2015