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CindyLouCovington:
Perhaps the most practical is to have urinal rooms,obviously men only.and unisex toilet rooms.this would eliminate women having to go into a unisex room with men at urinals, and since toilets are eclosed and seperate little rooms each one,this solves the privacy issuesMen don't bother with toilets unless they have to defecate.Usually they use the urinals.This seems to me to be the best solution.

Gertrude:
George Carlin said urinals are 50% universal.


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Jessica:

--- Quote from: CindyLouCovington on February 10, 2019, 09:14:53 pm ---Perhaps the most practical is to have urinal rooms,obviously men only.and unisex toilet rooms.this would eliminate women having to go into a unisex room with men at urinals, and since toilets are eclosed and seperate little rooms each one,this solves the privacy issuesMen don't bother with toilets unless they have to defecate.Usually they use the urinals.This seems to me to be the best solution.

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Interesting thought.  The urinal room should be considerably smaller though.

snbab:

--- Quote from: CindyLouCovington on February 10, 2019, 09:14:53 pm ---Perhaps the most practical is to have urinal rooms,obviously men only.and unisex toilet rooms.this would eliminate women having to go into a unisex room with men at urinals, and since toilets are eclosed and seperate little rooms each one,this solves the privacy issuesMen don't bother with toilets unless they have to defecate.Usually they use the urinals.This seems to me to be the best solution.

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As a truck driver delivering to Target stores, in the storage/back areas (employees only), the newer stores have unisex restrooms. Most only have a toilet. A few also have a urinals. The common factor is one person at a time, lock the door when you enter, unlock as you leave. So there is no need to be concerned as to how you present vrs your physical parts.

In high usage locations, such as theaters, I like your idea of urinal rooms, and separate rooms with enclosed private toilets.

jill610:
In Philadelphia, unisex restrooms have been gaining in popularity. All that I have see are just a bunch of single stall toilets, I have never seen urinals either in the open or in stalls and would probably turn around if I saw them in the open.

The point is to minimize the amount of space used for restrooms while having enough to keep lines and complaints to a minimum, so having a second room and infrastructure (plumbing, footprint, maintenance and cleaning) would seem to defeat the purpose of unisex restrooms.

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