[Tagging] Tag proposal for gender-neutral toilets on diversity-talk
voschix at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 21:47:44 UTC 2021
I have always shied away from mapping toilet details for the above
mentioned reasons and some more aspects:
(a am male)
Many female friends and family prefer toilets where the seats are
gender-separated. And that not for any abstract principle, but because
female toilets tend to be cleaner.
Another issue is that in some countries or regions within countries you may
find unisex toilets that many females find difficult:
an anteroom with a handwashing basin, a urinal, and, beyond that one or two
cabins, possible even gender-labeled.
So if we try to redefine the toilet tagging, lets try to meet also these
requirements: indicate if seats are unisex, and if ladies have to risk
passing urinating males before they reach their safe cucbicle.
(apologies for being so direct)
On Tue, 23 Mar 2021 at 21:31, Paul Allen <pla16021 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Mar 2021 at 18:28, Tobias Zwick <osm at westnordost.de> wrote:
>> The information we want to record is really if one toilet (anteroom) is
>> shared by all or not.
> That doesn't really cover all the possibilities. Around here, the common
> situation for male toilets is an "anteroom" with sink, one or more urinals,
> and one or more cubicles. I assume the female tolilets are the same
> but without the urinals. Each sex has its own separate "anteroom"
> and the anterooms have their own entrances from the outside world.
> Newer, unisex design has a single large cubicle directly entered
> from the outside world with a toilet bowl and a sink. Pretty much
> a wheelchair design but without the wide door, floor clearances,
> and alarm functions.
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