[OSM-talk] [Diversity-talk] How do you mapping gender neutral toilets? What should the unisex tag mean?
winfixit at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 23:44:18 UTC 2018
What I see most often is a room with toilets for men, another room with
toilets for women and a toilet for people with disabilities, usually a
somewhat higher pot in a relatively big room with a larger door. The last
one is gender neutral, of course. I don't think anyone maps that
explicitly, as it goes without saying.
If there is only 1 toilet, wouldn't it always be gender neutral? Are we
soon going to find 4 different toilet doors in buildings, male, female,
disabled and "something else"?
2018-04-26 1:00 GMT+02:00 Nicolás Alvarez <nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com>:
> 2018-04-25 19:21 GMT-03:00 Tobias Knerr <osm at tobias-knerr.de>:
> > On 25.04.2018 15:23, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
> >> Unisex=yes is defined as a shortcut for male=yes + female=yes
> > This may be a stupid question, but where are you all getting this
> > definition from?
> > I assumed the key already had the meaning that Rory is suggesting here.
> > And at least on the Key:unisex and Tag:amenity=toilet wiki pages, I see
> > nothing to contradict that.
> > The former page mentions that the tag implies male=yes and female=yes,
> > but "implies" should not be confused with "is equivalent to".
> If most existing data is using unisex to mean "there are both male and
> female toilets", then it doesn't matter one bit what the wiki says.
> Reusing the tag to mean "there are gender-neutral toilets" will cause
> confusion with that existing data.
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