> Men pass urine by standing at the urinals in Washroom.
> Whereas Women need separate cubicle for passing urine.
> Women show resistance for drinking water with fear of waiting/finding washroom.
> This cause health issues like high incidence of urinary tract and bladder infections.
> Men Washroom and Women Washroom are generally equal size.
> This cause Women to wait more and need more time than men.
Proposed Solution (after research conducted on Potty Parity)
> Women washroom should be double the size of Men washroom.
> Also, count of public toilets for women should be double count of Men’s toilets.
> Size: U.S. state laws vary between 1:1, 3:2, and 2:1 ratios for Women/Men public toilets.
> Size: Guangzhou-China set standard for Women toilet to 1.5 times to men’s toilets.
> Count: Mumbai-India had 5,993 public toilets for men with 3,536 for women.
> Count: Delhi-India had 1,534 public toilets for men and 132 for women in year 2009.