Men's urinals offer two distinct advantages. They use less water than a toilet flush, and there is less risk of urine missing the target because of the reduced distance.Women, however, have little (no?) risk of missing when sitting on a toilet. To use this urinal she would have to squat in what appears to be an extremely uncomfortable position after completely removing her underwear. The benefits elude me.
You don't have to remove your panties, you can just move 'em to one side. The benefit is increased flexibility. They do use less water. The design of that one seems to be pretty decent - high sides and the ball in the middle to kill spray-back. Not bad. The typical they tend to get pretty grotty because the sides are too low.For the record I HATE these things, but they're all over Asia, and my mom actually swears by them. Lots of women in Asia hate using western-style toilets because they're unhygenic - you have to sit where other people sit! Eew! (one time I was in a washroom that had western toilets - they provide them for the old and infirm - and I saw footprints on the seat. Obviously somebody had decided to adapt the western toilet to be an asian one...)Er... anyway.
Oh! Also, fewer hemorrhoids. Seriously. There's data to back that up, but I think I should go do something else now...
Do they come with the standard sign?"Our aim is to keep this washroom clean. Your aim will help too."
Mind, it's more challenging when one is wearing panty hose.
Gotta say, that first image is pretty dark, symbolically. No sooner is the kid born than THE SHADOW OF DEATH is hanging overhead. Cheery religion them Xians got, eh?
bidets are sexy!KEvron
Singapore Stylewv = heedouta"That latrine makes me feel ill. I'm gonna heedouta here!"
ordinary bog-standard old-style unisex Japanese toilet -- what, you thought everyone crapped the same way us spoiled westerners do?
Renee said... You don't have to remove your panties, you can just move 'em to one side.Won't someone please think of the poor elastics?I admit though, I like the gold lining. It's time our waste got the respect it deserves?
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