The majority of respondents indicated a desire to have such facilities. In the s, Alexander Kira, professor of architecture and sanitary engineering at Cornell Universityconducted studies on urination behaviour of both genders. The advantage of the unisex urinal is that it catches women's and men's urine stream earlier and thus avoids the otherwise unavoidable splashing and is thus simply more hygienic. Urinals are being developed that can be used by all sexes males, females and third sexes. But of course it's not meant for home! On a conventional toilet bowlthe "correct" use is determined by the shape of the sanitary fixture. Languages Deutsch Nederlands Edit links.
Woman pees in men’s urinal at football
They have been replaced by conventional toilets. The ultimate goal is that everyone should be able to do what they want to do, where they want to do it. The basins should be made of cast iron with enamel coating. Amongst other things, Kira investigated the body positions that males and females prefer to use when no external guidelines are given, for example while urinating in nature. That would be a total waste of time, calculated in terms of gender.