Toilets should be redesigned

Published 8:06 am Friday, April 29, 2016

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Here I go again, putting in my two cents worth: A solution to the present complaint from the LGBT group about restroom access in schools.

I suggest that the restrooms be redesigned to have individual toilets with locked doors and walls from ceiling to floor.  As the person leaves the individual toilet, they would be in a large area with hand washing and drying stations.

The door leading to the area would have the male/female/wheelchair access symbols.  There would be no need for urinals or extra commodes.


Peter Rubalcaba