Originally Posted by kerr
Wouldn't unisex bathrooms make more sense, like everywhere? Why have 5 unused stalls in the Men's if there's a queue in the Women's, and vice-versa? However I appreciate concerns about safety and cleanliness, thus unisex may not be the perfect solution.
One other problem would be the urinal issue. If you are building a restroom for men only, you can have urinals, in order to make the line move more quickly. However, if it's going to be unisex you'd probably have to get rid of them or at least build them in a secluded sort of area so that women wouldn't have to walk by a row of men with their junk hanging out.
I once went to a gay bar that had unisex bathrooms. Both rooms consisted of a main door (with no lock on it) a stall, and a urinal. I went into the room alone and came out to find a guy using the urinal. Pretty awkward moment...