We have many that use one bathroom, but not all. Starbucks has one bathroom, I never use it, but there not shopped. Why would a woman use the men's bathroom when the woman's is available, doesn't make sense.
I often use 'the other' restroom because many times they are out of soap & I won't touch anything unless I am able to wash up afterward. Most the time I'm only in there just to wash anyway. I always knock first.
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Not on a shop, but I really had to use the bathroom when I was in a grocery store. The women's bathroom was out of order, so I went to use the men's bathroom. It was disgusting. I ended up holding it until I was blue in the face. I went home.
"There's so much trouble in this world; surrounded by miracles" - Citizen Cope
When I do shops that have individual single-stall restrooms, I suggest that they both be made into unisex restrooms. This is just more practical, since it reduces waiting when there are two available, and with gender identity issues being more common it is just more modern. If men's rooms are often dirty, they just need to be checking their restrooms more often, since both genders should have clean restrooms.
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