So, am I the only one who wonders about the layout of these stalls? It's like the designers have to have all these things checked off on their list but they don't think about how best to make it work.
I understand the larger stall, I understand the bar and the higher seat.
But seriously? If I, as a mostly able bodied person, struggle to reach toilet paper that is basically hanging on the ground, how on earth is a handicapped person supposed to be able to easily reach that? Shouldn't it be higher? In fact, why are so many of the toilet paper dispensers so low? I'm not even tall and I find them too low in general.
Is it because they have to have that bar in there? But then who decided that the toilet paper had to be super low? If they are sitting on the higher seat, wouldn't it be easier to reach?