Just noticed something.
Why is it the case that most of the toilets adapted for disabled persons I have found myself using (consequentially — the other toilets are shut, not available, its the nearest, etc), be it at an airport, library, school hostel, shopping centre and other places, have had no mirror inside them?
Do I enter the wrong toilets? Is the absence a cost saving exercise? Or are there some other sinister reasons behind this?
- Take a mirror self portrait (journeyamerica.wordpress.com)
- The Person in the Mirror (findingmyworth.wordpress.com)
- Mirror, Mirror in My Hand, Who’s the Fairest in the Land? (bellasugar.com)
- Mirror Mirror… (gypsyluster.wordpress.com)
- Public Toilet On The Street Made Of One-Way Mirrors (techandle.com)
- The Case of the Overflowing Toilet (The Cascade Effect): Or, Why I’m Always Flat Broke…. (dje1231.wordpress.com)