In public areas like malls, restaurants, and especially cinemas, longer queues are found in ladies’ rooms.
Allow me to insulate myself from accusations of sexism by stating that I mean no offense towards ladies.
But practically speaking, ladies require twice the space and “usually” take twice as much time in the washroom compared to men. I’ll leave the visualization to you.
Simple multiplication suggests that a ladies’ washroom should be 2 X 2 = 4 times larger than that of males.
After decades of developing malls and other public establishments, why isn’t this a common practice?
Are there aspects of your business that are “equal” for all types of customers merely because of common conventions, old habits, or lazy convenience?
What if you make them “unequal”… and more practical? How would that benefit you and your customers?