Why has it apparently never occurred to architects or designers to actually ask disabled people about accessibility? Like genuinely. Just grab a handful of us and ask if something will work, and if not, what would work better.
If this had happened, almost every disabled toilet would be totally different, for a start.
I have an unusually tiny wheelchair and I can barely turn around in most of them. You’d think “enough space for a wheelchair” might be quite high on the list, but apparently it is not.
What *is* on the list? Apart from “disabled people don’t need a mirror, silly” and “put the baby changing unit in there for some reason”?
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