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Toilets in space are a bit more complicated than those on Earth. Don DeBold via Wikipedia

How do astronauts go to the bathroom in space?

Going to the bathroom is much more complicated in space without any gravity. To solve this problem of tricky orbital potty breaks, NASA builds special toilets that work without gravity.
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Do men really take longer to poo?

If you believe the memes, men spend ages in the toilet. But they’re not always pooing. Here’s what they’re really doing.
We need a toilet design solution that suits local people’s needs. Hafidz Alifuddin/Pexels.com

We should talk more about toilets

Communication between programmers and local communities can provide good opportunities in the toilet prototyping process from the beginning of the design process.
Women spend more time in a cubicle than men, mostly for biological reasons. from shutterstock.com

Why queues for women’s toilets are longer than men’s

Men spend, on average, around 60 seconds in a toilet, while women spend 90. This is for many reasons, including biology. This leads to a bottleneck that keeps women waiting around to use the loo.

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