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Hey, its a very common design , we see this all over Asia and is 500 times more hygenic than having to squat on a seat used n abused by everyone.
Its a pity its not very popular.
And BTW in yoga its the best position and the most natural for humans.
The people who run the Autoroute du Soleil (obviously no women among them) agree with you.
I am 100% sure you are male.
Actually, I agree with Rainman, and I am a woman, and I am not alone in my opinion. I would much rather use a Turkish toilet than squat on a repulsive seat, if one is lucky enough to find a seat (the toilets at CineCite Les Halles don’t seem to have any seats, necessitating even more awkwardness to avoid sitting on a narrow rim of porcelain!). Though I do understand that using a Turkish toilet requires flexibility and balance, not to mention the rolling up of pants, and is not for everyone.
On a side note; this photo is taken at La Perle no??
I love Paris and everything about her but…. les toilettes leave a lot to be desired. It’s the 21st Century. Please don’t ask me to use the above mentioned. I can’t. Don’t ask why!