A friend of mine was standing outside the entrance to a public toilet and having an intent discussion with her small son.
"That door leads to the ladies' toilets," she explained. See - there's a picture of lady in a skirt. I go in there-
"No!" The child was distressed. He pointed to the second sign of a stick gentleman. "You go in that door."
"Why?" Mum was puzzled.
My friend wasn't wearing a skirt. She was in trousers. Her toddler, it appeared, wanted her to go through the door marked by the stick figure in trousers.
Oh dear. Is this a conversation all mums go through?
Apparently there wasn't a woman within coo-eee of my friend who was wearing a skirt. So, should toilet signs all around the world be changed? And, if so, to what...?