1. Why are the men's restrooms always closer than the women's?
If you take notice I think you'll find this is often the case. Airports don't count. People come from both directions. In restaurants, hotels, malls, to name a few the men's room is always closer as you walk down the hallway. Some are across from each other, but when one is nearer that one is usually a men's. Why is that? Are all the architects male, or is there a rule?
2. This brings the second question in this topic, can't the architects figure out that women need at least twice or three times the size of restroom stalls than they think? Think about that for a minute. You ladies know this. It's a common discussion point as we stand in long lines outside the ladie's room in any large venue.
You would think the planners would figure this out. At least female ones and push for alterations to fix the the problem. Maybe we women should that the next step and simply enter men's rooms instead of waiting in line. Having lines if ladies standing, waiting by the urinals while they pee would fix the matter fairly quickly, IMHO.