Re: inserting a clause that encourages users to remember to put the seat down afterwards
Anyone who has done a basic course in logic or optimised game theory realises this as the obvious fallacy it is.
In a properly multigender loo, simply leaving the seat where you last put it is by far and away the optimal way to minimise seat activity.
It's a stream of females. Leaving it where it is is the same as remembering to put it down
It's a stream of males, and so putting it down is two seat movements per urination. a complete waste of effort.
Its a a random stream of either. So on balance there is a 50:50 chance of the seat being in the right place already. So that's one seat movement for every other gender that arrives. 50% seat movement per urination.
It's completely clear that putting the seat down is an obvious case of female laziness and sexism, since its net result is that females do no work, and it's all done my men, and it costs more than any other solution.
Beforr feminism: chopping wood and fetching water and getting nagged.
After feminism: chopping wood and fetching water AND putting the seat down afterwards and getting nagged more.
Ergo, the true purpose of feminism is to give women even more scope for nagging.