In many parts of the US, there are large, well-organized bathrooms for men and women.
They are often staffed by people with advanced degrees, medical training and other qualifications.
The problem is that they are not being used to meet the needs of the people who live in those communities.
And as a result, those communities are being left with less than adequate coverage, according to an analysis by the National Council of La Raza, a nonprofit organization.
The report, released Tuesday, found that in some communities, women were required to cover a smaller amount of the floor space than men, which made it more difficult for them to access essential items, such as toothbrushes, toothpaste and wipes.
It also found that some women in some areas are required to take out their own bathroom towels to cover their privates in order to use the restroom.
This lack of coverage is costing the US $9 billion in lost productivity and job creation annually, the report said.
The study was conducted with the help of a large group of women in the Bay Area.
The analysis is based on data from the National Health Interview Survey, which tracks the health of Americans nationwide.
It has been conducted since 1988 and the data is now available for the first time.
The survey is administered to a national random sample of people who are between the ages of 18 and 65.
As of last summer, more than 1.2 million people in the US were living in areas that were required by law to have at least one restroom, according the National Coalition for Men.
The coalition, which advocates for more access to restrooms for men, has said that in order for the issue to be solved, more men and boys need to be educated about their rights and their rights to a free bathroom.
The Bay Area study found that the issue is even more dire for women.
The report found that a quarter of all Bay Area households were required in some way to have a bathroom, compared to 18 percent of all households nationwide.
The study also found many men are not even aware that they have to have one.
The national study, based on responses from more than 40,000 Americans, found women and girls in Bay Area cities are required by state and federal laws to use a bathroom that is at least two feet by two feet, which is about half the height of the typical bathroom.
A common solution to this issue is to require women and children to use shared bathrooms, such in the case of families or groups of people, according an article published by the New York Times earlier this month.
But that solution doesn’t help women who need to use public restrooms, said Dr. Jessica Fonseca, a clinical professor at the University of Southern California School of Medicine.
For women who do not have access to shared bathrooms but have to use their own, it’s important to remember that men can also use the facilities, FonSeca said.
This is an issue that women have to contend with all the time,” she said.
If they have access, the answer is always to have an accessible restroom.
That’s not a solution.
The solution to the issue lies with more men, she said, adding that the lack of male-friendly bathrooms is not because of a lack of demand, but because of outdated laws and policies.”
Men are going to say, ‘Why can’t I use my own bathroom?
Why can’t we have a shared bathroom?’
It’s not that there’s not demand, it is that we’re being ignored,” FonSECA said.