I often hear women complaining about boys in the women’s restroom. They understand why they’re there and that they’re young. In fact, in most cases they have boys themselves.
My older boys can handle the men’s restroom themselves. But, I still often have to bring them in the women’s restroom because they can’t reach the soap to wash their hands. Sometimes it’s the paper towels, but almost always it’s the soap. This problem is everywhere and often. There is not always a family restroom. I wish bathroom designers would bring at least one of the soap dispensers out from behind the counter so kids with shorter arms could actually use it.