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Why do public restroom toilet seats have a gap in the middle of the front?

The front of the toilet seat has a chance of being covered in urine. People avoid contact with the seat if there is a big, open gap at the front. It's intended to allow women to wipe the perineal area after using the toilet without touching it.

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