If youre a woman in Mumbai who uses the railways to travel long distances every day, youre no stranger to the public toilets available at every railway station. You might have used it whenever you need to pee or during those common emergencies during your period. You might even have tried a quick makeover there before heading from work to a family function in the evenings. Whatever the scenario might have been, its likely that your encounter with the railway public toilets have been anything but pleasant, all thanks to the dismal state of sanitation, cleanliness and hygiene at these facilities.More often than not, these public toilets are dirty, stinky and barely equipped to handle womens needswhether its during periods or beyond it. What do women passengers who have no option but to use these public toilets have to say about their experiences? What do they find unfair about the entire situation? And can anything be done to alleviate the problems women accessing Mumbais public toilets face? To address all these questions, Her Circle talked to Mumbais daily women passengers at length. Watch the video to know more.