A bathroom stall is an enclosed private space with a toilet or urinal available for use by the general public. Stalls vary in additional accommodations beyond toilet paper that range from a coat hook, trash bin, and toilet seat covers dispensers. Public toilets were originally created as part of the sanitation system used throughout Ancient Rome. Today, bathroom stalls are found within public restrooms and further separated into both male and female facilities. Wheelchair accessible bathroom stalls feature wider doors, grab bars, and sufficient space to turn within the stall. In many Asian and African cultures, squat type toilets in stalls are more popular, as they are regarded as more hygienic.