|United States bills are very close to 6" long and 2" wide and are useful for estimating sizes.|
An actual toilet seat seen in a house where real people live. The opening in the seat measures 7.5" in length and slightly less in width.
Aesthetically, the seat is well proportioned to the petite room.
As a normal sized male who needed to execute Play #2, it was sadly lacking in all dimensions, especially length.
I grumbled to Mrs ERJ that I was tempted to waste a chapstick to draw a crime-scene profile of some junk on the front of the seat to illustrate the impossibility of making everything fit. She told me to "shush". I am sure she understood that I would not draw normal sized junk. Nope, I pictured King Kong sized junk.
I cannot believe that such a male-unfriendly piece of hardware is manufactured and sold in the United States. It is the equivalent of installing only wall-mounted urinals in a lady's room. This will get to be more of an issue as all restrooms go uni-sex and fixtures are priced solely on lowest cost.