You locate the nearest restroom and, upon entering the stall, discover the previous occupant left you a little gift - a few droplets scattered on the seat. Ew.
You move to the next stall and there it is again, pee on the seat. What's going on? Did you accidentally walk into a kids-only restroom? Why can't grown women manage to use a public restroom without leaving a little souvenir behind?
I think I know the core of the problem. It's the age old dilemma women have faced since the first public outhouse was created - sit or squat? Squatting keeps your delicate area away from potentially germ-infested grossness but seriously ups the chances of a little sprinkle on seat. Sitting, on the other hand, would almost definitely prevent sprinkling but that means your skin has to touch a seat that, let's face it, has probably been peed on many times over.
The way I see it, we have a few options, ladies. We need to bond together in this thing called womanhood and keep our public restrooms free from seat pee. Whether you choose to sit or squat, please, I beg you in the name of all that is good, use those conveniently placed seat liners (or even a few sheets of toilet paper for heaven's sake!) no matter what. It's the simplest solution. That way, if you choose to squat and your aim is off, at least there's something protecting the seat and if you choose to sit, you'll have a little buffer for your bum. See - simple!
And for those of you who can't be bothered with seat liners - if you sprinkle when you tinkle, please be neat and wipe the seat.
Oh, and one more thing, make sure you flush the dang toilet. I'm not talking about just pushing the handle and walking away. Take a few extra seconds to make sure your deposit went down successfully and if it didn't, flush again. Let's just agree here and now to show a little bathroom courtesy to our fellow women. It's the least we can do for each other.