While bath-houses here are classless and have co-ed sections, bathhouses in Romani and Amoth tend to be either a men’s bathhouse or a women’s bathhouse, but not a mixture of genders. There are also ones specifically for a certain social class, or off-hours where plebs can use the bathhouse where the upper-classes don’t have to see them or smell them. And children are only allowed in bathhouses in Perdwat, but in separate family sections. In other places, children are washed at home, or not at all.
Image description: interior of the bathhouse. A curved colonnade, dimly lit, with bathers (men and women of all races) milling about, steam emanating from doors hidden by columns.