"Here’s the situation: MDW and DDW1 spent some “girl time” together Saturday afternoon, so I took the baby out on the town. During our excursion, she pooped (5 month old babies tend to do that every now and then).A changing table only in the women’s room? Not cool.I took her to the men’s restroom of this unnamed establishment and there was no changing table. I looked for a Family restroom, but there wasn’t one. Then I noticed that the women’s restroom door was propped open due to it being cleaned and there was a changing table in plain sight (pictured here).So what did I do?This time I left and changed her in the back of my SUV without raising a fuss. As I typed a lengthy email to the corporate offices, I realized that this is a huge problem. Companies like this are basically saying, “Only women can change diapers here.” It’s damn near 2014, not 1914. This is not OK with me."
I've just recently discovered this blogger and this piece in particular spoke to me as I often heard men saying they're uncomfortable or have had a bad experience using parents/family rooms.
So what do you think of this movement? Do you think steps like this would encourage men to be more hand ons in public or even at home?
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