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    I'm confused by all the talk of frank and beans and exposed penises. All the men I have ever seen pee (and it's been too many for my liking) only ever pull out the very end of their penis. Do men really get their whole penis and testicles out?

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    Nope sorry nancy they do this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XO8YeQ60CFY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishimojin View Post
    Quite frankly I couldn't care less which toilet (men's / ladies) your husbands/partners took your daughter's into. We have three daughter's, my husband takes them into the men's cubicles if need be. If parents rooms are available use he uses that.

    As a mother of a disabled daughter I find people in this thread's perceived entitlement to use the disabled toilet appalling. Sure if the toilet doubles as a disabled / parents room go right ahead. If not, then don't use it!!!
    99% of the time the baby change table IS in the disabled toilet, I see you mentioned that but I find it ridiculous that you can't have empathy for a mother with a pram or someone with a trolley full of groceries to use a disabled toilet. After all having adequate room to fit a wheelchair in as well as a carer is why these toilets were provided in the first place which is exactly the sort of issue a mum with a double pram also faces (ie. room to fit a pram and help with toileting toddlers).

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    DH takes dd into the men's with him if the disabled or parent toilet are unavailable. I think I'd feel a bit uncomfortable with a man in the ladies toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Nope sorry nancy they do this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XO8YeQ60CFY
    I'm totally using the male toilets from now on.

    They are FAR more exciting.

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    My dd goes to the men's toilets with dh to use a cubicle if she needs to go when they are out together and no disabled toilet avaliable (She's 3). She is in good hands with someone that I trust above all others to protect her.
    It's a non issue in our household.. No different to me taking ds to the womens toilet.

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    So many people concerned that their daughters might 'smell a stinky toilet'... - do you show the same concern for your sons?

    Princess syndrome much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishimojin View Post
    I don't care how often they are used. You are not disabled don't use it. There is simply no excuse. People without disability often see "no problem" with using facilities which are designed for people with accessibility issues, people for which there is no other option. You are able bodied, you have access to other facilities with numerous cubicles yet use the disabled toilet simply for convenience and to make life easier for yourself.
    I have a daughter with a disability. .. I don't see a problem with 'abled' people using the disabled toilet. Sometimes you just need to. My dd is still in the pram but when she is older I still wouldn't have a problem if I'm waiting with her to use the disabled toilet and a mum comes out of it with a pram and a young one.

    Also how can you tell if the person is 'disabled'? Not all disabled people are in wheelchairs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    So many people concerned that their daughters might 'smell a stinky toilet'... - do you show the same concern for your sons?

    Princess syndrome much
    Yep ^ - I'm a "what's good for the goose is good for the gander" type.

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    I have an issue with public toilets in general lol

    My dd is 3 and thinks the man sign on the door is for when you wear shorts - she wears shorts ALL THE TIME!
    Try explaining - no if you have a Gina you go into the dress signed door and a p.enis is the man signed door.

    And then .... Has to announce it to everyone!!


 

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