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    Traumatise??




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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I have two sons. And that situation hasnt ever risen. But if it did, id take the older one (9) into the mens toilet, and the younger one into the womens. Because he wont hafto walk past naked flaps on his way to using the toilet in that one.
    See this is a strange one isn't it.
    At 9 they're really old enough to use a toilet by themselves so we'd look strange accompanying them into the male toilets, but there's NO WAY would I let them use a mens toilet by themselves at 9.
    I know too many people who have had their kids approached/touched up in male toilets to know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    Traumatise??



    Yeah OK a bit OTT but have you gone into a mens toilet.
    They're WEIRD!
    You really get the feeling you have stepped in to their territory.
    That's my feeling on it, and a child's world is so much more vivid and impressionable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Could be...?
    But lets traumatise a young girl by sending her into an all male environment to pee instead, in the off chance that some other little girl might be in the ladies, peeing with the door open????
    Shouldn't a 5yr old should have the door closed.
    I don't want to see other peoples children peeing either.
    I believe I explained this yesterday. She is now 5 and yes shuts the door.

    Geez all these people traumatised by men's toilets. Oh the humanity!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Yeah OK a bit OTT but have you gone into a mens toilet.
    They're WEIRD!
    You really get the feeling you have stepped in to their territory.
    That's my feeling on it, and a child's world is so much more vivid and impressionable.

    Yep - often.
    Ever been to a music festival? The line up for the womens is ALWAYS massive! pffft...I want to enjoy the shows, not line up to pee!

    Also - I have a father, when ever we went somewhere with him, we would go to use the men's.

    Maybe I have just built up a tolerance for the whiff of a urinal cake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Yeah OK a bit OTT but have you gone into a mens toilet.
    They're WEIRD!
    You really get the feeling you have stepped in to their territory.
    That's my feeling on it, and a child's world is so much more vivid and impressionable.
    But what about a young boy stepping inside a female toilet and into female territory?

    Poor impressionable young lads.

    All that hair brushing and lipstick application. Not to mention the *whispers* sanitary bins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    But what about a young boy stepping inside a female toilet and into female territory?

    Poor impressionable young lads.

    All that hair brushing and lipstick application. Not to mention the *whispers* sanitary bins.


    breathes...





    ETA> what is this *whisper* business? ...my lot announce at the perfect volume that takes advantage of the acoustics a public toilet has to offer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    But what about a young boy stepping inside a female toilet and into female territory?

    Poor impressionable young lads.

    All that hair brushing and lipstick application. Not to mention the *whispers* sanitary bins.

    No comparison really.
    Most little boys are at home with the mothers all day, not letting her close the door to pee, he's seen it all already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    But what about a young boy stepping inside a female toilet and into female territory?

    Poor impressionable young lads.
    Or grown men having to step into a women's toilets. DH said he had visions of some old lady beating him over the head with her umbrella screaming PEEEERVERT!!!!

    I think it's interesting that some women expect their partners to go into a women's toilet, but every single DH asked in this thread has clearly said they would rather take their daughter to the men's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    No comparison really.
    Most little boys are at home with the mothers all day, not letting her close the door to pee, he's seen it all already.
    Do girls never see their fathers go to the toilet?


 

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