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    If we had a daughter DF would take her to the parents room. I haven't been any places where there isn't one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    They dont propella their doodles spraying wee everywhere or pork sword fight?

    Interesting...

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    In nearly nine years of parenting a girl the situation has never arisen! There has always been a disabled toilet or a parents room so DH has just used one of those whenever he's had DD solo.

    If he had to, I think it would depend on where he was, the state or the loos, the people around etc... as to which toilet he would go into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    In nearly nine years of parenting a girl the situation has never arisen! There has always been a disabled toilet or a parents room so DH has just used one of those whenever he's had DD solo.

    If he had to, I think it would depend on where he was, the state or the loos, the people around etc... as to which toilet he would go into.
    I can't think of a time it's happen to us either. Dd1 is 20.

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    @Zombie eyes why was it harsh? Seriously I can't understand why anyone not faced with this problem would have such strong views.

    My DH would fly to the moon before going into a busy women's toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    In nearly nine years of parenting a girl the situation has never arisen! There has always been a disabled toilet or a parents room so DH has just used one of those whenever he's had DD solo.

    If he had to, I think it would depend on where he was, the state or the loos, the people around etc... as to which toilet he would go into.
    I agree. I think people are really overthinking it.

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    When we were kids, dad used to take my sister and I to the cricket/football on the weekends when mum was at work. He would always take us to a cubicle in the men's toilets, but cover our eyes so we didn't see all the drunk men with their willies out trying to pee in the trough. It was during these trips out where we were also taught to never touch the soles of a mans shoes haha. Once he felt comfortable with the 2 of us together, he would let us go into the ladies toilets alone together but wait right outside for us. Never had an issue.

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    I live rurally and it's amazing the number of places that still don't have a disabled toilet built separately. A lot of places will have a disabled cubicle in both the ladies and mens. And don't get me started on the change table in the ladies situation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    @Zombie eyes why was it harsh? Seriously I can't understand why anyone not faced with this problem would have such strong views.

    My DH would fly to the moon before going into a busy women's toilet.
    I must admit when I first read the comment my first thought was harsh as well. Maybe it's just the way it's written and comes across iykwim

    As to the subject I would not let my dd ever go into the men's bathrooms. I may be a prude but I just don't want her seeing men at the urinals. I don't care if men use the female loos - they can't see anything I wouldn't do in public like make up or washing hands.

    If older women have an issue then tough.

    Although hopefully this issue won't or rarely will come up with access to disabled toilets nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I live rurally and it's amazing the number of places that still don't have a disabled toilet built separately. A lot of places will have a disabled cubicle in both the ladies and mens. And don't get me started on the change table in the ladies situation!
    Really? I'm in the bush too and we have disabled facilities down the main street, at the district club/recreation centre and at the aquatic centre - which are pretty much your only places to go lol!


 

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