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    I just googled the local area as well. I was surprised by how many shopping centre toilet blocks were listed. I don't want my boys ever going to the male toilets. You'd think toilets in busy areas like food courts and major shopping centres wouldn't attract such seedy behaviour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lineyb73 View Post
    Where are you finding the list if toilets. Have a ds and would like to know where to be mindful of. Know of one toilet block on other side of town but have not heard of any around here

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    Will PM you now.

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    Well more then one but really!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    Slightly OT, but those of you with young sons - do you take them into the cubicle with you in the Ladies'? This sounds like a dumb question but something I've never thought about. Have a baby DS...
    DS always comes in with me, many gay friends told me never to let him go to public toilets in parks ( not for pedo reasons but in case he walked into a beat and saw inappropriate things !) so even when he is older I still would not let him go in unless I actually went it first to check it out or if he was with DH

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    I have never been more glad that I have daughters than reading this thread. At least I never have to worry about them going to public toilets alone.

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    What on earth are you googling to find this stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    What on earth are you googling to find this stuff?

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    No .

    ETA you will also find swin.gers and or.gy meeting places.

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    I'm not sure I buy the idea that they're in there because they're ashamed even though there's nothing more shameful to some people than being gay ...except maybe having sex in a public place with strangers several times a week :0. And just in case anyone wants to jump on my head. I'm not saying that I think being gay is shameful at all** I was referring to other people not me.
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    I'm with @wannawannabe I think it's sad for those married men who cannot face their sexuality and also for their families.
    For those that are just doing it for fun...not my cup of tea!! I know of a few beats near us- seems primarily a night time thing, thank goodness- I don't want to walk in on anyone DTD, gay or straight

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    I remember learning from a young age what toilets never too go in under any circumstances.
    I find it absolutely disgusting that they use these public toilets to do this in (clarify I have no problem with them being gay it's the location) it's the innocent people who aren't aware of what's going on in there

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