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    Quote Originally Posted by kim85 View Post
    Each has cubicles so I wouldn't see an issue with dh taking daughter to male toilets cubicle. No one can see a thing. In regards to getting dressed I just do it in a quiet spot with towel around them.
    It's more because of men using the urinals rather than them seeing a girl using the toilet (including that it may make the men feel uncomfortable if a young girl comes in while they are using the urinal).

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