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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I think that after hollywood statement that all men won't do it. She was just saying that is a kind of man that will.



    Just like you are irritating other posters with your poster with your "no men will do it." Even when poster have seen it or had their dh do it.




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    Probably not accurate. Just because I've not seen it done doesn't mean it hasn't happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Anyway let's leave it you've clarified your post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    It's not a character trait where a person takes their child to the toilet. It's just a preference. I didn't see it as part of the measure of the man DH is where he would take the kids to the toilet.

    you may not have meant it that way but that's how it came across and not just to me.
    Not sure I see the logic in this. Out preference are shaped by our culture, life experience .... And character traits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Not sure I see the logic in this. Out preference are shaped by our culture, life experience .... And character traits.
    I'm not following you. I said I don't consider this a character trait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    You are wrong.

    Men will and do. I seen a few over the years.




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    Of course you have, this is BubHub land where anything can and does happen. I've personally never seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Me either. Ever. Kind if irritating me how many posters are carrying on like every man would happily take their daughter into a women's toilet. It's not going to happen!!! Men just won't do it!!
    I had never seen it happen before until last night! I was out at a kids show and a dad needed to take his daughter to the toilet. He got someone to come in and call out to ask ladies in the loos minded if he could bring his daughter in. No one said otherwise so he came in the ladies and stood outside her cubicle door while she went. Needless to say he looked more uncomfortable than any of us women in there!! Made me think if this thread

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    My DH can't seem to no pee on the seat at home. I can't imAgine what he'd be like using unisex toilets!!

    Separate ladies for me thanks or I'll never be able to sit on toilet seat out and about again!

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    I went out to a gig last night and had the pleasure of coming across blood on the toilet seat and toilet paper dispenser (in the women's toilet). Almost took a photo for this thread!

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    This thread has gone around and around in circles!!! Parent room or the accessible toilet as first preference if I have the pram. If not then I would take dd to the ladies or DF would take her in the men's. It's pretty simple and I don't believe it is traumatizing or corrupting. My DD will quite happily annoy DF while he is on the toilet( much to his distress!) and uses the open toilets with all the other boys and girls at daycare. It is physical anatomy and really she's not going to see much anyway. She's probably more likely to see something inappropriate when we take her to the football and there is a streaker! Or when she decides to run in on mummy and daddy's 'special cuddles' and ask for a ride too...I believe everyone needs to stop being so freaking uptight. When your child is desperate to whizz your not going to stand there debating whether it is PC to take you kid in the men's or the ladies!!!

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    What about dads and sons? Which toilet should a dad take his 3/4/5 year old son to?


 

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