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Should there be changing stations in men's restrooms?
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He just doesn't wanna change the dirty diaper in his fancy sports car
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I don't see why not. Men can change diapers too.
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22 / F / None ya business.
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It would seem convenient. It actually makes a lot of sense to do so.
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27 / M / Far west texas
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I don't have children so I never paid too much attention but I have used men's restrooms that have changing stations. Some I can think of off the top of my head was in Wal-mart and some restaurants I've been in.
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27 / F / North Carolina, USA
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Absolutely. I wouldn't want a man changing a baby's diaper on a urinal, a changing room would be super convenient.
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22 / M / AZ
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Thats what family restrooms are for.
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37 / M / SW Ontario, Canada
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Yeah, maybe it's just where I live, but changing tables in men's rooms are pretty common as it is. Many places also have separate family washrooms with changing facilities in them. I mean, if they don't there's really no reason for them not to be there but they just don't seem all that rare to me.
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I know there's one at my local Costco men's restroom. But honestly that's the only one that has one that I know of.
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There is nothing worse than a changing table out in the open in the men's room.

You are in there changing your daughter, and it always seems like there is some guy that wants to strike up a conversation. And you keep having to take your eyes off the task at hand to see if the dude is some friggin' lolicon trying to sneak a peak.

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PapaNeko wrote:

There is nothing worse than a changing table out in the open in the men's room.

You are in there changing your daughter, and it always seems like there is some guy that wants to strike up a conversation. And you keep having to take your eyes off the task at hand to see if the dude is some friggin' lolicon trying to sneak a peak.





das messed up
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Where I live in Vermont a lot of places have a changing thing in the men's restroom as well as the women's, including where I work at Home Depot. I know this not because I've been in the men's room at my work, but just because I've been told it's there. It's actually really common for a Dad to come in with their child alone without the Mom around for our store, especially if the Mom works out of the home and the Dad works for himself doing handywork or something like that. I even once had a Dad tell me that he used the changing station in the women's restroom real quick after checking to see if anyone was in there before realizing that there was one in the men's room too.
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ok.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Even dads have to step up and change a diaper or two. I think it is fine.
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MissMagicNoodles wrote:

I don't see why not. Men can change diapers too.


SHHHHHHHH.. don't say that too loud. >.>
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Yup equal responsibility in child care.
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