So in most supermarkets, in the UK anyway. Where the toilets are, they have four rooms. The male toilets, the girls toilets, the disabled toilet and the baby change.
I've never had any problems going into the babychange when I was younger I used to go in for curiosity.
Anyway back to the point, the normal male toilets are awquard, I can't change standing up and it just feels awquard since the cubicals have the top and bottom parts exposed. Obviously girls toilets are no different really to a guys just without urinals, and I'm a guy so that's defiantly without a doubt inappropriate.
The disabled toilets, I get the room to myself. But it's not a changing room, it only has a floor to change on and it's cold.
The baby change I also get the room to my self, and they have a changing table, and I use adult nappies so people would just think I'm IC, which I'm not so maybe that's immoral?
I mess my nappy as well, and it's ushually not to nice. And waiting till I get back home isn't always an option.
Anyway what do you all think?
Do you ever use the babychanging rooms?