What's your opinion about choosing a place to change when you are in a public / store restroom... would you use a baby-change room or disabled-accessible cubicle if available, or would you stick to a regular bathroom stall? Both have the undeniable advantages of more space, a washbasin, a nappy disposal bin, and often space to put supplies down. These all make for a more comfortable and hygienic change especially if it's a messy one.
I am a little uncomfortable about the baby-change, because although I'm using it for its intended purpose (changing a nappy) it wasn't really provided for people like me. I wonder what people think when they see me use it, don't mind if they realise I'm going to change my own nappy, but they are more likely to assume I'm too lazy to walk another 50 feet to the ordinary bathroom or something. I also don't want to tie up the facility if there is a little one who needs changing and has to wait for me to finish. The latter point is also true about the disabled cubicle, where only one is available, although I feel a little better about it in general.
On a few occasions, I've deliberately got a nappy or some baby wipes out of my bag just as I go in, so anyone who sees me also sees that I am going to do some sort of change, even if it's not clear that it's my own.
What's your take on this?