I have no condemnation for people of alternative lifestyles and I'm not homophobic, but the subject is about men who dressess up as females and thinks that it entitles them to the use of female changing rooms in departmental stores. The incident came to my attention when I visited my local Primark store in Manchester. This person was standing in the queue in front of me and was clearly a man, dressed up as a woman. To my surprise, the member of staff allowed this man into the women's changing room with no questions asked, and I'm sure, it would not be the first time. I don't know if it is political correctness or wanting to appear as tolerant and not discriminatory on the part of Primark, but I found it very offensive and disrespectful as a woman. There should be a clear distinction in the provision of facilities and services geared towards the male and female, regardless of their sexual orientation. It could be a mother, sister, daughter or a vulnerable female relative of yours in the changing rooms. Women seeing each other near naked might be a bit uncomfortable sometimes, but a random guy from the streets who is not your husband/boyfriend This demeaning of woman-hood must stop Now.
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alex s f, Sweden5 years ago Comments: may God save d souls of our female gender evll mainded people.
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Abby, United Kingdom5 years ago Comments: I think its wrong and the store in question or any store that agrees with the practice, for the purpose of political correctness, should have another rethink of their policy.
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