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Leisure centre scraps plan to ditch female changing rooms amid 'sexism' row.

WILL NEVER allow my young daughter to get dressed and undressed in front of men. Get a life!

Rosie Raine WHAT if us women don't want to get changed in front of men? I don't like getting changed in front of anyone but certainly not random men. And how come men get to keep their changing area? I've been in centres where there are men's only, women's only and a communal area, why can't this be possibility? Rachael Cunnett MY local pool has communal changing rooms with lockable changing cubicles. The Haven holiday places are the same. I don't understand what the issue is here. There are plenty of pools/ leisure centres that have communal changing areas. Niamh Ni Neill

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Publication:Manchester Evening News (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Date:Feb 21, 2019
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