In the past, I never had a problem with unisex changing rooms... usually people tend to mind their own business and go about their day. It wasn't until last year...I was in a unisex changing room trying on a couple of items when I heard a man moaning in the stall next to mine. I had no idea if he was staring at me through a peephole or if he was getting off at the thought of being in a mixed changing room...I don't know... but...the situation fucked with my mind! I am traumatized.... my paranoia and discomfort in unisex spaces has peaked an all-time high! You think that in these type of situations you'll know what to do...but you don't it catches you off guard and disturbs your entire spirit. I can't sleep at night knowing that men want access to female-only spaces. I wish they'd leave us alone.
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No Conflict, They SAid
In Australia and around the world, legislation is being introduced that replaces sex with gender identity. Advocates insist that there is no conflict of interest. But governments are not collecting data on the impacts of this legislative change. We're worried about the impacts on women of men using women-only spaces, including but not limited to: changing rooms, fitting rooms, bathrooms, shelters, rape and domestic violence refuges, gyms, spas, sports, schools, accommodations, hospital wards, shortlists, prizes, quotas, political groups, prisons, clubs, events, festivals, dating apps, and language. If we can't collect data, we can at least collect stories. Please tell us how your use of women-only spaces has been impacted. All stories will be published anonymously. If you know of other women who have been impacted, please encourage them to tell their stories too.
This site is run from Australia, New Zealand members of the LGB Defence, and supported by LGB Alliance.
organizations working to protect women-only spaces
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