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The scar on my breast is a dark reddish brown, fading slowly at the edges. It is curved, like a parenthesis. There is a slight indentation, a flat spot under the blemish that shows when I stand in profile. The scar is hidden, even by my most revealing bathing suit. The other night I sat up, bolstered on both sides by the collection of pillows my boyfriend and I have on our bed, and picked up my phone. I found a comedy sketch on YouTube that started with a woman entering a gym. Her dark hair piled on top of her head, she carries a gym bag over her arm as she walks up to the smiling young woman in a green polo shirt at the front desk.
Women are far more likely to be sexually assaulted in unisex facilities. There are children in there. Last year, statistics revealed the majority of reported sexual assaults at swimming pools in the UK take place in unisex changing rooms. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.
When I go swimming with my son we change In private cubicle. I don't like seeing saggy body's all over the place and don't fancy anyone viewing my wobbly bits. I'm in no way a prude but there are some sights you don't need to see. I wouldnt like my 7 yr old girl to be seeing naked men and women, my oh would not dream of being naked round children in a changing room, no sorry not right in my opinion, I understand its a changing room, I dont allow my daughter to have a "proper " shower at swimming unless shes in a private cubicle, I dont think its fair on other people, I have seen this and men esp dont know where to look, I wouldnt have thought men Nd women would feel comftable getting completely nacked when other peoples children are around Sent from my GT-IN using Netmums mobile app.