#dadsforchange scores major victory in high street campaign

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6 Comments

  1. Jim Flowers

    Great result Al, fantastic campaign and fantastic response from Strada too. :-)

    • Al Ferguson

      Thanks Jim :) Appreciate your support. Need you get you writing on The Dad Network again!

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  3. Rachel

    As a mum that has infiltrated your site because of some great posts on car seats etc I would like to say I am completely behind this campaign-I am always surprised when there are no unisex change facilities. My husband often changes our 2 children when out or we do a joint effort for the 2 of them! One of the funniest and most heartwarming anecdotes we have is in a McDonald’s in Mauritius when my son was 6 months old. I was still eating and my husband went to change my son. We just expected unisex change facilities but when he asked they seemed embarrassed that the only facilities were in the ladies and led him to the staff room and offered for him to use the table in there – Edward was changed with all the staff (mainly women) giving him loads of attention! I think a dad doing the changing was a bit of a novelty!

    • Rachel

      My husband wanted me to add that all the ladies were taking selfies with him changing my son – possibly to show their other halves! Starting a revolution…!

  4. Paul Taylor

    Can I just suggest that this campaign should be highlighted to all the stores involved by using the Equality Act 2010.
    There in that case should be no excuse as they have all had reasonable time to address any gender specific issues within their premises.

    I welcome baby change facilities within the accessible toilets as I expect they are more hygienic than any other facility area.
    I am disabled myself and have no issues with parents changing nappies within that area, every premisis should have accessible toilet facilities by now and therefore that seems to be the best place to put the baby change, especially as they are usually sited on the ground floor and so safety is kept at the highest priority.

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