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Last Sunday I was shopping en femme in a large multilevel shopping centre and had something to eat. After I had finished eating I wanted to replace the lipstick lost while eating. I walked into a section which contained the toilets and walked into the closest toilet, which is usually the Women's. While I was standing at the mirror putting on my lipstick I heard male voices and assumed they were coming from outside. I was in the wrong toilet for the way I was dressed! It turned out there were about three men in the male toilet area. What was interesting was that not one man told me I was in the wrong toilet. I quickly walked out and found the Women's toilet. Has that ever happened to any body else? If so, what was the reaction of the men?
I hasten to add that I completely blended in as a woman while I was shopping. Nobody looked at me twice, even the women at the checkout.
 
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That hasn't happened to me, but women in the men's room is not uncommon. The men will assume that there is a lineup in the women's.
 

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Last Sunday I was shopping en femme in a large multilevel shopping centre and had something to eat. After I had finished eating I wanted to replace the lipstick lost while eating. I walked into a section which contained the toilets and walked into the closest toilet, which is usually the Women's. While I was standing at the mirror putting on my lipstick I heard male voices and assumed they were coming from outside. I was in the wrong toilet for the way I was dressed! It turned out there were about three men in the male toilet area. What was interesting was that not one man told me I was in the wrong toilet. I quickly walked out and found the Women's toilet. Has that ever happened to any body else? If so, what was the reaction of the men?
I hasten to add that I completely blended in as a woman while I was shopping. Nobody looked at me twice, even the women at the checkout.

Lovely to see you making your first post @Bronlee!

I did have an incident, but not quite the same. I took my grandsons to a Play Centre, and my 4 year old emerged from the play area with his hands clamped over his groin shouting “Poppy, I HAVE to go!” (Grandsons were still calling me Poppy)

Of course we ran to the toilet, but there was the inevitable line up at the ladies, and I knew he couldn’t wait, so, rather than have to deal with a wet boy, I took him into the completely unoccupied mens toilets, and into a cubicle. Now, this was the first week of me going full time, and I knew some people read me. No men came in and we quickly finished our business and exited.

As we were coming out, a woman saw us, and gave me the biggest scowl. I was still quite new and sensitive, and as my grandson hurried back into th play area, I realised the woman had read me as male, and probably assumed I was a pervert doing sick things with a young boy in the toilet. It was quite unnerving, and as I sat on my own, I was expecting her to come and make accusations.

Nothing happened, and an hour later I took my 2 tired and sweaty grandsons home, but it did undermine my confidence for a while.

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Allie
 

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That hasn't happened to me, but women in the men's room is not uncommon. The men will assume that there is a lineup in the women's.
Sometimes urgent situations call for drastic measures :sneaky:
 

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I use the mens toilet when the lines in the womens are to long. The guys look funny at me, but nobody has ever said a word about it. I don't know how women would react, if a guy would step into a stall in the ladies room. I have never experienced this to happen.


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Lovely to see you making your first post @Bronlee!

I did have an incident, but not quite the same. I took my grandsons to a Play Centre, and my 4 year old emerged from the play area with his hands clamped over his groin shouting “Poppy, I HAVE to go!” (Grandsons were still calling me Poppy)

Of course we ran to the toilet, but there was the inevitable line up at the ladies, and I knew he couldn’t wait, so, rather than have to deal with a wet boy, I took him into the completely unoccupied mens toilets, and into a cubicle. Now, this was the first week of me going full time, and I knew some people read me. No men came in and we quickly finished our business and exited.

As we were coming out, a woman saw us, and gave me the biggest scowl. I was still quite new and sensitive, and as my grandson hurried back into th play area, I realised the woman had read me as male, and probably assumed I was a pervert doing sick things with a young boy in the toilet. It was quite unnerving, and as I sat on my own, I was expecting her to come and make accusations.

Nothing happened, and an hour later I took my 2 tired and sweaty grandsons home, but it did undermine my confidence for a while.

Hugs,

Allie
Thank you Allie, a long time coming but I will try to make up for lost time. The reason I have taken so long I might explain later when I can handle the trauma better.
Among the items I bought while shopping last Sunday was three sets of magnetic eyelashes. If others are interested I will do a road test and report on the three. They seem easy to apply and certainly significantly cheaper than eyelash extensions.
Hugs to everybody.
Bronlee.
 

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Thank you Allie, a long time coming but I will try to make up for lost time. The reason I have taken so long I might explain later when I can handle the trauma better.
Among the items I bought while shopping last Sunday was three sets of magnetic eyelashes. If others are interested I will do a road test and report on the three. They seem easy to apply and certainly significantly cheaper than eyelash extensions.
Hugs to everybody.
Bronlee.

Not a problem Bronlee, we are here for you so when you are comfortable! I am very interested in the lashes! I look forward to your report!

Hugs,

Allie
 
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Among the items I bought while shopping last Sunday was three sets of magnetic eyelashes. If others are interested I will do a road test and report on the three. They seem easy to apply and certainly significantly cheaper than eyelash extensions.
Hugs to everybody.
Bronlee.
Have you ever thought about to grow your own eyelashes longer? In most beauty supply stores, one can buy a specific serum that causes the eyelashes to grow (I think it is a vitamin D based oil). It worked very well for me, and I get lots of compliments for my lashes.


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Have you ever thought about to grow your own eyelashes longer? In most beauty supply stores, one can buy a specific serum that causes the eyelashes to grow (I think it is a vitamin D based oil). It worked very well for me, and I get lots of compliments for my lashes.


Linde

I tried the Revitalift Serum for almost 9 months with no noticeable improvement. It’s expensive and not guaranteed to work.

Hugs,

Allie
 
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