I'm a mom and guardian of my 2 adult step sons. In light of the recent Target Stores restroom saga, I got to thinking about what their rights are as far as an opposite sex attendant (Me) in the restroom.
They are not physically disabled and don't need help with toileting. The problem is safety. They are 33 and 34 years old with a mentality of a 12-13 year old. And they say things in the mens room that raises eyebrows and could get them attention that neither they nor I would want them to have!
For instance: Matt will say "oh baby that feels good" when he is urinating. Tom, who is 6'3", has stood next to my father, who is 5'6", and said "I'm big huh Dennis?", referring to his height!
One time when they were young, like 9 or 10 I was at a park and sent them in an empty mens room. Few minutes later a guy walks in with a huge bloody knife! Of course I freaked out and went in. The guy was rinsing the knife off, and had been fishing apparently.
Anyways...I'm wondering what their rights are? And what restroom do I bring them in? Mens or Womens?