monday i went to nyc with melissa that works for the film makers. we were at
the moma and i had to the bathroom, i am so used to my female friends helping
me and going into the ladies room. we were on our way in and this older lady
star going off. this is this the first time anyone has ever said something
about me going into the lady's room. it is a fact of life, besides i look at
the floor when i go in.
off to l.a. in a hour
- Joy - wrote:
> I understand what you guys are saying about men not being allowed in a
> women's dressing room. I don't have a problem with that, and I understand
> why there are rules. We're always very careful to make sure there is no one
> else in the room, and to have someone stand guard outside so no other women
> come in. But, if she would have just asked him why he was there, instead of
> standing outside yelling and embarrassing me, there would be no situation.
> It all comes down to respect. Oh, and this was the designated accessible
> dressing room. I have a standard 16" manual chair, and could just barely
> fit it through the door. There was no room to turn parallel to the bar, or
> face the mirror. Thanks to everyone for their support and comments.
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> "Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups."