Passenger spots changing room in Bengaluru airport men’s restroom, netizens say ‘normalise’
- A passenger recently spotted a changing room in the men’s restroom at Bengaluru airport
- ‘Childcare is not just a woman’s responsibility,’ the photo was captioned
- Bengaluru Airport said all of its toilets are equipped with a diaper changing station
Traveling with a baby can be difficult as public areas are not properly equipped. Nursing rooms and changing rooms are set up in several places, but they are mostly adjacent to women’s bathrooms, as only mothers are supposed to change the baby’s diaper. And if you’re a dad traveling alone with a child, you know the struggle is real.
Twitter user Sukhada posted a photo of a changing room in the men’s restroom at Kempegowda International Airport.
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“Must be celebrated. Spotted in a men’s restroom at @BLRAirport – a diaper changing station. Childcare isn’t just a woman’s responsibility,” Sukhada wrote.
Here’s what netizens said:
The airport added: “They are well equipped and allow a parent to change a baby in privacy and comfort. #Bengaluru #babycare #airport.”
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Meanwhile, all female and male restrooms in Terminal 2 of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) are equipped with diaper changing stations. In addition, the CSMIA has approximately 46 self-contained family toilets, allowing both parents to have access to a diaper changing facility.