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Feminist campaigners demand unisex changing rooms are scrapped amid reports of traumatic encounters


MPs are urging major high street stores to scrap unisex changing rooms following a surge in women suffering traumatic encounters with men. 

Last week Charlotte Kirby, 25, posted a video tearfully revealing how two men had walked in on her while she tried on outfits at a unisex changing room at Primark in Cambridge. 

Now a Mail on Sunday investigation has found that her ordeal is common, unearthing repeated distress at M&S and rival chains with no sex-segregated spaces. 

MPs are urging major high street stores to scrap unisex changing rooms following a surge in women suffering traumatic encounters with men, including Charlotte Kirby, 25, who was left in tears after two men walked into her unisex changing room at Primark in Cambridge

MPs are urging major high street stores to scrap unisex changing rooms following a surge in women suffering traumatic encounters with men, including Charlotte Kirby, 25, who was left in tears after two men walked into her unisex changing room at Primark in Cambridge

One mother said that while taking her teenage girl to M&S for her first bras, they encountered a man emerging from a cubicle with his testicles exposed. 

Another mother tweeted how at another M&S store, in Exeter, a man left open the door of his…



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