Bathstore window is stage for frustrated mum’s ‘pants-down’ splash

Bathstore window is stage for frustrated mum’s ‘pants-down’ splash

A campaign to raise awareness of the need for Changing Places facilities is set to make its biggest splash yet next month when the mother behind the PantsDown4Equality drive will sit on a loo – “live, trousers down, on the throne for the public” – in a London Bathstore window for an entire day.

Sarah Brisdion, who has a disabled son and is frustrated at the lack of suitable Changing Places facilities in the UK, has already gained national media attention after she took a series of photos of herself on a toilet in the run-up to Christmas.

Now, Ms Brisdion wants to gain even more momentum for her campaign, which hopes to encourage businesses and authorities to invest in Changing Places.

 

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