My company (around 250 employees) has a very tall man working here. I'm not sure of his exact height, but he's a head above the 6 foot high bathroom stalls.
I felt very, very uncomfortable today when I was sitting on the throne, and he came in and used the stall next to me. For sure I don't believe he ever turned his head, but literally he could have and seen me in all my bottom-half-birthday-glory. I'm sure his peripheral vision gave away something at the very least.
These bathrooms are shared across the whole company, and the only bathrooms available to me. I also don't know/met this man, he works in another department. He's probably a really nice guy who does extremely well on the work basketball team (if such a thing existed!)
How should I approach management about my discomfort? I don't want to single him out as he's done nothing wrong, but on the other side, I really feel uncomfortable using the men's bathrooms now. The obvious solution to me is to install taller stalls to prevent this, but perhaps there are other options that don't immediately scream out to this man "Hey, we're making the stalls taller because of YOU".