I'm a teacher and since I'm EBF, I pump twice a day at work. This morning, I had a custodian walk in on me pumping in my classroom. The door was
locked and there was a sign on handle that says "Please do not enter". He
walked in while I was trying to yell not to come in but apparently didn't hear me so he starts talking
to me about a desk I needed fixed. He didn't seem to realize what was going on so I outright said, "Could you please leave? I'm using my breast
pump." It suddenly sinks in what's going on and he darts out. Not a
huge deal because I'm all covered up but it still is kind of irritating
that I have now had three staff members blatantly ignore the locked door with
a "do not enter" sign. To make matters worse, he tells his supervisor who tells my supervisor who comes down during passing period to make sure that I'm ok. While I appreciate the sentiment, I just want to pump in privacy and be done with it. I don't want to talk about it all the time, especially with half the male staff in the building. I feel like pumping is already such a time and mental commitment that these events are just making it almost unbearable.
Is anyone else having problems at work? Is there something I'm not doing that could make this less frustrating for me?