The one exception was the only guy there who was under mid 30's. Immigrant students from nations where a greater ethic of modesty was the rule were one factor, but I also suspect that the rapidly-growing number f boys raised in single-parent homes under Momma's standards was a major influence. What do you mean safe? And I've always been curious as to what goes on in the ladies locker room think the unrated cut of Road Trip. Originally Posted by ChuteTheMall. My husband is at work and when he needs to go to the bathroom I take him to the girls room with me. It calls my attention to the time that has passed since I last went to a gym, if there has been this big change so that this is now a big deal.
I would have wrapped the kid up in a towel and headed home. He has very sensitive skin and the doctor told me that after he spends time in the pool that we need to give him a shower right away to get the chlorine off. Please do not start using the very limited number of stalls for changing or dressing, there are few enough toilet facilities at present and using them for changing would cause those waiting to use them more inconvenience. My daughter took swimming lessons at the Y as a young child -- all of the kids, boys and girls, got dressed with their parents' help and supervision. ClayM on Dec 14, My husband is at work and when he needs to go to the bathroom I take him to the girls room with me.
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I am as confused as Confused regarding the DOE mandates on access to locker room facilities. I believe that this article, and many of the letters, have been planted to create an ugly controversy where none exists. Why do you want to hang out in a women's bathroom? Reminds me of primary school days It's like guys walking together without their shirts, or girls changing clothes one in front of the other. I think all of these gripes are legitimate with one exception.
These days many schools are so informal that kids just wear athletic clothes all day. Older men grew up this way, so it's normal for them. I think this is one of the subtle differences that leads - over time - to the dynamic of how the genders associate in locker rooms. ClayM on Dec 14, Hope you feel better soon: