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    I noticed at one pool I go to there's family rooms as well as male & female. The female toilets say no boys over 6 years.

    The other pool has family room, male & female but I haven't noticed an age restriction on boys there.

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    I think all pools NEED to have family rooms where everyone can feel safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Hmmmm... i would not like to think that any negative connotations are flowing towards 6, 8,10 year old boys. Stating that you would feel uncomfortable if an 8 year old boy was watching you get changed is inferring the child is doing something 'wrong'. Adults, do what you need to do, use a change room but please dont infer a negative attitude towards children.
    I'd feel uncomfortable getting changed in front of an adult male and the vast majority of them wouldn't do anything wrong either.


 

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