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Locker decorations are becoming an increasingly popular decor for children’s locker rooms.
Some kids have even built their own to keep the family together.
But the decoration has caused an uproar among parents who have criticised the idea.
The idea of decorating a locker room with a locker has been around for a long time, with many parents insisting on its appropriateness and not the child’s health.
However, the idea has been challenged by many parents who argue that the decoration does not make sense and could put the child at risk.
Here’s what some parents are saying about locker decorators: ‘You are not going to change the locker rooms’ The Australian says: ‘I’m not worried about the health or safety of my child or his friends.
I’m not going have to worry about the safety of anyone else in the locker room, and I think that’s a good thing.’
I think the reason that it is controversial is because it’s a way to create a barrier between parents and their children and to make it difficult for parents to talk to their children about the issues that they are having.’
‘We need to look at this as a human rights issue’ Dr Sarah Jones says: I’m against any type of sexual grooming in my child’s locker room.
I do not want my child to be traumatised by anything that’s going on in there, and to put his or her health at risk in order to do that is wrong.
I am concerned that this is going to create problems for our kids.
I think the best thing to do is to educate our children and teach them the difference between sexual grooming and child abuse.
‘It’s just wrong’ The Royal Society of Australia says: The practice of decorators decorating their locker rooms is not acceptable.
The RSA’s deputy chief executive, Dr Rebecca Leaver, says it is a matter of concern that children are being exposed to sexual grooming.
She says that children in many families are very concerned about the way they are being groomed.
‘We have a culture of not talking about it, we have a societal belief that we don’t talk about it,’ Dr Leaver says.
‘So we need to be more aware of this as part of the cultural change.’
‘No, it’s not OK’ Some parents say that they have chosen to keep their child out of the lockerroom after a recent conversation with a friend.
The friend was concerned that her child had been sexually harassed by another parent.
‘I said ‘well, can you tell me what happened, what happened to you that made you so angry that you are doing this to your child?’ she says.
The conversation went on for some time and she eventually told her that her son had been asked to leave the room.
‘He just had tears in his eyes, he was upset and distressed, and then he left the room and I’m really sorry about that.’
There is no way in hell I would want to let my child be exposed to that kind of thing.’
Parents say they have not been given a clear answer from the lockers about why their child would be leaving.
Some say that their child is upset about his or the other parent touching him.
Others have spoken out against the practice of locking children out of their locker room as it creates a negative environment for the child.
‘Why can’t we just go in and make sure that our kids are OK?’ one parent told The Australian.
‘How can you lock them out?
What does that do for your kids?
I mean, you’ve done that to them already.
I mean they can’t even talk to you about this?’
Another parent said that she had spoken to her child and told him that they could leave the locker.
‘And then I went back in there and he had a really, really big smile on his face.
I thought he was a great kid, he had the best personality I’ve ever had.
‘But then I found out about this, because he was like ‘oh, this is what they’re doing.”
I just felt really, truly bad for him.
‘This is what’s happening to kids around the world, this just shouldn’t be happening to children.’
‘I feel like I am taking my child out and making them do it for me’ Another parent says: We’re being forced to go in there because of this practice.
I feel like that’s what’s taking place, that’s how this is happening, I feel this is the real world, the real life that kids live, and it just feels wrong.
‘What does it do for me?’
Some parents have criticised locker decorator decorations as a form of grooming that is ‘wrong’.
‘They’re trying to make children uncomfortable,’ one mother says.
Some parents believe that locker decorating is the norm.
‘Lockers are used for so many different purposes and so many things, and for me it is the only place that I have my kids that they’re comfortable with, so I think it’s