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There are seven-year-old girls using the same toilets as 11-year-old boys."My daughter has said she doesn't feel comfortable about it.Unisex toilets have been introduced in Harbour Primary School in Newhaven, East Sussex to 'prevent transphobia' Parents say that they are uncomfortable with the decision.One mother said: "This was just introduced from the start of term and no one told us before."Unisex toilet blocks are considered preferable in terms of hygiene, maintenance and pupil behaviour."We feel this kind of toilet block, which complies with all national guidelines, is an appropriate solution for children of primary school age.
In fact, the couple agreed to extend the temporary arrangement ONLY until the L. As TMZ and other outlets reported, Brad and Angelina agreed she would have physical custody during the DCFS investigation and Brad would have visitation monitored by a therapist.Although we are all up for equality we feel this is not allowing our children to choose.A lot of our children don't want to use toilets of the opposite sex." A spokesman for East Sussex County Council said: "As part of the rebuilding work a decision was taken to install toilets which could be used by boys or girls, with lockable cubicles.That agreement was extended last week, but it is NOT a settlement. Again, Brad just filed docs Friday asking for joint custody, and the AP report says the couple reached a settlement last week, so the story makes no sense on its face.
'Gender neutral' unisex toilets have been introduced in primary schools and parents have reacted with shock.
"We are not aware of any cases of children being reluctant to use the new toilets.