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. “border=” 0″ width= “180”/ > A regional splash pad( Google/FOX5 ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -A mother says a worker made her put a t-shirt on her 3-year-old daughter while she used the splash pad at Town Square. It’s stimulated a big dispute on whether female young children need to be treated the same as male young children when it comes to what they’re using.
Gwen Buckles said her 3-year-old daughter was playing on the splash pad in her clothing. She went up to her mother and stated she was cold and asked if she could take her wet shirt off. Gwen thought nothing of it and allowed her child to take off her damp shirt. A few minutes later on, an employee approached Gwen informing her it’s policy that all ladies need to use some sort of top.
” I stated well exactly what about my son and she stated no well little boys are fine to run around without their tops. I looked at her and I stated she’s 3 and she’s cold,” Gwen stated.
She says she put the wet t-shirt back on her toddler and went to management. A sign beyond the splash pad states, “swim diapers are needed.” Nevertheless, management sent her a modified list of rules that likewise adds, “correct swim attire.”
” Afterward I’m like ‘why did I just put my child into a cold damp t-shirt, however my boy is playing without his shirt on simply the exact same as she was? It’s ludicrous,”‘ Gwen said.
” I don’t consider it as anything wrong. I mean as they grow older, yes, I would state cover or a little bathing suit, however I wouldn’t believe anything of my daughter not having a little top on in the water,” stated Rocio Roberts, a parent in the area.
” Maybe I’m old-fashioned but I believe that a little lady ought to constantly have a t-shirt on, especially nowadays, we have a lot of issues with individuals that have actually looked at little children,” added parent Maria Deandrade.
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