Do any of you ever have problems trying to keep obvious things like these hidden?

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Do any of you ever have problems trying to keep obvious things like these hidden?

Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
I mean... I know that if you're single and live by yourself, you have any number of places. But with roommates... family... even your own kids... What would you do if your kid found a fake vagina at age eight, and wanted to know what it was?
09/21/2012
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I am married and we live alone so it is not as much of an issue. I keep everything covered and out of sight so that it isn't likely that someone will accidentally catch a glance at my toys. If someone aside from my partner finds them then they are snooping around.

If you have kids and don't want to have that conversation then I would put a privacy lock on your toybox. If roommates find a locked box it would probably only make them more curious.
10/02/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
I have a young son and a ton of toys. Most under the bed, some in storage ottomans. He's told to stay out of mommy's room unless I'm in there with him just in case.
10/02/2012
Beck Beck
I bought a lock recently to lock the toy chest. I don't have a bedroom door, so it's hard to keep my children out of my stuff.
10/02/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Mine are older and don't care, but years ago when they were young the top shelve in the closet was good.
10/02/2012
StasyRavish StasyRavish
I'm a big fan of using a trunk with locking/lockable closures. Doesn't matter if anyone finds it, they won't be getting into it. Plus it makes a good end table
10/02/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Kenneth Fort
I mean... I know that if you're single and live by yourself, you have any number of places. But with roommates... family... even your own kids... What would you do if your kid found a fake vagina at age eight, and wanted to know what it was?
I would handle it the same way my Mother handled my sister, who was around 8 at the time, finding her vibrator. My sister asked, "What is this?" My mother never even blinked she just said, "It's a vibrator. Put it back and stay out of my bedroom." My sister put it back and never went into my mom's things again.

My kids grew up with toys around them, mind you I don't get toys that are incredibly anatomically correct. They never paid much attention to them because we never acted like it was anything to get squicked about. Now that they are older they admit they saw them but it never really occurred to them to take exception or wonder about them. It was just a part of life.

They've never seen them used or anything so it's just something sitting on my desk or in my room. Also I always take graphic packaging and get rid of it. All my toys have custom made boxes so they aren't exactly sitting out on display...except my love bunny but it's so damn cute and so not sexy!
10/02/2012
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