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Many people believe that they can't do anything to protect their privacy online , but that's not true. There actually are simple steps to dramatically reduce online tracking. We were never physically forced to do it, but we all did it. But to your question, our kids where never req But to your question, our kids where never required to shower, period, and some of them, if they did shower, showered wearing something. Which is, of course, silly. No, we are not. At our middle school we have one shower, it is never used.
My sister has been through it and said she felt uncomfortable and embarrassed but got used to it. A: Every year, right around this time, letters like yours start flooding my inbox. Rest assured, you are not alone. But there are ways to address it. Bring a washcloth and some body wash. Use the bathroom stalls to wipe up while maintaining privacy. If she insists you shower, you can always either run to be the first to jump in and take a very quick shower or wait until the other girls have showered to take a very quick rinser and then rush to get dressed.
Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by nan When I was in high school, it was mandatory to take a shower after gym, unless it was your time of the month.