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You wouldn't let your child see porn, why risk them running into your bedroom.

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I haven't got issues with them being in our room if I'm getting ready, dressed, having a shower it was just the 'play time' that i didn't want them walking in on. You know if you're children need you and you just jump up and go to them Thankyou for all your comments, you are right i would probably here them and unlock straight away.Probably would never be an issue as she never really gets up, only in the morning.Thankyou for all your comments, you are right i would probably here them and unlock straight away.We don't usually have sex under the covers so if she saw then she would see everything. Also thankyou Wendy for the idea of the wedge on the inside. I don't have a problem with my kids seeing us naked and in fact hubby and I quite often have an audience or a helper when in the bath or shower, but I wouldn't want them walking in on us having "play time"!Just close your door over and use the door wedge on your side of the door. If the only reason you want a lock on your door is so you can have sex without getting caught, use a door wedge instead!

Just close your door over and use the door wedge on your side of the door. I have bolt in my bedroom door more than a year coz my D is wolk to ours room very quietly, she is 6 yrs in Apr and oldest is 10,we fited bolt highi they can't rich it.

Sex Addiction: The Partner's Perspective is overdue, Hall believes, with thousands of partners across the UK struggling with something that evokes all the most destructive ingredients of personal pain - betrayal, infidelity, deceit and shame.

"Sex addiction feels extremely personal when you're the partner because it affects the most intimate part of your relationship in a way that, say, alcohol or drugs just don't," she explains.

You know if you're children need you and you just jump up and go to them Interesting little fact for you..........

I moved into a brand new housing association house Nov 2009 and I had a lock on my bedroom door as apparently now this is a standard thing and fits in with regulations.

I wouldnt put a lock on the bedroom door as if your child comes to get you for a reason and they can't open your door it could cause some distress.