Kids and Dildos Don’t Mix
November 21, 2012
By Ms. Lucy Vonne | Smutlife
I’m faced with many challenges while I’m at work. One of them which happens to be one of the most important is making sure everyone who enters the store is of legal age. New York State law says that a person must be at least 18 years old to be inside of a adult sex store. It doesn’t matter if you are with someone who is of age, anyone entering the store MUST be 18 otherwise we could get into huge trouble. This is marked on a sign right as you enter the store where everyone can see it. But of course no one actually follows the rules and I often end up asking for ID’s from the youngsters.
Teenagers constantly try to come into the store and fool around and act like little beasts and mess stuff up. I stop them at the door and ID them, which they aren’t always ready for. They give me the old “Oh, I don’t have my ID on me but my friend is 18” speech. Yeah that’s not going to work on me. I don’t ask everyone who comes into the store for ID, only if you look too young to be in there. A few times kids have come into the store and they looked old enough to be in there and I let them walk around. But then they make the mistake of asking me if they have to be a certain age to be in the store, this is a dead give away. Of course they end up being like 15 because they tell me straight out and I send them on their way.
Like a liquor store, even if your parent or guardian says it’s ok you are still not allowed in the store by state law. I am so amazed at how many people bring their children into the store with them likes it’s no big deal. I’m talking all ages of kids too. Parents come marching in with toddlers in strollers ready to go dildo shopping. When I tell them that children are not allowed in the store they get really defensive and quit often get really mad at me. I can see their side of the argument when they are newborns and have absolutely no idea where they are. But when they are toddlers walking around and talking I cannot ignore that. I don’t make the rules people so don’t get pissed at me. If a police officer so happens to come into the store and see you and your child inside, we will be the ones that get in huge trouble.
Now I work in a very nice upscale store but there are still graphic pictures on boxes and porn DVDs with pictures of penetration on them. That is nothing that a young child should be seeing at that age or in that manner. Bringing children into a porn shop is not appropriate in any way, shape or form. I’ve had parents tell me “Oh they will be fine” or “They have to find out some way.” Are these people serious? Sometimes I just don’t get it.
So parents please leave your kids at home before you go vibrator and porn shopping. I don’t care how much you argue with me I will not allow them into the store. Even if you tell me you drove all the way from where ever just to came from just to visit our store, I still don’t care. No kids allowed!
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