I respect an adult's right to choose. I choose to wear a helmet, but would never judge another adult who chooses not to wear one. Their life, their choice.
I do require my child to wear a helmet. Her head and health belong to me until she is an adult. Once she turns 18, she can choose. Any children that I am left in charge of will wear a helmet on my watch. If their parent is present and does not require a helmet, that is different. But, if you drop your kid at the barn and I'm left to supervise, they wear a helmet or they don't ride. I have our BO permission to enforce this barn rule when a parent is not present.
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