just a rando post that i thought was interesting in the “huh, i never really thought about that” sense on 4 ways parents teach kids that consent doesn’t matter.  only posting this in front of all the bajillions of other tabs b/c i need to restart this computer and it’s on an incognito tab lol, but anyway, thought this was interesting food for thought, though i remember at least 1 or 2 of them i thought was kind of region/culturally specific (like i don’t think in a general rule most asians either tell their kids or expect other relatives’ kids to come up and kiss them as a greeting… that seems completely foreign to me and wayyyy too touchy feely, and yeah i can definitely see that as potentially being an issue later on for sure if anyone decides to take advantage of that.)