Teaching Young Kids to Respect Affection Boundaries

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What if we all reminded our kids to respect boundaries around affection and touch as often as we reminded them to stop picking their noses?

Or heck, WAY MORE often than we teach them about nose picking?

I'd way rather live in a world where a bunch of people picked their noses instead of a world where a bunch of people pressure their bodies on to others without their true enthusiastic consent.

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