November 28, 2019
Yes, goyim, don’t make your daughters hug their family, let them become affection-deprived and search for physical touch elsewhere.
After all, only healthy girls wouldn’t want to hug their family.
Girl Scouts officials have shared a reminder to parents that they shouldn’t make their daughters show affection to relatives this holiday season.
The organization tweeted the reminder Monday morning with the caption: ‘Forced affection = Not O.K.’
The tweet also came with a link to an article published on their website, called: ‘Reminder: She Doesn’t Owe Anyone a Hug. Not even at the Holidays.’
Yes, goy, even after all you’ve done for her, your daughter doesn’t owe you a hug.
If kids say no, then it’s no, and if kids say yes, then it’s yes, because kids know instinctively what the correct course of action is at any given time and are definitely not easy to manipulate and in need of guidance.
It seems that parents need a proper lesson on consent. But worry not, because Girl Scouts are up for the task.
From the article on the Girl Scouts website:
Holidays and family get-togethers are a time for yummy food, sweet traditions, funny stories, and lots and lots of love. But they could, without you even realizing it, also be a time when your daughter gets the wrong idea about consent and physical affection.
Have you ever insisted, “Uncle just got here—go give him a big hug!” or “Auntie gave you that nice toy, go give her a kiss,” when you were worried your child might not offer affection on her own? If yes, you might want to reconsider the urge to do that in the future.
Think of it this way, telling your child that she owes someone a hug either just because she hasn’t seen this person in a while or because they gave her a gift can set the stage for her questioning whether she “owes” another person any type of physical affection when they’ve bought her dinner or done something else seemingly nice for her later in life.
Give your girl the space to decide when and how she wants to show affection. Of course, many children may naturally want to hug and kiss family members, friends, and neighbors, and that’s lovely—but if your daughter is reticent, consider letting her choose what to do. Of course, this doesn’t give her license to be rude! There are many other ways to show appreciation, thankfulness, and love that don’t require physical contact. Saying how much she’s missed someone or thank you with a smile, a high-five, or even an air kiss are all ways she can express herself, and it’s important that she knows she gets to choose which feels most comfortable to her.
That’s far from lovely. Children who want to hug and kiss family members have already been brainwashed by the patriarchy into internalizing the macho definition of consent and the idea of physical, sexual, and affective obligations.
After all, why would anyone want to hug people? It’s obvious that the only reason why someone wouldn’t want to hug family members is because they’re healthy kids who are aware of the true definition of consent, the one that is so obvious that it has no blurred lines.
There is no excuse for sexual violence. There are no blurred lines when it comes to consent. The definition is clear: https://t.co/T3kRPLybRD via @UN_Women #orangetheworld #GenerationEquality #16Days pic.twitter.com/JilvCEDuP3
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) November 26, 2019
Below is what Girl Scouts endorses as the definition of consent.
From the Medium post:
What does consent look and sound like?
Consent comes from a place of enthusiasm. Rather than looking for a “no,” make sure there’s an active “yes.”
If your partner agrees but seems worried or unsure, they are not consenting.
You can only consent to something if you have all the facts. For example, if a partner says they will use protection during sex, but they do not, that is not consensual sex.
Consent cannot be free and full if all parties involved are under-age. Therefore, child marriage is a non-consensual act.
Consent can be revoked. You can change your mind at any time. And consent is important even among couples who have had sex before.
You better be giving women all the facts about you so they can make an informed decision and enthusiastically scream “YES! I CONSENT!” as they sign your sexual interaction contract.
Do watch out for the tricky reversal of consent stuff though, because if they suddenly whisper “I remove my consent” and you don’t instantly teleport yourself two steps away from her personal space, you’d be committing RAPE.
There are no blurred lines here.