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May 11 2018

Sexuality Educator: Ask Babies for Permission Before Changing Their Diapers

To push the decay any further, we need to raise a generation of spoiled brats so arrogant they will make David Hogg look respectful. Deanne Carson has a parenting technique that might help: ask babies for permission before changing their diapers.

Carson, who describes herself on Twitter as a ‘sexuality educator, speaker and author,’ … said she works with children from three years old on issues surrounding consent, but added that parents are advised to introduce ideas much earlier.

Fortunately, parents don’t have to let the diaper fill for years on end until Baby is able to say, “Sure Mom. Afterward, make me a Hot Pocket.”

Deanne recognised that babies are unable to give an answer, but said it’s important to use eye contact to teach them their response matters.

In contrast, when encountering people as wacky as Deanne on the street, you should avoid eye contact at all costs.

Her goal is to create a “culture of consent.” In such a culture, Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, Eric Schneiderman, and the rest will be transformed into gentlemen.

After children are past diapers, parents presumably should ask for consent on other issues, evolving from “Is it okay if I ask you to stop throwing Grandpa’s dentures in the toilet?” to “Is it okay if you stop riding your tricycle on the freeway?” to “Is it okay if you give me back the keys to my car now that you’ve driven all over town including through people’s yards on a drunken joyride?”

On tips from Steve T and Andrew in Australia.



One Response to “Sexuality Educator: Ask Babies for Permission Before Changing Their Diapers”

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