Today at recess he kissed me twice on the face. Historically this kind of incident may have been called cute. Parents or staff members may have knowingly smiled and clucked about what a great pair these two would make. The boy may only be eight, but he is old enough to understand respect and consent. My daughter should not be made to feel uncomfortable and afraid of going to school because a boy is overly affectionate. Is this where violence begins? Maybe… or maybe not.
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Here in Australia, we have read about this hideous crime every day for the past two weeks. The stories I hear about on my Facebook feed, in my conversations with girls in schools, and in so many other contexts, it is clear that guys feel empowered to whistle, make unsolicited sexual comments, stalk, grope, and more. We still have a long way to go before we have taught our boys to be sufficiently respectful. How do we move our boys beyond myopic selfishness?
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The kids were given candy for their hard work, but the boys were handed out bigger quantities compared to the girls. Kids have their own way of looking at the world and are highly perceptive. Your son will pick up things he observes at home. Or if his father always sticks to certain household chores such as lifting heavy boxes and his mom is always responsible for activities like cooking, he will assume those are gender-appropriate activities by default. Children often idolize their parents and older siblings, which makes it important for them to be responsible role models.
I became a teacher because in high school a close friend of mine was assaulted. She was walking home at night when a man stopped his truck, leapt out, and tried to force her into his vehicle. She fought back with all her strength, but he would have overpowered her if not for another car that happened to come along. He fled. She escaped. That night, I saw her bruised lip and matted hair where he had tangled his fist in an effort to force her into the truck. Months after the minor physical injuries she sustained had healed, she continued to experience lingering emotional and psychological effects of the assault, despite the fact that her assailant had not managed to rape her. When walking around our high school or the streets of our town, she tried to make herself look ugly by wearing lumpy clothes and slumping her shoulders, in hopes that boys would not pay unwanted attention to her. She often felt unsafe.