Parents and caregivers already have conversations about teaching children to respect physical boundaries, ranging from the basics (“no hitting”) to the unfathomably shitty chat about "telling a trusted grownup if someone touches you in a place that doesn’t feel OK." Tickling — perhaps because it innocent — sort of hovers outside the periphery of that conversation, when it shouldn’t.
That’s teaching consent to very young children – they understand that, they know that.”Consent … But on a fundamental level, it’s a question of respecting boundaries — even when your intention is to make someone feel good.This is a list of people who tagged "Tickling" as an interest.Meet these singles and other people interested in Tickling on Mingle2, our 100% free online dating site. Our site is totally free — you'll never pay a cent!It’s not too much of a leap to see how a society where children’s use of the word “no” or “stop” is ignored leads to adults who think those words don’t apply to them, either. I’m not the tickling police and I don’t think tickling should be banned.There are certainly kids (and adults) who do enjoy tickling and who should get tickled to their heart’s content.My own humble suggestion — my twig on the branch, if you’re following me on this metaphor — is not to talk exclusively about men. One of the iconic children’s toys in recent decades is Tickle Me Elmo — a doll that giggles and squirms with muppet-y glee when tickled.
Let’s talk about the little boys and the little girls, too. I’ve tickled and been tickled, you’ve tickled and been tickled, and it hasn’t been a scarring experience for most of us.
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(Except my brother, who hyperventilates to the point of incapacitation when he gets tickled.
As a younger sister, it was my one and only weapon while play-fighting as a kid.)In light of #Me Too, I would challenge us to look at tickling with a little more circumspection.
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