So cute! i gave him a dollar and his brother taking the picture haha. i asked this kid if i could kiss his cheek and he said no and i said “alright! no is no i won’t!” and his big brother (only by a couple years) was like “you can kiss my cheek! haha. i’m getting blue lipstick everywhere!! #consent#biketoberfest#tinkgirls
So cute! i gave him a dollar and his brother taking the picture haha. i asked this kid if i could kiss his cheek and he said no and i said “alright! no is no i won’t!” and his big brother (only by a couple years) was like “you can kiss my cheek! haha. i’m getting blue lipstick everywhere!! and teaching them about #consent early!! #biketoberfest#savethetatas#tinkgirls
elizabeth kleinrock is a third grade teacher, but she’s much more than that. according to her website, teach and transform @teachandtransform, kleinrock is using her position in the classroom to teach kids about more than just math and reading. she calls herself a “social justice advocate” and “anti-bias educator.” in the wake of the kavanaugh and ford testimonies, kleinrock shared a chart full of information to help teach kids about consent — and it’s brilliantly simple.
as the country watched dr. christine blasey ford’s brave testimony(and judge brett kavanaugh’s yelling and crying), the topic of s****l assault has been a big one in the national conversation. that means your kids have probably heard enough about it to want to know more — but how do you even begin to explain s****l assault to grade schoolers? well, it all starts with teaching kids about consent.
“everything about kavanaugh in the news has been making me heated,” she writes. “so whenever i get frustrated about the state of our country, it inspires me to proactively teach my kids to do better. today was all about consent. we even explored the grey areas, like if someone says ‘yes’ but their tone and body language really says ‘no.’ role playing is a great way to reinforce these skills, but they must be taught explicitly!”
Join us as we talk about consent.
question who is this action for, me or the other person or both?
practicing consent can put you in your own power, help you work through rejection, and rename your story around your thoughts and perception.
watch the entire video on our fb page with @aliduncanintuitive and @raquelissima . #consent#ask #notforgranted❤ #tantra#hugs#stories#confidence