And this is how we should teach our daughters to respond to non wanted sexual advancements. I would’ve bought her an ice cream
kinda fucked up that youre accusing a little kid, probably 4 or 5, of having intentions of making “sexual advancements”, dont you think?? do they even know what sex is???
also if you look closely youll notice he actually told her to slap him, as he pats his cheek right before she does it
This little boy who you are accusing of being a sexual predator has quick enough wit to take advantage of a sport stadium’s kiss cam and make a two staged joke than you have sense to watch a single gif and make sense of it. Congratulations, a 5 year old is smarter than you.
Having watched the gif, read the commentary, and agreeing that these two (probably siblings) are playing out a scene for the cam together… I still don’t see why people are disagreeing with the OP, who didn’t accuse the boy of anything or label him a predator, but only said that this is how we should be teaching our daughters to respond to unwanted advances.
Is that wrong?
If I were the parents, I’d buy them both ice cream and make sure the boy—who is probably just modeling a familiar scene from cartoons—understands why a woman might slap a man in a situation like that, since the topic was at hand anyway.
There are so many videos out there of boys in that age range chasing girls around or holding them down and being egged on by their parents/bystanders/whoever’s holding the camera, because they see it as cute or funny or “this is how they show they like you”. Boys are encouraged to do it, girls are encouraged to tolerate it. This scene is cute and funny (and appears to have been enjoyed by both participants), but that doesn’t mean it can’t also contain a message or be a teaching moment.