In the Washington Post on Parenting by Jody Allard:
We were sitting around the dinner table talking about the news. As soon as I mentioned the Stanford sexual assault case, my sons looked at each other. They knew what was coming. They’ve been listening to me talk about consent, misogyny and rape culture since they were tweens. They listened to me then, but they are 16 and 18 now and they roll their eyes and argue when I talk to them about sexism and misogyny.
“There’s no such thing as rape culture,” my other son said. “You say everything is about rape culture or sexism.”
Kids everyone, except for the mom, can be proud of. Perhaps she will reconsider that somehow she has raised kids that can think for themselves. Good luck kids.