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‘Dear stranger, STOP touching my kids. I appreciate how adorable you think my daughter is, but please don’t caress her hair and rub her back. You don’t know us and it’s creepy.’ Mom stresses importance of respecting children’s consent

“I was in the grocery store, minding my own business. I was anxious and nervous, hoping to get in and out before my daughter woke up. Everything was going great until a stranger approached my cart, undid my car seat canopy, and started rubbing my daughter’s cheeks. I felt SO uncomfortable.”

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“Even more curls appeared on her pillow. ‘Maybe she’s allergic to her shampoo?’ We replaced her it with another brand. The stares were paired with finger-pointing. Parents would shush their children. ‘Shhh. Don’t stare. Stop pointing. It’s not polite.’ When Monday brought twice as many lost curls, we called the pediatrician.”

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