Hm, let me try then. >But I still say it's a very different thing from parent/child (or aunt/nephew and so on). Siblings or cousins are usually more or less equals, especially if they are of a similar age. A parental figure is on another level entirely. It's fucking creepy.
The idea here being power dynamics prevent healthy relationships and proper consent from occurring.>There is nothing wrong with a loving relationship between two consenting parties.
An assertion with no backing.>You say that but we both know you/Anons will just chimp out the second the conversation turns towards power dynamics and what consent actually is.
A concern over the definition of words and where a conversation would lead to should "power dynamics" be brought up.>>permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.>A "power dynamic" is the way different people or different groups of people interact with each other and where one of these sides is more powerful than the other one. ... In social science and politics, power is the ability to influence or outright control the behaviour of people.
Seems straight forward to me. All relationships have power dynamics and all sapient life can consent. Therefor all relationships with consenting parties are fine.
Clearing up of the definitions issue with the combined assertion that due to those definitions consenting relationships are "fine".
Now where I get confused is here >>112777936
as I am not sure what was misinterpreted and so cannot agree with the idea it was done on purpose. My next post here >>112778011
is me attempting to see what it was I did not understand or get. I'm still unsure even having gone through the post chain a second time. Can you clear this up for me or do you not want to discuss this?