This simple graphic novel, useful for children and parents to read and learn together (or each on their own), teaches crucial topics for the development of autonomous children and gives them tools to prevent sexual abuse and violations of bodily and emotional borders many children suffer at the hands of adults, peers and older children. And he does it with charm, through highly illustrated pages and clear and forceful images and metaphors that seek to get away from the logic of guilt and shame and take responsibility for oneself. It is an excellent way to sit down and discuss and think about what are the limits and boundaries of your own body and how to establish them; how to respect themselves and others; what to do if someone makes you feel uncomfortable or insecure, and how to observe and regulate your own interactions with others.
About the Author
Rachel Brian has been a researcher and teacher of physiology, biology, and mathematics in high school and college. She is the founder, owner and main entertainer of Blue Seat Studios. Rachel rose to fame online with a famous adult-oriented animated video comparing sexual consent to an invitation to tea. The video has been translated into more than 20 languages and was viewed more than 150 million times worldwide.