:) I’ve seen this a lot. And maybe it will sound like arguing semantics, but no, it’s the other way around. Boys and girls need to be taught what ‘yes’ looks and sounds like. Some grown adults have a problem saying ‘no’. Let alone teens who feel much more pressure to belong. We all know our share of people pleasers. Their “oh all right” might possibly be a ‘no’ in disguise. But a ‘yes’ can be unmistakable, if we teach the youth what to look for from a young age.