I remember when I was probably about three or four years old, I once took a shower with my dad. Back in the sixty's, this would have been called male bonding with your father. Of course I was never touched by my father in any inappropriate way. My question is...can a sex offence be something that was meant to be innocent? And are biological parents allowed more leeway with nudity then non biological parents? Thank you.
Exposure to nudity is totally different than sexual abuse or sexual assault, which usually involves some form of touching of the genitals, breasts or anus. You showering with your Dad was not a crime.
Can a sex offense be something that was meant to be innocent? I suppose many offenders believe their actions are meant to be innocent, so the answer to that would be yes. Are biological parents allowed more leeway with nudity? Of course, and as long as there is no inappropriate touching or worse, there is no crime.
And if you are the same person inquiring earlier about the "gray area" of sexual exploitation of minors, you may want to consider stopping posting questions, and start consulting a lawyer.
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