do you think consent is black and white in every scenario, practically speaking?
I agree, but don't think it's anything new - it's a basic thing you teach your children, along with "don't bite", and "don't pull hair". Except not everyone teaches their children this. All you need is one person who is not taught it to cause issues. Similar to vaccination. All it takes is one to infect the rest.
And the thing is, that's absolutely true that it's not the same in every situation. That's why developing a baseline in earlier life will allow the nuances to develop. It's like any other skill. Even if it just adds that one extra step back to re-evaluate a situation, it's worth it.
people who are not teaching their children common sense and basic manners are probably screwing up their children beyond anything some light educational indoctrination can fix, especially when so much of it is nonsense. I don't mind teaching children about consent, but when it's accompanied by loaded terms like "rape culture" and "toxic masculinity", which it often is, that's a real problem
don't worry, it won't last