I am afraid we have been badly outmaneuvered with regard to Absolute Standards vs. Moral Relativism.
How many have had the experience of visiting the gymnasium of where they attended grade school?
I did. I attended Kindergarten at Allen Street School before attending different schools for grades 1-through-6.
Then, at age 24 I bought a house in that neighborhood and went to vote in that same gymnasium.
That gymnasium that took 20 minutes to run across...it was tiny.
Young people's stunning indifference to pedophilia
Just as we perceived "growing up" as our parents getting shorter, weights lighter and problems simpler our kids also float through "growing up" using an intertial reference frame where their center-of-gravity is the origin.
They don't perceive themselves as maturing from age 11-to-30, rather they see everybody else changing.
Culture used to whack us between the eyes and tether us to absolute standards. Now, not so much. Consider the vilification of statues. Nobody under the age of forty seems to have whiplash, nor have the considered what happens when THEY become the target of being erased.
Societally, moral relativism is a recipe for chaos and disaster.
We are seeing the leading storm-bands right now.
I don't know what to write except to say batten down the hatches, reef the sails and clutch those you love as close as you dare. Families are ecosystems with lots of moving parts. (Incidentally, oikos is Greek for home and is the root of ecology, ecosystem and economics)