I have regularly found myself frustrated with American rules around touch because I would so love for it to be the norm to hug longer, to cuddle with friends, to kiss your children or nieces and nephews on the mouth or cheek (consensually and in appropriate circumstances).
I am so thankful that at least part of how I was raised (by my European grandparents) did not include the odd American aversion to touch. But oh the looks and head shaking I've received. My grandfather was a hugger and a kisser. Yes, on the mouth. I was raised in such a way this wasn't odd or unusual to me. But oh boy is it to a lot of people. Chase kisses me on the mouth and people freak out. If folks would learn that touch isn't inherently sexual, so much would be different!!