It requires a lifetime of re-education, I fear, Good question and observations.
I have mulled over this topic for the past couple of weeks, as one man (and few women) after another has lost his job, credibility, and respect with accusations and admissions of sexual harassment and assault. My first thought through all this has been “They are really lucky I am not their mother!!!!”
My husband used to assess low and moderate risk convicted sex offenders, usually those who had committed crimes against children, for their suitability for treatment. We know from research that the sooner those folks are integrated back in the community and have jobs and stability, along with ongoing therapy and careful monitoring by their probation officers, the less likely they are to re-offend.
What do we do now with the Al Frankens, Roy Moores, and John Conyers of this country? How do we heal, and promote inclusivity for all our citizens? I wonder if the model of Truth…
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