Why is it important? So that others may know they are not alone. So that perhaps another mother will not choose to handle the situation in an inappropriate manner. So maybe victims can find the strength to tell and hence become survivors. So that society will become more aware of how these cases are treated within the judicial system, and perhaps promote change to some of the laws to protect more children.
There are many numerous reasons in addition to those I have cited above for why we should speak about these horrific crimes, and not turn a blind eye...
I can’t speak for Morgana, but I can speak to why I read these articles and participate in these discussions. No-one is forcing you to read the thread itself. It’s not being forced in your face any more than any other article posted here at FR is it?
I find it rather ironic that you want people to turn a blind-eye to these things. Kind of like the little girls’ mother apparently did...
Once again I am posting stuff on just how much Kinsey has F***** society. No pun intended. Well actually there was a pun intended there but never mind.
Teach them sex education they said, it will be good for the kids they said.
Now we have kids having sex with kids and mommy does not care?
Yep Kinsey is winning.
I didn’t address you, minion. I asked Morgana a question, and I’ll wait for her answer.
It’s a discussion board. People post, other people discuss.
As horrendous as this is, sadly it’s not new - even at age 11. I hate to infer that it’s the “good side” of our permissive society, but the fact is that kids today ARE more apt to tell someone when assaults like this happen. In years past, inhibitions about sex and the stigma attached to an assault result in more girls (and boys, even more so) keeping the secret, and paying the price in the long run.