Reply To: A not-so-surprising consequence of sexual hysteria: presumed guilt

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Robin Vander Wall
Robin Vander Wall
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Thanks, Andy. But the post isn’t really about Kavanaugh. We’re pretty clear about the fact that we don’t know whether he’s innocent or guilty. And if you read to the end, you’ll see that we don’t consider that it matters very much, either for him or anyone else. The point of the post is hopefully to get people to see that 30+ years of hysteria in matters related to sex is finally coming home to roost. It doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, purple, blue, the Pope, or the King of Spain. If someone says you did something sexually abusive towards them, you might as well hang it up. So the post goes much deeper than Kavanaugh. He’s just the most recent poster boy for the phenomenon. He may be innocent. He may be guilty. Who the hell knows? It doesn’t matter. This was not a partisan or political post. NARSOL has no partisan agenda (and, as a non-profit, we’re forbidden from having one). Kavanaugh could be Christ for all it’s worth, and he’d still be in the cross hairs of a culture that doesn’t give a rat’s ass about the truth, but only hears what’s being alleged…and acts accordingly.