Defining terms. What exactly is “sexual misconduct” and who decides?

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    • #27653 Reply
      Sandy Rozek
      Sandy Rozek

      By Robin . . . Every day brings new charges, it seems, of sexual misconduct on the part of a man in a prominent position. No area is safe. Among the a
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      Tod siegel

      I find it so amazing, especially with these holier than thou, evangelical Christians, are now coming to the defense of Roy Moore basically saying that in the Bible, it is OK for an adult to have sex with a teenage girl. They are going as far as saying that is how Jesus was created, God impregnating a young teen girl. Then you have the other evangelical anti-gay Christians getting caught in office with another man. I don’t know how, but changing the definitions, backing off on the extreme treatment of anyone accused or convicted of a sexual crime has to happen. We have a man that is supposed to be our president, who openly admitted to assaulting girls while in a position of trust, young teen girls, yet those Who ignorantly voted for this man, just put an offender in office has the most powerful man in the world. If there are not double standards before, there is now. Do you think some of these Republicans, and our president should have a stamp on their passport?

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        Bill Clinton Enough said!

      • #27845 Reply

        “We have a man that is supposed to be our president, who openly admitted to assaulting girls while in a position of trust,”

        Tod, citation please…? Trump never said anything about assaulting anyone. He made a typical male sexual joke about “grab ’em by the p*ssy” but since you seem to be LIBERAL and liberals like to MAKE SH1T up, I cannot find a rhyme of reason to be on your side in your fight against our never ending punishment.
        If you’re offended by jestful words from Donald Trump, then please gather together with your fellow Social Justice Warriors and Antifa liberal buddies and go prostest EVERY. COMEDIAN. EVER. that has spoken that way about women in their stand up comedy routines. Surely they MUST BE CONFESSING TO AN ACTUAL CRIME.

        *drops the mic and walks away*

    • #27691 Reply
      Jonny everyman

      The Moore situation further highlights the issue with the registry. Once a person is on the registry they are treated like scum and labeled a “sex offender” otherwise they have a fighting chance. Even Kevin Spacey who has faced a lot of criticism will never get the vitrol your local registrant will.

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      Tim Lawver

      Ultimately, I was forced to ask, who exactly benefited from making felons out of those whom are not?

      This question, when answered honestly lays bare the truth to formation of a “more perfect union.”

    • #27740 Reply

      Tod you are in certain aspects about this “Hoilier than thou” thing. I’ll keep my mustard seed faith. God to have faith in something thesed days. I don’t like sexual harassment but than we talk about the lesser of the two evils. Actually their is not a just man upon the face of the earth that doeth good and sinneth not. That mean’s woman also.
      Me and this lady had a discussion earlier this summer about Eve eating the fruit. Every since women have wanted to be the domiant force. Don’t get me wrong I like women and yes their cool and can be good companions at times but its all about relationships.
      Now this sexual harassment thing or sexually offending is a bit to much. Do women want some type of revenge, tarnish one’s name, or speak out like the women’s lib movement which I wasn’t to impressed with Helen Redding. Sure we all have rights but women are just as bad as men. You can find that out in the bible. Samson and Deliah, David & Basheba, and those Jebezel women that ploted and planed to overthrow their man.
      Why don’t some of these women just learn to bury the hatchet and forgive but since sex is the more spicy topic of today with the sex offenders, and what’s an offender… is it some type of physical or just someone saying kiss my grits as flow would say.
      So is sexual misconduct teetering on the same line as sexual harrassment?

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