As I get older, friends share stories of incest within their families. Large families where parents were too distracted or drunk to watch their kids.
I just wonder where all this came from. We didn't have the influence of TV porn or social media in those days.
Some have been denied the necessary oedipal transformations needed for a healthy sexual identity because of helicopter parents or emotionally incestual single parenting.
Kids today learn, at an early age, things I didn't learn until my teens. I don't know if hokum is an apt description.
. The problem lies overwhelmingly with men forcing their sexual attentions on other men, boys and (mostly) women.
You are basically telling a group of victims of sexual assault that their stories don't matter. I don't know why you think this is a good thing to do.
You are swinging your Ninja sword at a false enemy.
1. The issue of male victims of sexual abuse is one that l take seriously. I dont tolerate the issue being used as a political card to play
2. You can discuss this as a real about about addressing sexual abuse... Or you can use it as another point in an ideological narrative. You can't do both.
You can tolerate it right up your ass.