@walter_sobchak. I can't believe you think it is so easy that you just would have knocked their teeth in. You can say that because it never happened to you. Saying that is just another way to victimize the victim. I'm living through the aftermath of 30 years of suppressed memory. And it's not pretty. Come spend a day with my husband, live in my shoes for a day. Why don't they come forward?!?! How dare you! Do you know how hard it is for a young man to admit to that? How they feel they did they didn't fight back hard enough? Please! I have to agree with "doubled", you should teach a course in braveness. This is not a crime of anything other than power. We have not "lawyered up". It's not about the money! Coming forward is not easy. The hardest part is admitting it even happened is. My husband is still ashamed and feels guilty that he "didn't do enough". Guys are supposed to be macho, so how can they admit it. It's "macho men" like you that keep so many so quiet for so long. So yea, tell me again how you'd kick his teeth in and how we're just money hungry thieves.
January 23, 2013 at 9:17 p.m.
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