For all the handwringing about media and morality, God has been largely missing from the conversation we’re having about sexual assault.
The sexual abuse and harassment sweepstakes we are witnessing today is the direct result of our society deciding that Christian morality is narrow, repressive, and above all, not cool.
Heightened public opinion on sexual assault may be helping high-profile advocates speak out about an imprisoned woman who killed her sex trafficker.
Yes, both sides are guilty of a double standard for sexual misconduct, but the Left’s hypocrisy has been particularly egregious, and has likely allowed the problem to metastasize and fester.
We are seeing the limits of what partisans will justify in the scandals surrounding Roy Moore, Al Franken, and John Conyers.
Unlike a private business, Congress is an assemblage of equally free agents who are in the first instance accountable to their voters.
I always suspected the left would circle back to Puritanism. What strikes me about most of the allegations so far, however, is how unmasculine the men are.
I have a 14-year-old daughter. If I caught Roy Moore doing what was alleged, for starters I would kick him where it counts. That said, I don’t think it’s wrong to vote for Moore.
On Wednesday, reporters asked two top Democrats why congressmen accused of sexual assault are not resigning from office, unlike leaders in the private sector.
What we consider basic, daily acts of personal responsibility suspiciously halt when the topic shifts to sexual assault.
When her ‘Girls’ writing partner Murray Miller was accused of sexual assault last week, Dunham defended him. Big no-no.
Just one year ago, when denouncing serial predator and likely rapist Bill Clinton might have mattered, the Left instead embraced him and cheered on his chief enabler.
After a news anchor accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minnesota) of sexually assaulting her in 2006, some of those in the press have reacted rather bizarrely. Here’s a list of the most insane responses yet.
The more dirt we consume, the more of other people’s sin we gorge ourselves on, the more we want. The more we want, the more we seek. The more we seek the more we find.
Actress Liz Holtan portrays an earnest representative of Jesus’ commandments against lust in an old Louis C.K. comedy bit. Today she sounds far from crazy.
A bare claim should be insufficient to convict a person outright, even in the court of public opinion. There should still be a presumption of innocence and a demand for veracity and proof.
Considering that two of the worst cases of accused students getting railroaded by school officials happened in the Bay State, it should take extreme care not to ensure more lawsuits.
A number of liberals have finally decided to take allegations of sexual assault against former president Bill Clinton seriously. This is no act of heroism.
One is tempted to believe we’re witnessing a quick and guilty moral shrug meant to absolve a bunch of deeply culpable people of their own deep and stinking culpability.
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