Saturday, November 26, 2011

Women can be sex abusers too

"students reported that 43 percent of their molesters were female"This figure is alarming and I do wonder what percent of kiwi female teachers are child molesters? I mean to say it must be extremely high, because the men hating feminazi controllers have made life to difficult for male teachers to remain in the teaching profession. Do the authorities know what gender balance is? What chance has a kiwi boy in such a sordid environment.

Women can be sex abusers, too
Ted Nugent is, of course, right, in "No more child-abuse excuses" (Commentary, Friday) but he covered only half the story.
The rest of the story is that we must face the politically incorrect reality that women can be sexual predators, too. The most widely acknowledged examples are female schoolteachers.
The nation needs a paradigm shift wherein we acknowledge the existence of both male and female sexual predators. Support for such a paradigm shift can be found in a 2004 U.S. Department of Education report titled "Educator Sexual Misconduct: A Synthesis of Existing Literature," in which students reported that 43 percent of their molesters were female. Such a high proportion of female abusers demands action, including equal justice under law for both female and male predators.
Until we open our hearts and minds to the reality that women can be sexual predators and that female predators can inflict lifelong harm on those they abuse, our children will remain unprotected from nearly half of America's sexual predators.
Emeritus professor of psychology
Florida International University

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