Yet with all that training, we get no instruction about what to do when the accused abuser is a fellow teacher.
The Brooklyn Diocese wants Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson to apologize for comparing it to R. Kelly. But it isn’t 1992 anymore. And it isn’t going to be any time soon.
The problem is once again the focus will all be on the celebrity accused of abuse, and the conversation that we should be having but never seem to get around too on domestic violence will once again be relegated.
… and worse and worse…
When it comes to abuse, Michigan State University is just like everybody else.
Although Andrew Sullivan and Katie Roiphe would never acknowledge it, maybe the Shitty Media Men list was created not as an affront to the concept of due process, but because due process has so often ended up protecting abusers rather than the abused.
Dee Dee Blancharde abused her daughter Gypsy for more than two decades. She did so with the sanction and encouragement of medical professionals. Predictably, Gypsy is being required to pay the price.