The uncivil war on sexuality

A blog post tackles fallout from the #MeToo movement. The sex offender registry and draconian laws aimed at offenders has destroyed lives of individuals and families. Today a new form of offender registration has transpired. This new offender registry creates life sentences using the internet as its delivery method carefully skirting libel and slander policiesContinue reading “The uncivil war on sexuality”

In the age of #MeToo, can there be forgiveness, second chances?

An Associated Press article explores the possibility of forgiveness in the age of #MeToo. If a man abuses his co-workers and apologizes, should he be forgiven? What about a man who sexually assaults a stranger asleep in bed? Is redemption possible?  Last week, Tom Ashbrook, who was fired as host of the popular National PublicContinue reading “In the age of #MeToo, can there be forgiveness, second chances?”

#MeToo Movement has lawmakers talking about consent

This is a trend that includes Nebraska. From the Pew Charitable Trusts: Fueled by accusations against titans of Hollywood, industry and politics, the #MeToo movement will prompt state lawmakers across the country this year to consider bills that could fundamentally change the culture of dating and sex.  States are expected to grapple with legislation toContinue reading “#MeToo Movement has lawmakers talking about consent”