Monthly Archives: December 2016

Red Pill Papa: My Molester Corroborates My Story and Feels Entitled to an Apology

If this post sounds a bit manic, well, it’s just because I am ELATED. There will be very little artistry in this. Just happiness and clarity and a little sofa jumping and some insight into what happens after one publicly … Continue reading

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I’m Not a Peaceful Parent… Yet

I walked into the living room to find my daughter bent over, every ounce of attention involved in a secretive enterprise. If I had paused and taken a quiet, centering breath I would have realized the sacred nature of her … Continue reading

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The Truth Will Never Be Objective. That’s Okay.

I’m making peace with the fact that there’s no objective truth.  If you ask several honest witnesses for their account of a crime, each will give different details. Even subatomic particles, when closely studied, change their behavior so you can … Continue reading

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Last Tango in Paris Was Not Just Art: An Open Letter to My Molester

Dear Dad, Somebody put two and two together and realized that the rape scene from the movie Last Tango in Paris was non-consensual. Though the director, Bernardo Bertolucci, revealed this in a 2013 interview, it has taken three years for people to … Continue reading

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