Sexual Harassment Scandals Show God is Right About Sex

Harvey Weinstein
Harvey Weinstein

by Peter Heck

On the heels of the sexual misconduct allegations against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama, a second woman has now come forward to claim that current Senate Democrat Al Franken, who was caught sexually groping another woman in a photograph, of sexual impropriety.

Roger Ailes, Anthony Weiner, and the three Bills – Cosby, Clinton and O’Reilly – are old news as the list of powerful men in America who stand accused or guilty of sexually abusing women continues to grow absurdly large, absurdly fast.

Now we have major media figures like New York Times reporter and outspoken Trump critic Glenn Thrush being suspended after multiple younger women allege that knowing they were aspiring journalists, Thrush used his clout to pressure them into, “groping and kissing and ‘hazy sexual encounters that played out under the influence of alcohol.'”

He’s joined by shamed ABC, Bloomberg and MSNBC journalist Mark Halperin, accused by five women of both propositioning them and touching them inappropriately, as well as veteran CBS reporter Charlie Rose, accused by eight women of the same.

In Hollywood the scene is even more depressing. Producer and kingmaker Harvey Weinstein has seen his once indestructible career destroyed over multiple credible counts of sexual coercion and even rape. Director James Toback is facing 238 women accusing him of misconduct. And actor/director Ben Affleck is facing a set of his own sexual misconduct allegations.

And this only scratches the surface, as it turns out that Hollywood isn’t exactly the Mecca of moral integrity – shocking news no doubt to anyone who observed this industry raucously applaud Roman Polanski’s name after he was forced to flee the country for raping a minor.

But as much as we’d like to pretend this problem is confined strictly to the arrogant elites, the evidence points to the contrary. According to RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network), there’s an American sexually assaulted every 98 seconds. Every eight minutes that American is a child.

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SOURCE: Christian Post

Peter Heck is a speaker, author and teacher. Follow him @peterheck, email [email protected] or visit www.peterheck.com.