Category Archives: Abuse

Child Abuse Began In 1962

Stephen Turner writes in his 2013 book The Politics Of Expertise: “Ian Hacking’s classic paper on child abuse (1991) is an example of this kind of argument involving expertise in this sense: here the triumph of an expanded concept of … Continue reading

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Haredi children’s author Chaim Walder kills himself (12-28-21)

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Rabbi Used Martin Buber’s I-Thou Philosophy To Seduce Women

From the Forward: A senior leader of the Reform movement whose rabbinic privileges were briefly suspended two decades ago for “personal relationships” that violated ethical codes in fact sexually harassed or assaulted at least three women, including one who was … Continue reading

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The Trauma Trap

Frederick Crews writes for the New York Review of Books in 2004: In the 1980s, as McNally relates, day care workers risked prosecution and imprisonment on the coerced testimony of bewildered and intimidated three-year-olds who were prodded to “remember” nonexistent … Continue reading

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New York Magazine Reports New Allegations of Inappropriate Behavior by Andrew Cuomo

How you talk to women, how you touch women, how you flirt with women, how you date women, how you bed women, how you relate to women after sex are all predictors of how you will do in a marriage … Continue reading

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