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Re: Sexual harrassment/abuse/humour sid

Posted by IsoM on May 22, 2002, at 1:12:41

In reply to Re: Sexual harrassment/abuse/humour Phil, posted by sid on May 21, 2002, at 22:47:13

Sid, what he's done & the other things done to you by others from just laughing at it all to other men abusing you is ALL wrong - VERY, VERY WRONG!

It's because of this & others reactions to this abuse that you feel it's not worth charging anyone or pursuing it further. I would make his life hell & make him pay for what he's done & is still doing!!! I'd go to the police, to whatever other authorities there are, to my doctor &/or therapist, & expose that man. I'd do as much in my power to prosecute him as I could. The legal system is changing slowly for the better in this regard. There should be no allowance made for this sick behaviour at all. With many men who act like this, it's not the sex really but the control, the power to belittle others.

Please, for your niece's sake, get this sorry excuse for a human prosecuted. It's not your sister's problem as you think, but your poor niece. I'd hate to see her condemned to a life filled with conflicting emotions & troubled relationships that this might easily lead to. Stupid, horrible bastard to do this to his own daughter, not to mention you. There's nothing funny about him at all, & your sister's laughter is just an indication of her own sick ego.

You're not the troubled person - they are! But I do think some therapy with a good person taught how to handle abuse cases may be a good idea & give you a lasting peace.




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