The mantra of the ‘me too’ movement is the woman has to be believed. I suppose this is because acts of sexual misconduct usually take place when no one else is around to witness the incident.
The reality of this is the accused is guilty with little or no chance of proving innocence. But, what if the accused and the accuser were both required to take a polygraph test? While polygraph tests are not ‘foolproof,’ they would provide a very strong indication of who is telling the truth and who is not.
This requirement would reduce the number of false and damaging accusations being made against innocent people.
When a person is taken to a specified place on a specified date at a pre-arranged time to have their life terminated, it as called an execution.
Many western countries have abolished executions because they are considered to be cruel and barbaric acts.
When a woman goes to a specified place on a specified date at a pre-arranged time to have the life of her unborn child terminated, it is called and abortion.
What a difference a word makes.
No matter what reason is proffered for the abortion to take place, the unborn child is the innocent victim of circumstances not of their own making and is robbed of their one and only chance to experience life on planet earth.
Legalizing Homosexual and lesbian marriages seems seem to have opened a Pandora’s Box of human sexual activities.
Father – What would you like to be when you grow up son?
1948 – I want to be a steam locomotive engineer.
1968 – I want to be an airline pilot.
1988 – I want to be an astronaut.
2008 – I want to be able to marry the man I love.
2018 – I want to be a woman.