By David Essel
Sexual misconduct or sexual assault can come in many different varieties and forms.
The most obvious would be incest and/or rape. But there’s also bullying, which consist of derogatory remarks and so much more.
“From the Bill Cosby case to the most recent Judge Kavanaugh allegations … Sexual assault and sexual misconduct is making the headlines of the news almost every day.
Over 28 years ago I worked with my first sexual assault victim, a rape victim, and it opened my eyes to what’s needed to do in our world to help individuals were victims of sexual assault.
After that I have worked with gay, lesbian and transgender individuals who have been on the receiving end of derogatory remarks, bullying, and even physical punishment. I’ve worked with incest victims. As well as men and women who were groped at night clubs as well as grocery stores.
Will it ever end?