I think that we men need to learn… and learn a lot.
Reading a story like this is not easy or even altogether pleasant. I saw enough pain when I was in the military serving overseas. I did not want to see more and I certainly did not want to join a crusade of any sort. However, as we get past our reflexive distaste of the fire and fury of the “Me Too” movement, we should take some time to look into what caused all these people to get that angry. This book is just one of the many stories of betrayal and willful ignorance that justify that level of rage. So, while you may not be a victimizer of any sort, do you have the courage to stand up to one you know? Can problems of this nature be solved by turning away? I think that we men need to learn… and learn a lot. So put down your sports page, grab a scotch, hug your daughters, and read this book.