Here are some helpful tips, just as a guide.
Here, give him these tips to read, they may help him and his sons. pic.twitter.com/aEKvWB65tE
— Winnie Eckert 🇨🇦 #BattleForDemocracy2020 FBR (@eckert_winnie) October 1, 2018
It’s pretty damn easy to not be a sexual assaulter…look I’m doing it right now!
— 26.2 Miler (@ChristinePThoma) October 1, 2018
Parents have responsibilities to raise both sons and daughters to be respectful in ALL relationships
— Brad Burch (@BradBurch16) October 1, 2018
What a prick. He’s more afraid his sons might be falsely accused (2-5% chance) than his daughters are assaulted (what’s that %? Upwards of 60?)
— Fiona B 🌊 (@Feebeekiwi) October 1, 2018
Well, if your sons are rapists, you should be scared.
— Janey The Small (@JaneyTheSmall) October 1, 2018
This tweet following Kavanaugh’s Thursday testimony last week sums things up nicely (though the statistics are actually higher than 20 percent).
Powerful men would rather protect a world where there exists a 20% likelihood that their daughters will be sexually assaulted, than imagine a world where attempting to rape their daughters might mean you can’t be a powerful man. Just imagining it brings them to tears. #Kavanagh
— Danielle J. Powell (@daniellejenene) September 27, 2018
The big takeaway?
He just said he’s more worried about his sons being accused of rape or assault than about his daughters ACTUALLY BEING RAPED OR ASSAULTED.
— Andrea P (@Andsclpa) October 1, 2018
Though Junior may have more to fear.
he should actually be afraid of Bob Mueller
— strange opera (@OperaStrange) October 1, 2018