In fact, in many cases, especially where the attacker is a woman and the student a male, such assaults are treated as a joke, with a hand-slap for the teacher, and some ribald locker room humor directed at the student. Miller said that the problem easily could be many times larger than the scandals involving Catholic Church priests molesting children, and the hundreds of millions of dollars in civil liabilities already determined in those cases. "You are not mandated to send your children to church, but you are mandated by law to send your children to school," she said. "And, by God, schools better be mandated to keep them safe." She's said she's confident of two things: the problem is bigger than most people want to realize, and there's very little being done to address it.
- JJ Commentary: Our lust-filled media has produced a society where there are no absolute standards. Consequently, people do “whatever is right in his own eyes” (Deut. 12:8, Judges 17:6, 21:25, et. al.). This is a clear end-time phenomenon, “lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God” (2Tim. 2-4).