Saturday, May 18, 2024
American University
A project of the Rev. James B. Simpson Fellowship at American University’s School of Communication

Pretending yet again that young women are nonsexual creatures in need of protection from foul sexual influences is an effective strategy for appeasing one segment of the American public. But denying what appears to be the strongest kind of scientific consensus may do more reputational harm than political good.

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Pretending yet again that young women are nonsexual creatures in need of protection from foul sexual influences is an effective strategy for appeasing one segment of the American public. But denying what appears to be the strongest kind of scientific consensus may do more reputational harm than political good.
— J Bryan Lowder