Daniel Phinney

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Daniel Phinney
Posted 9 months ago
Which is more important, right to know or state secrets?
I wonder about this often, I usually think that people should have the right to know all things, all truth, and anyone who is hindering this is obviously guilty of something and so they desire the details of it hidden. I admit though that I can see many scenarios when certain information could be misunderstood by large portions of the population, especially if it is technical in nature. This could lead to dangerous attitudes developing out of ignorance instead of any real understanding. Conclusively though, I must say, transparency is of the up most importance as it allows for innocence or guilt being decided by any observer and out of real information, not a view portrayed or skewed by censorship.
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Daniel Phinney
Posted 9 months ago
How can we as individuals, or as a society make changes prevent to the incidence of childhood sexual abuse from occurring?
I think a fusion of both what Robert Galway and Mr. Jauregui is a possible plan. Professionals in schools should be of the highest education, and most disciplined individuals available in the fields of child psychology, but also just plain gifted with children. These people must be able to ACTUALLY instill a very real aura of trust with every child. We need to make it even SLIGHTLY POSSIBLE for a child to come forward, and quickly before more and more devastating psychological damage is done. Also there must be less of a stigma against these people because of their "evil" actions. No violent hatred (often brutally fatal) destined for them in prisons, or life time branding with the "sexual predator" title. This is clearly a mental disorder and should be addressed as such. This would help older victims in comming forward knowing the abuser was not facing social or even real death. Most of these offenders start as victims, let's find out why, and surely not breed repeat offenders.