Partnering with lawyers and legislators to create the tipping point:

Isn't it high time we eradicate sexual misconduct?

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I partner with those on a mission to end
Sexual Misconduct in our lifetime.

I believe it’s high time to harness all energy and initiatives — into one unstoppable and mighty force — to end this inexcusable behavior.

“At the rate things are going, even in the year 2021, our grandchildren’s children still
won’t see an end to sexual misconduct.”

Becky Castro, CPCC, PCC

What’s the Holdup to Eradicating Sexual Misconduct?


I’ve been asking this question for a while. Below is a working manifesto with my preliminary thoughts on what will create the tipping point to eradicate sexual misconduct.

Contact me if you are interested in discussing What’s the Holdup to Eradicating Sexual Misconduct?, or if you would like to be on my podcast. (My contact info is at the bottom of each webpage.) 

  1. Get in front of Biden and Harris and add Eradicating Sexual Misconduct to Biden’s 4 point National Agenda along with climate change, racial injustice, the economy and the pandemic.
  2. The Eric Wolfson Approach: Become an unstoppable force and movement to be reckoned with, collaborating with the smartest, most strategic lawyers and legislators whose focus is eradicating sexual misconduct. Determine what the crux of the matter is that all other precedents can then be leveraged upon.
  3. Circulate the What’s the Holdup to Eradicating Sexual Misconduct? report and podcast.
  4. Pass legislation that trains citizens to use affirmative consent conversations like any other household skill; this would be mandated and taught yearly at any college that receives federal funds for Title IX.
  5. Pass legislation that mandates twice-yearly, live & interactive, anti-bias training for everyone who touches these cases.
  6. Pass legislation, at the federal level to remove remaining archaic laws, for example, the Minnesota Law that recently rescinded a rape conviction because the survivor drank voluntarily.
  7. Mandate that police are required to bring sexual assault claims to the DA’s office, that DA’s must have separate task forces dedicated to sexual assault (in addition to domestic violence, child abuse and other felonies), and that DA’s must prosecute.
  8. Further pass legislation that grand juries are no longer held behind closed doors.

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