Elizabeth Logan Harris recalls an incident in ’70s-era Radio City Music Hall when unwanted attention to her teenage body put her in league with her father.
Beatrix M. Rooney discovers a tragic secret that may explain her brother’s descent into cruelty and violence.
Karen Durrie examines the feelings of complicity that encouraged her to correspond with her attacker.
Karen Durrie was ten years old when her mother’s boyfriend began to molest her. At the Globe and Mail, Durrie examines the years of abuse and the fear, shame, and feelings of complicity that not only kept her silent, but encouraged her to correspond with her attacker.