Saturday, 10 December 2005

Sins of the mother?

Skeptical Inquirer columnist Robert Sheaffer blames radical feminism for creating the recovered memories movement.
It is true that a daughter accusing a father is a very common scenario.
However, feminism is only one of many factors in a very complex picture.
It is not unheard of for a son to be the accuser, and a mother to be the accused: either directly, or as an 'accomplice'.
As the mother in the following story says about her son "...I'll tell you that rarely a day goes by that he doesn't come into my mind, and mostly, it's loving thoughts," she says. "I try to remember the good times."

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