- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:07:33@amjoyshow A lot of talk about how these revelations of sexual abuse from Moore et al reveal some kind of moral-cultural decline. This is wrong.
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:10:43@amjoyshow The full and equal humanity of women is also a new idea, one that is still being absorbed in all its radical implications
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:12:43@amjoyshow True in multiple places & cultures too. There’s awesome justice in both Roy Moore and Tariq Ramadan being exposed so closely together.
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:16:57@amjoyshow I’m not an optimist by nature. But I do sometimes perceive some gifts in this age of Trump. Maybe the revolt against sexual abuse is one of them - or can be, if you demand it
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:19:23@amjoyshow I see some comment that this is a tough time for men, that we are all suspects, that this is going to end by never closing a door on a meeting with a female colleague etc etc
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:24:38@amjoyshow On the presumption that we are all making endless clumsy lunges upon every woman in our ambit, hopeless to discern whether our attempt is welcome or not
- — David Frum (@davidfrum)Sat, Nov 11 2017 17:25:53@amjoyshow But for men too as well as for women, the search for love is more rewarding than the hunt for sex. When you find *that,* you’ve found everything. Try it. It’s worth it.
Sexual abuse revelations show that things are getting better
David Frum on one of the upsides to the Age of Trump