Re: how do you protect your kids from molestation?
I give my kids the "good touch/bad touch and secrets" talk early and often. And I reiterate that it can happen from anyone, not merely a stranger.
As for the people feeling like it is bashing men, although I do agree that it's sad (and I have 6 sons and don't want them "judged" based on their sex), I do see how it happens and why. My DH is actually WAY more suspicious than I am. He doesn't tend to see good motives in men who work with children, etc. I don't agree with him, though.
Jul, This used to be a great place