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Note: This comic includes a non-graphic discussion of childhood sexual assault and predatory/grooming behaviour.
I've had this comic on the backburner for a while - seems about the right time to finally write it up.
The most important thing is to stop the framing of sexual predators as 'other', creeping on the fringes of society, and to start accepting that they are embedded in our communities, families, and workplaces, and that they are enabled by power structures like sexism, white supremacy, ableism, and homophobia to retain status and silence victims. It's scary to think about, but more and more people seem to be realizing this these days, even as they're pushing back on the reality that this is an epidemic and it's happening in their backyards.