Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
-- now in Philadelphia there's a gentleman -- Bogle who's the senior editor of the Goodman project thank you for tweeting at about us this morning Jeff.
You you are trying to gets.
Teenagers to talk about what's right and wrong and to really drill a message and first of all what is your impetus for doing this.
What -- -- father of two young girls first off thanks for having me Obama father of two young girls under the age of ten.
But I have nieces that are in the age range of of the young woman that was assaulted -- stupid all our house so.
I come about this from -- parenting and prevention standpoint.
You know I I want to revisit.
At the time under the age of seventeen accused of raping a young girl and -- and -- Ohio it's -- story we've been on Fox News.
Her case was actually adjudicated and came to a verdict over the weekend very rare Saturday Sunday session we covered it on FOX Report Weekend the judge deciding.
That these two young guys.
We do -- juvenile detention for a period of time.
But in the meantime it's really divided that city and it's divided.
That campus and you say that there's a greater role that the rest of us can -- what does that.
Well sure I mean preventing this kind of assault as sort of a two pronged issue.
You need to prevent it today.
And there's weasel talk about doing that -- also -- -- -- going forward and that comes down to an active.
So on the good -- project we have to they're taking -- the second 11.
Preventing you're going forward.
From parenting standpoint we have.
It really starts with conversation.
It starts with putting down your devices turning off your TV and being actively engaged with your children.
From a young age we have a -- going up this week that's gonna talk about give actual tactical lessons for parents and grandparents and other caregivers.
On how to approach this subject from kids ages 121.
Now that the balance here and this is something I struggle with as a as a parent of young children is to not strip away.
The magic of childhood.
I'm in no rush to to I'm in no rush to to speed my girls through that.
But at the same time -- has to be real conversations about their bodies about empathy.
Giving them -- world view.
That extends this beyond our -- and our state and the people that we associate with that there piece of of a larger puzzle that they have.
A role to play and that there's to quorum needed to make sure everybody can navigate that properly.
As as far as the the issue of right now hmmm I'd like there's a New York Times article today right with a two -- -- that.
And it actually talks a great talks about you survivors and other interest -- parties banding together.
Across the country and using new media like the good men project to tell the stories of what is.
With of what's actually happening on the ground and then harnessing social media to sort of disseminate those stories and I think.
It's and it's important because number one -- a lot of the culture whether it's football culture or whether it's just.
It's young boy culture is sort of group oriented and I think what -- -- -- -- bill.
Is almost less.
Sexual in nature it's more group.
Laughing and and humiliation based and.
Filter by section