That's why I said I was unconvinced of any judgment. What is also just as suspect are the memes that she was automatically at fault.Any rational review of the facts would indicate the story as presented, and the outlets who promoted the meme, are completely suspect.
Again, the presumptions that she was completely wrong in her assessment are just as ill-considered.What should be immediately evident is the extreme bias displayed as evidenced by the type of sources who chose to pimp the meme that fathers of homeschooled girls are horny old men who can't control themselves.
As should those who presume she was automatically wrong in her assessment because, "Considering the source, I'd suggest the entire thing is nothing but a made up lie."Frankly, the child, and the people who spread her little fantasy, should be ashamed.
Projection goes both ways.The only reason it became a story was a result of the paranoia and anger people have towards parents who homeschool, based on a bigoted stereotype of the ideological principles such people are perceived to have.