Manipulation Of Facts & Events
Some people whom commit sexual abuse on other people which includes rape, sadly may project innocence to the point in which they believe their own story and present it to the world.
“Normalisation” Of Events
The fallout for the victim could well be forced “normalisation” of the event, through false apologies, gaslighting and manipulation of the facts.
An overall disregard for the emotional impact by the predator will no doubt have an impact on the victim.
Mental Health Conditions Related to Sexual Abuse
So of course a predators nature should be accounted for, however the catch 22 will be if they are willing to admit to themselves what they have done.
Boundaries Are Needed
I have a personal peeve with people who disrespect other people’s bodies, a body should be touched only when their is a connected agreement between both parties. If there isn’t one must stop, if it continues then that is breaking boundaries, trust and seeing the person as a lust is not true connection.
Paul Isaacs 2020