Sex and the perils of office


Sex has always been a staple of US politics. In recent times, however, this subject has gripped that country in an interestingly new way.

After American voters ignored allegations of sexual misconduct against candidate Donald Trump by over one dozen women to elect him president, a rash of similar allegations continues to test the sensitivity of America’s prudish soul.

Just before Christmas, Roy Moore, a conservative two-time judge of the Alabama Supreme Court, lost the Republican ticket for the US Senate, partly because of allegations of sexual misconduct, which he continued to deny.

He’s opposed to gays and homosexuals and is also said not be fond of minorities and people of other faith, especially Muslims.

Of all his transgressions, however, the one that haunted him most was the allegation of sexual misconduct by nearly one dozen women.

A number of the women, who said they…

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