Look. The point is not really that more priests rape or that priests rape more often, but that there is an entire institutional culture dedicated to fomenting, suborning, obfuscating, and encouraging rape. That, you know, is really the issue. I mean, when it turns out that some fifteen-year-old knocked up his art teacher, we all recoil in lurid horror, and the poor hussy gets dragged through mud and tar and then thrown in the clink, but when a priest rapes 200 deaf kids, the church is all like, "Whoops, sorry, uh, yeah. Uh, his immediate supervisor definitely will address this issue at his upcoming annual review. A note may be placed in his personnel file. Did you guys call HR? Cause, uh, this isn't really our department." No institution this side of the American penal system seems to me to have so cavalier an attitude toward nonconsensual sex. And that's saying something.