Here we have a case of a discriminatory law that treats women like they’re children by giving them special rights.
A Minnesota woman voluntarily had sex with a priest but later decided she was exploited.
He faced up to 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine, so he got off with a relatively easy sentence.
A chance encounter in Rome led a Minnesota woman to seek spiritual solace from a San Diegan studying for the Roman Catholic priesthood, Jacob Bertrand.
She received his prayers — and a sexual relationship that Bertrand later described as “the second holiest sacrifice next to Jesus and Mary on Calvary.”