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"Among their most dangerous features are a callous disregard for the rights of others and a propensity for violating norms. They can charm and manipulate others for their own gain, conning with no regard for anyone's feelings." What does this "callous disregard" look like? Here's a glimpse into the mind of a predator.
Why, 300 years later, are we still warning young girls to be careful? Why aren't we tracking down the wolves and holding them accountable? Why aren't we making it unequivocally clear that preying on others will not be tolerated? Maybe it's because these "gentle wolves" are so cleverly camouflaged among us that we, like Red Riding Hood's own mother and grandmother, can't see them for the ruthless predators they are. Or, maybe it's that we don't want to see them for who they are.