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|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
|“||One night, when he was holding me, he started touching my private parts. Over time, he taught me to touch and play with his. It felt very strange, scary and a little good too. He told me it was OK, this means he really loves me. This went on for several months. He told me, "This is our special secret."||„|
|~ Alfie recounting being molested by his uncle when he was younger.|
Uncle Pete is the main antagonist in the 1993 infamous children's book Alfie's Home by psychotherapist Richard A. Cohen.
Alfie had a hard time at home. His dad always came home yelling and his mother would discuss her troubles with Alfie. Alfie's uncle, Pete soon paid a visit, and gave Alfie a lot of attention.
Soon, however, he would molest his nephew in secrecy and tells Alfie to leave it as such. When Alfie became a teenager and was concerned about his sexuality, he goes to his school teacher and he tells Alfie that he is not gay, he just needed his father's attention, as well as Pete teaching him "wrong things" and this was the reason he tried to get close to some of his male classmates.
The school counselor later called Alfie's parents to the school and explained Alfie's problems to them. They then called Pete to the school and with Pete in tears, they told him how wrong it was to use his nephew like that and he apologizes and completely gets off the hook.
- Because of his actions, Alfie's Home had been scorned for its homophobic sentiments.
- The fact he is found guilty of child molestation yet never gets authorities involved makes this story hard to believe, as any case of molestation would incure police presence and thus Pete would of earned jail time or a place in a sex-offender registry. In fact, if they did not contact authorities on Pete, they would be guilty of a crime themselves.
- It is implied he gets probation or a second chance