There can be other factors that would account for that. One such factor would be ease of access. Jerry Sandusky was able to bring his victims along to bowls games and the like and nobody much questioned him sharing a room. Try that with a young lady. In the same way, a priest may well have had unquestioned access to one-on-one time with young boys that would raise eyebrows were it a girl. Consider also that the Catholic Church is highly patriarchal. Young boys become acolytes and alter boys. There is no analogous role for young girls.<quoted text>
Well, isn't it odd then that neither Jerry Sandusky nor the homosexual priest offenders targeted young girls?
You know where you can shove that homosexual-defending, psychobabble bullsh!t extraordinaire.
Do the same numbers hold true in your public school examples? I rather suspect not.