Nothing spins our moral compass and engages our rage machine more than pedophilia, the sexual abuse of children and adolescents.

It’s not a subject for the squeamish as we thrash in the bile of our revulsion and fumble for a language to express our shock and anger, but playwright Paula Vogel found a language and a narrative to jump-start the conversation when she wrote her play, “How I Learned to Drive” and went on to win the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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