– I did everything right.
I work hard and I pray. But no matter what,
the truth comes out and everything reverts back
to the mean. And my mean is that
I’m supposed to be a rapist. So–if I’m just a good person– if–if I’m truly a good person,
I’m just gonna kill myself before I hurt
some innocent woman. – It’s okay, okay?
Just take it easy. Like you said,
you’re doing everything right. – I’m 25 years old
and I’ve never kissed a girl. ‘Cause I’m afraid of
what I might do to her. What might happen. So… so I just do what Mr. Witt says
and I, uh… I just–I just suppress my urges and I-I avoid getting intimate
with women. – Yes, but you ask me,
you avoid Mr. Witt. He is trying to help you,
but he’s not equipped to deal with these issues. – But that’s the thing
that nobody is, ’cause it’s not an issue,
it’s a gene. ♪ You can’t help it
when it’s a gene, right? If you got a cancer gene
or people have schizophrenia. It’s not a matter about time,
it’s about–it’s about when. – Will, Will, listen to me. Listen to me. There’s no such thing
as a rape gene. There just isn’t.
You got to trust me on that. I know, because I’ve done
the research on this. I’ve talked to doctors.
I’ve talked to psychiatrists. – Why?
Why? – Because I’m like you. – What do you mean
you’re like me? – My father was a rapist. So I know this one. I’ve been dealing with it
for my whole life. But that doesn’t make me bad. That doesn’t make me evil. ♪ – Listen, Will, when the guys
in your group therapy– when they tell stories
about rape, how does that make you feel? – It’s absolutely disgusting. – Exactly. It repulses you. It repulses you because
you are not a rapist, Will. ♪ – Hey, come on.
– [grunting] – I got you
I got you. It’s okay, it’s okay.
You’re okay, I got you. – [sighs]