The Rev. Dan Harper commented on some of the things that bug him about the Unitarian Universalist Association; one is "and too much tolerance of clergy sexual misconduct."
Current clergy guidelines and attitudes protect sleezy (but non-criminal) clergy with a veil of silence and fog of frustration. I've talked with other ministers about X who somehow escapes censure and keeps a good name by skirting the edge of the rule, and in this case, I suspect past it. Certainly past what most people would consider decent. But time, effort, and hard proof are wanting. All I have left is a leer and a cold shoulder, the occasional word of warning to likely marks and a kind word to one of X's easy targets. There seems to also be a double standard: the more conspicuous or famous a minister, the more "liberty" is given.
I don't welcome a libel case, so I won't say more.
But I'd like the clergy and tuned-in laity here to chime in. Do you know someone like X? A "yea" or "ney" is all I ask; certainly no names. So as not to confuse matters, let's leave it to ministers in fellowship within the UUA.