This found poem, entitled "Father to Son," is comprised of words and phrases taken from a letter written by the father of Brock Turner, whose sexual assault case became infamous after the survivor read her message condemning Turner's actions to the court. Turner's father wrote a letter to the judge highlighting his son's character, but the piece also illustrates the permissive attitude the father has toward the crime. The poem attempts to read against the grain of the original letter, discussing how Turner's father perpetuated the rape culture that motivated Turner to commit the sexual assault. The full text of the original letter is found below the poem. I view Turner's actions and Andy's actions in Speak as stemming from the same culture that excuses male predatory behavior. Turner's father sees his son as making a slip up that should not have major consequences despite the survivor's very real pain, and likewise Andy neglects Melinda's humanity to seek out his own desires above Melinda's consent.