After your efforts brought this issue to my attention I too recognized how important it is to protect children and felt that I had a moral obligation to make my opinion heard. One child hurt is one too many.
I wrote an email to my stake president expressing my support for your call to end one-on-one interviews and to stop delving into sexual issues. He graciously invited me to meet with him and discuss it. He was happy to talk and he too expressed concerns about children who have been hurt. He wants to protect children, the church leaders and the church’s reputation just as you have expressed is your desire. Because of our discussion, he plans to conduct training with the bishops in our stake on this topic. He certainly agrees that leaders do not need to discuss sexual details in interviews or confessions. He was very kind in our conversation and grateful that I brought this issue to his attention. I believe he is genuinely thinking about the topic to decide how to best address it with stake leaders and for that I am grateful. I suggested he discuss it with the member of the seventy who he reports to as well.
I have also been discussing this topic with friends and family members. Happily, most agree that interviews should not delve into sexual details and that the practice of one-on-one interviews should be re-examined.
There is a lot to be optimistic about. It is exciting to hear about all the parents and church leaders who are making changes to protect children. Keep up the efforts to make people aware of this issue. You are doing a great job!