Our expert says:
Sounds like what you said at first, reflected your intellectual response, but now you're feeling an emotional response. An episode or two of voyeurism as a kid is probably not rare, and doesn't uually lead to any unusual behaviour as an adult. But its odd he felt he needed to tell you about it - I wonder what sort of response he was anticipating ? I'd be more worried about the awful other things he feels he can't tell you about, presumably worse than voyeurism.
Indeed, if you were abused as a child, you might reasonably be more sensitive to similar behaviours by others, especially if the person or people he was peeping at were young girls around the age you were when molested.
You of course have no need to keep up contact with him, and he can hardly be surprised if you didn't appreciate what he told you about, let alone what more he hinted at. OF course he ought to be seeing a psychologist and working through all this stuff, rather than burdening you with it.
I wonder a little about why this continues to remain so important to you, as presumably you now have no need of any further contact with him, and need not be upset by him any further
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