It's a very good idea. Sis and I are working on a letter ourselves, though we're in NYS, not Penn or NH. I think the more these aristocrats hear from survivors - gender does not matter, the issue is cross-gender in this case, abuse by people in a position that are supposed to nurture children - but the more these people get inundated with letters/phone calls/etc, the more likely they are to address the issue.
As anyone who's spoken to me knows, I'm not a CSA, I'm strictly ASA. That said, I have five children myself, one of whom came VERY close to falling into the CSA category at one time. And I would like to think that ANY parent would take this issue seriously. It can literally happen anywhere, anytime, to any child. It doesn't know the boundaries of race, gender, economic class, or social position. We've seen that time and time again.
So yes. I agree, Robbie, this is a good idea. Sis and I are working on one for our local congressman as well. And when we're done, we'll be sending it in. The more of us who write/call/visit, the louder the voices will be, and the more likely we are to see action.
My thoughts, for what it's worth.
Adapt. Overcome. Survive.