Based on my own experience, I have not found evidence celibacy is related to sex abuse.
Does it increase the percentage of gays in the priesthood, or the “networking” of gay priests or bishops? I think there may be a gay network but there may be stronger gay networks in other areas outside the Church, with no celibacy.
But there are some other, mildly strong reasons for reconsidering this discipline. Don’t make major changes in the middle of a crisis. But definitely consider.
What I feel ignorant about is experience of married clergy in their home countries. Here in the US, Eastern parishes (and Ordinariate) tend to measure in the dozens of families. How does the married clergy work out in Lebanon, Ukraine, other areas where they are the local, geographic diocese?
What are some ways their wives support them? I suspect there are hidden strengths here that I do not know about.