“I was banished from campus and could not walk at my graduation because of accusations of nonconsensual kissing from my first night at college, reported a month before graduation, to back up a politically motivated harassment complaint,”
www.buzzfeed.com By Katie Baker
Monthly Archives: July 2015
“I continue to maintain that it will take just the right set of facts to expand Title IX to protect men who are accused, if that expansion is going to happen.”
www.huffingtonpost.com By Tyler Kingkade
A California court has ruled that UCSD acted improperly by using a deeply flawed system to adjudicate a sexual assault allegation and sanctioning the accused based on a process that violated his rights.
www.thefire.org By Joseph Cohn
This is a small victory for due process advocates…
www.washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
The University of Michigan is taking pains to emphasize that sexual assault is a small problem for its students, even as it defines a broad range of conduct as “sexual activity,” which can artificially raise misconduct rates.
www.thecollegefix.com By Matt Lamb
Comments on a Reddit post linking to a poster purportedly from Coastal Carolina University, give a hint of the public reaction when the reality of Title IX policies on college campuses are exposed.
Sure, Reddit has a large male base, yet the 9400+ comments and huge number of upvotes show that the anti-male culture being promoted on college campuses is horrifying to the general public.
There are many things inaccurate about the poster, including its references to “crime”, which is not within the purview of college Title IX departments. And usually Title IX departments keep their anti-male bias out of public pronouncements such as this. More and more men are learning to be wary of college women and the unfair culture that is taking hold on campus.
Occidental, the subject of two federal complaints…Three years later the school has yet to salve the bitter rancor between activists, administrators, and faculty.
…two of the movie’s central figures were discredited…even when movie “critics” wrote rave reviews, most reader comments were doubtful of the movie’s “always believe the victim” presumption”