Campus feminists whipped up a shrieking frenzy over sexual assault allegations at a Northwestern University fraternity in February. Their hysteria was based on anonymous phone calls. There were no actual victims, no witnesses and no physical evidence or electronic evidence or any other kind of evidence that any such an event involving any such women ingesting any such drugs or suffering any such sexual assaults ever occurred. Vice President for Student Affairs Patricia Telles-Irvin who helped promote the rape lie was forced to face the facts and said recently “no disciplinary action or further investigative action related to the reports of sexual misconduct will be taken at this time.” ..And instead of admitting the whole thing was a hoax, Northwestern is scouring the targeted fraternity for “other potential violations” of campus codes to justify putting them through hell in the first place.
Monthly Archives: April 2017
The facts revolve around a drunken hookup between two students and the woman’s subsequent efforts at covering up her willing participation by blaming the male student and accusing him of assault. Amherst’s administration was equally complicit, pronouncing the man guilty on flimsy and incomplete evidence, then refusing to reconsider once evidence that the woman had fabricated her story came to light. And the dark force driving the school to make an example of the student is Obama’s OCR… Although several elements of Doe’s complaint did not survive Amherst’s motion to dismiss, that’s irrelevant. What matters is that his central claims did and now the school can either settle or face trial.
www.jamesgmartin.center By George Leef
A Yale male became a Title IX ‘person of interest’ after writing a class essay in which he condemned rape. According to his complaint a university panel found in 2014 that ‘John Doe’ had engaged in sexual intercourse with a woman without her consent. Doe alleges that the woman expressly consented and on that evening she harassed him. He adds that Yale’s disciplinary procedures were stacked against him and administered by biased officials who presumed his guilt. Doe insists that Title IX must protect men as well as women. In punishing him for sexual assault on the basis of allegations that were either unfounded or refuted by facts to which both sides of the dispute agreed, the lawsuit argues, Yale discriminated against him on the basis of his sex in violation of Title IX.
E. Everett Bartlett, Ph. D., President of Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE), an organization dedicated to working for policy reform to protect all victims and stop false allegations, talks about sex…Two young adults are students at the same college. They flirt and drink alcohol. They kiss while dancing and then go looking for a more private space. They wake up together in a room and come to the realization that they had sex the night before. One of them is encouraged by friends and family to report the encounter as a rape, regrets the encounter and now feels that the label “rape victim” fits. The other feels fine about the encounter, until being accused of rape. Without any intervention from the legal system, the one accused is expelled from school…For all the feminists screaming for “true equality” they want a protection for women that is not granted to men. They want to eschew responsibility for their own actions, consume alcohol in large quantities, engage in sexual activity, and then be permitted (even encouraged) to call it “rape” if they regret it afterwards.