On the night in question, the female student was playing drinking games with friends in her dorm when the male student texted her. A conversation ensued, with texts that read to an outsider like ambivalent flirtatiousness on the woman’s part, but that she later said were her efforts to head off a sexual encounter.
“Don’t let me try to seduce you though,” she texted at one point, followed by a second: “Because that is a distinct possibility.”
One thing that’s helped shift the conversation toward treating men as allies, rather than potential rapists, is research indicating that most college men don’t commit sexual assault….
It is impossible to overstate the growing weirdness of the college sex scene. Campus feminists are reimporting selective portions of a traditional sexual code that they have long scorned, in the name of ending what they preposterously call an epidemic of campus rape.
http://www.weeklystandard.com By Heather Mac Donald
As members of the faculty of Harvard Law School, we write to voice our strong objections to the Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures. As teachers responsible for educating our students about due process of law,…we find the new sexual harassment policy inconsistent with many of the most basic principles we teach.
www.bostonglobe.com Signed by the 28
Attorneys are available 24/7 and provide “at least” 30 minutes of time to a member, “perhaps even up to an hour” depending on the attorney’s judgment. Students who claim their schools botched sexual-assault proceedings against them, such as at Amherst College and Occidental College, have gone to court to clear their academic records.
Some boy-meets-girl stories are charming and romantic; others are chilling and repellent. This is a true story, fully documented in police reports and a handful of brief local news stories. Though this incident occurred at a small Iowa university, other cases like this happen far more often than most people realize.