Many male students have confidentially reported that they had to deal with Title IX terrorism during their education at USC – which led them to experience ostracism, negative mental health, and dropping grades even in situations which did not lead to suspension and expulsion. The fact that there are eight lawsuits and an unprecedented Federal investigation should speak for itself; since many students fear retaliation and/or cannot afford legal counsel, this number is only a minor fraction of the male victims harmed by Kegan Allee’s campaign of terror…So the question is, why does USC sustain such a hostile atmosphere against male students despite so much legal trouble?
“Young college men that are wrongly accused are mentally harmed beyond belief,” says Alice True, founder of Save Our Sons “I know of many young guys who are immobilized by a false accusation. They’ve lost their education, their future, and their career dreams. They’ve let their families down, and even though they are innocent, the stigma of a false accusation lingers endlessly. Many guys are in therapy, they can’t get out of bed, they can’t cope with general life skills, they don’t trust women, and they can’t have a simple conversation with a woman.”
glamour.com By Lilly Dancyger
Background on this insane case: Neal’s TIX investigation was based on a complaint from another female. Neal’s girlfriend did not accuse him and both Neal and his girlfriend contend their sex was consensual. Neal was not charged in court with rape or any crime…Neal filed a lawsuit against CSU Pueblo stating that gender bias against male athletes and the university’s self-interest in its reputation were reasons he was suspended indefinitely in 2015…Recently the State Claims Board voted to approve CSU Pueblo’s monetary terms of the settlement agreement. “The agreement included monetary and a number of non-economic terms.” Hopefully now Grant Neal will resume his college education and get his degree.
Both the accused and the accuser should have due process protections when colleges and universities resolve allegations of campus misconduct. Both parties should receive written notice before a formal investigation begins, both parties should be allowed to participate in an investigation, both parties should be allowed to review a school’s initial investigative report and to respond to the final report, and both parties should have a right to appeal, according to the report by the ABA Criminal Justice Section’s Task Force on College Due Process Rights and Victim Protection.
abajournal.com B D.C. Weiss
Columbia settled the second lawsuit filed by Nungesser. In filing the lawsuit last year, Nungesser said “While I personally would like to put this case behind me, I also think this complaint raises some fundamental questions that our society deserves answers to.” Those questions, he says, include whether male and female students have the same rights, and whether “a false accusation [is] all it takes to lose any right to a normal life and a normal college experience.”
hotair.com By Ed Morrissey
How university and college administrations have dealt with campus sexual misconduct charges has become one of the most volatile issues in higher education, with many women saying higher education leaders have not taken their trauma seriously. But the Obama administration’s response sparked a backlash, not just from the accused and their families but from well-regarded law school professors who say new rules went too far.
nytimes.com By E. Green and S. Stolberg
Nungesser’s suit charged that the University failed to protect him from-and even encouraged-sustained protest by Sulkowicz, which Nungesser initially argued was a violation of Title IX. The University announced that it had settled the suit in a conciliatory statement which reaffirmed that Columbia’s investigation had found Nungesser not responsible and expressed regret that his time after the investigation was “very difficult for him and not what Columbia would want any of its students to experience.”
columbiaspectator.com By Aaron Holmes
Why isn’t Title IX being deployed to correct the educational disparity facing young men? In America’s high schools, girls outnumber boys in almost all extracurricular activities except sports. Currently, there are over 1 million more boys playing scholastic sports than girls. Thanks to terrible legal precedents set by politically motivated judges, schools must rely on a regulatory standard that is a gender quota to prove Title IX compliance if they want to prevail against expensive litigation. The result of this twisted interpretation of Title IX is that high school administrators will be forced to deny many male students the educational benefits of participation in sports in order to enforce an arbitrary gender balance in their athletic programs.
washingtonexaminer.com By Eric Pearson
Rolling Stone has settled a lawsuit with the University of Virginia fraternity whose members were falsely accused in 2014. After several years of legal upheaval the magazine is putting an end to its battle with the fraternity by agreeing to pay the group $1.65 million to settle a defamation lawsuit,
dailycaller.com By Chuck Ross
nbcnews.com By Ali and AP