FBI and DOJ statics show 1 in 52.6 might be raped over four years. Rape is declining and non-college students are more at risk, so why does Harvard promote 1 in 5, and inform their incoming freshmen that rape will be part of their college experience? Will they expect students to register for rape?
campusreform.org By Anthony Gockowski
College Men: Don’t Apply Here
Occidental, UVA, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Harvard, University of Oregon, USC, SMU, UNC, the State of New York, Illinois, Virginia, Minnesota, California and Connecticut. These colleges and states have passed laws that are extremely biased against males. As anti-due process and anti-male continues, this list grows.
USC. Student Suspended for Rape Because He Didn’t Stop Friends from Slapping Girl’s Butt : Judge rules against USC says due process violated
Jane said her sexual activity with Doe was consensual. The university then made the paternalistic and indefensible decision to override her opinion on the matter and described their sex as rape anyway.
reason.com By Robby Soave
Max Stern, the lawyer for the expelled Yale basketball captain Jack Montague, has spoken out, announcing that he will sue Yale on behalf of Montague in April, and clarifying some details in the case, including a very surprising one: that the aggrieved female did not file the sexual misconduct complaint.
mindingthecampus.org KC Johnson
Attorneys for [Dean] Eramo contend in court documents that Jackie is a “serial liar” who concocted her tale of sexual assault in an unusual ploy to win the affection of a male U-Va. student she wanted to date. “There is no evidence whatsoever that the story that Jackie told her friends, or the very different story she told Rolling Stone, actually transpired,”… Eramo’s team wants Jackie to detail her interactions with Rolling Stone.
washingtonpost.com By T. Rees Shapiro
Yale. Piers Morgan to Prince Harry: Don’t go to Yale, ‘you wouldn’t last five minutes’ with PC police
“[Y]ou are a young, single man who quite reasonably enjoys the company of ladies and the odd night of partying,” Mr. Morgan wrote. “And that’s a dangerous thing to be in an American university where the atmosphere is now so fraught and tense with political correctness that even contemplating doing anything remotely resembling ‘fun’ is an instant, shaming, life-ruinous thought process.”
A male student was blacked out (as in, a blackout state, not passed out) and received oral sex from a female student…18 months later (and after befriending some victims’ advocates) she accused the male student of sexual assault. The male student was expelled by a campus process where he lacked basic due process rights. After being expelled, he got a lawyer, who discovered text messages from the accuser immediately following the alleged attack. Needless to say, the texts do not support her story.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
University of California-Berkeley and University of Michigan announced new sexual misconduct policies…as expected, the new policies provide few due process protections for accused students.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
The spectacle of Columbia University’s “Mattress Girl,” walking on stage at graduation carrying her mattress, may have been more than Paul Nungesser could take. So Nungesser sued, based upon his claim of protection against sex discrimination under Title IX. Now, his suit has been dismissed on motion by Judge Woods… what gives rise to disappointment is the manifest disconnect between how the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, and the colleges that have applied its “guidance,” has abused Title IX for its own political agenda, where Nungesser was denied the ability to do the same.
blog.simplejustice.us By Scott H. Greenfield
By all rights, Jack Montague should be in Providence, RI, on Thursday, leading Yale against Baylor in its first NCAA tournament appearance since 1962. Instead, he’ll be watching the game on TV — and pondering his lawsuit after Yale expelled him just three months before graduation.
With new manual of protocols, University of Texas System instructs its police officers to base sexual assault investigations in neuroscience. To quote Christina H. Sommers tweet, “reads like blueprint for sexual police state. Fake stats and bogus neuroscience.”
insidehighered.com By Jake New