Since she admittedly gave consent without coercion or threat, clearly a new term would need to be introduced in order to make her a victim…the birth of “raped by rape culture.” In addition to insulting rape victims everywhere, such a claim introduces a very scary mindset: that if you happen to be a woman, you are incapable of saying yes and meaning it.
www.everyjoe.com By Liz Finnegan
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.
“We are extremely proud of Paul for graduating, even more so because of the harassment campaign he was subjected to. For over two years, he had to fight false accusations and a public witch-hunt, even though Columbia and the NYPD exonerated him.”
www.washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow
Nungesser is suing Columbia, university president Lee Bollinger, and Sulkowicz’s thesis supervisor for allowing him to be subjected to “gender-based harassment” which severely damaged his educational experience and future prospects, even though a campus panel found him not culpable on the sexual assault charge.
reason.com By Cathy Young
Nicole Eramo is seeking more than $7.5 million in damages from Rolling Stone, its parent company Wenner Media and Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
Columbia. University used its own resources to attack a student whom it cleared of sexual-assault allegations
…according to the lawsuit, the problems started when the university began tolerating “and then embraced” Sulkowicz’s behavior… “effectively sponsoring a defamation and harassment movement against Paul.”
‘Columbia University’s effective sponsorship of the gender-based harassment and defamation of Paul resulted in an intimidating, hostile, demeaning … learning and living environment,’ the lawsuit said.
U. Va.’s policy bans a wide array of conduct that is perfectly legal under Virginia state law, and that neither involves sexual intercourse, nor occurs against anyone’s wishes. This is an outrageous invasion of students’ privacy…
legalinsurrection.com by Hans Bader
No concern over the unnamed rapist, who students at UVA were quick to identify regardless. No concern that a decades-old fraternity was forced to close its doors and is now suing Rolling Stone for defamation. And no concern over accusations that may have ruined a young man’s chances in life, simply because he was “accused” without due process.
www.mindingthecampusBy KC Johnson
Jane texted a friend “I’m wasted” and “I’mgoingtohave sex now,”…Under the current guidelines recommended by the Office for Civil Rights, schools have considerable leeway in how they structure their investigation and adjudication processes..Three months later, John would find out he’d been expelled.
www.esquire.com By Richard Dorment