The "1 of 5" lie Ms Maxwell used as "prove" in her rant, linked by me, against basic law principles, which led to the deletion of due process to 50% of US college students (the male ones), since now they are stolen their right to be heared their side of the story, and worse took the cases from law enforcement (police, state attorneys) in the hands of colleges (who shall not prosecute crimes). It would be commical ifn´t it would be so tragic true:http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2014/12/college_rape_campus_sexual_assault_is_a_serious_problem_but_the_efforts.html
"For the years 1995 to 2011, as the University of Colorado Denver’s Rennison explained to me, it found that an estimated 0.8 percent of noncollege females age 18-24 revealed that they were victims of threatened, attempted, or completed rape/sexual assault. Of the college females that age during that same time period, approximately 0.6 percent reported they experienced such attempted or completed crime. That finding diverges wildly from the notion that one in five college women will be sexually assaulted by the time they graduate
. That’s the number most often used to suggest there is overwhelming sexual violence on America’s college campuses. It comes from a 2007 study funded by the National Institute of Justice, called the Campus Sexual Assault Study, or CSA. (I cited it last year in a story on campus drinking and sexual assault.) The study asked 5,466 female college students at two public universities
, one in the Midwest and one in the South, to answer an online survey about their experiences with sexual assault. The survey defined sexual assault as everything from nonconsensual sexual intercourse to such unwanted activities as “forced kissing,” “fondling,” and “rubbing up against you in a sexual way, even if it is over your clothes.”
"Carol Tavris is a social psychologist and author of the feminist classic, The Mismeasure of Woman, and, with Elliot Aronson, Mistakes Were Made (but Not by Me). She says
she is troubled by the blurring of distinctions between rape (notably by predatory males), unwanted sex (where one party agrees to sex not out of desire but to please or placate the partner), and the kind of consensual sex where both parties are so drunk they can barely remember what happened—and one of them later regrets it.
She says, “Calling all of these kinds of sexual encounters ‘rape’ or ‘sexual assault’ doesn’t teach young women how to learn what they want sexually, let alone how to communicate what they want, or don’t want. It doesn’t teach them to take responsibility for their decisions,
for their reluctance to speak up. Sexual communication is really hard—you don’t learn how to do it in a few weekends.”Tavris also believes holding only men responsible for their sexual behavior has pernicious effects on women because it supports a victim identity that is already too prevalent in our society.
“It’s so much easier to be a victim than to admit culpability, admit your own involvement, admit that you made a mistake,
” she says. “It’s much easier to say it’s all his fault.
Look, sometimes it is all his fault. That’s called rape.
But ambiguities and unexpected decisions are part of many encounters, especially sexual ones.”"
"And it’s not just about conveying to young women the dangers of drinking. It’s equally important to tell young men about the jeopardy they face when having an alcohol-fueled sexual encounter at college. While women’s consumption is often considered a mitigating factor at campus tribunals, men’s consumption generally is not
. This disparity is sex discrimination*
." (* against males, for those who still didn´t got it yet)
I am thankful to have a daughter. And I am even more thankful that, if I had a son studiying in the once free and democratic USA, he is now open to the despotism that took place in basically all US colleges (by government force
from the highest level, the gangster Obama regime & his cohorts). Young lives are destroyed forever for things that never happend.
My example of the concert which to many may have looked absurd, is sad truth (see above). It wasn´t far-fetched. Young male students are in the hands of mercy of their (wrong) accusers. I deeply hope that some rich guys sue the hell out of colleges until this injustice and plain insanity stops.
I further hope for everybody living in the USA (especially parents of boys) something I thought I´d never say: Kick the evil femi-nazis, that criminal joke of a president out of government and start at zero, even if it means the other (it now seems less evils) take control.
If "1 of 5" was really true, US colleges are more dangerous to women than to those living in war zones like Congo. Again it would be commical if not sad truth.
I pray for you all US parents, mothers, and fathers, that your son is speared the experiences as those of the wrongly accused Lacrosse players, Drew, and all the other young men whose lives were destroyed forever by a dangerous and sick applied agenda that started with Femi-Nazism.Edit:
Further, there is hope. I went trou the 1.850 comments of Maxwells dangerous propagandistic article. 99% were shocked and disgusted like me (women, parents, wrongly accused, rape victims themselves
, forensic workers, lefties, righties, everybody). Where the femi-nazis were? Hidden in their holes, because they have zilch arguments. They prefered to go to her (Maxwells) Facebook site, sure to be proteced from fine Americans with common sense. Again: Expel this woman from the ABA, the WP, and basically all society events. But don´t worry, you blinded sick femi nazis. You are still winning, until the brave silent majority fnally stands up and say "enough is enough".
If that insanity all goes on further (most likely), I give a 100% guarantee: The end of society... right back to middle age and "Hexen-Verbrennung"... Only that the sex of the victims will have changed. You small but powerful number of personally disordered femi nazis want that, but the majority of fine Americans and people all over the world don´t want that!