I saw this tweet from RS McCain today:
— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) November 5, 2015
In fact what the young lady had to say was so obvious that one wonders why it would need to be said aloud.
If we don’t give colleges the power to put the accused on trial and convict criminals for murder, why do we give them the power to do so for cases of sexual assault? It makes absolutely no sense at all, and violates the very constitutional rights that our nation was built on.
Given the amount of time he has taken studying the insanity that is gender studies and feminist tumbler that paragraph must have been a pleasure
I refuse to call myself a feminist who needs to accuse men of rape whenever I wake up next to a stranger and realize I got too drunk and made a poor decision out of MY OWN POOR JUDGMENT to quell my regret and self-confidence issues. Instead, I identify as an independent woman who empowers herself by taking responsibility for my own actions, whether good or bad, and doesn’t need a bogus social movement like modern feminism to feel like I am worthy of being equal to men.
All of this is good news but this part is better news:
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this assignment came after the student turned it in. Instead of admonishing the student, the graduate student instructor was appreciative of her counter viewpoint. The instructor commended the student for not believing everything she hears and for providing a different take.
That’s a good sign, of course it would be a better sign if she didn’t have to be anonymous.
Closing thought Mark Steyn reports that this problem isn’t just an american problem: