In 2015, flyers began appearing on university campuses warning male students about the dangers of false accusations of sexual misconduct. Created by S.A.F.E. (Stop Abuse For Everyone), the flyer included a screencap of text messages cited as evidence in a lawsuit against Occidental College, which had expelled a male student despite texts clearly indicating that his accuser had consented to intercourse. (An Esquire article vividly described that 2013 incident.)
The S.A.F.E. flyer included this advice to male students:
What can you do to protect yourself?
• If she has touched alcohol, do not touch her.
• Document and save her consent; never delete conversations.
What you need to know if you are accused of sexual misconduct:
• Your college will treat you as guilty under current interpretations of Federal Title IX.
• Consult a lawyer before you say anything — your school will not help you prove your innocence.
• Call your parents. You should not be ashamed of being falsely accused. We can help explain to
your parents why this is happening to hundreds of college men.
• Prepare to fight for your future.
Who is responsible for this state of affairs? Feminists, whose influence in the Obama administration led to the notorious “Dear Colleague” letter in 2011 that in effect ordered university officials to deny due-process rights to students accused of sexual misconduct. The Trump administration has since rescinded that federal directive, but such policies remain in effect at most universities. No male student can safely engage in sexual activity on an American university campus, because so many female students have been indoctrinated with radical feminist ideology that condemns males as perpetrators of sexual violence, and views heterosexuality as inherently oppressive to women. This anti-male/anti-heterosexual ideology is the basis of university policies that mandate “consent” training sessions in which female students are taught they are at risk of becoming victims of sexual assault, and advised on procedures for making rape accusations against male students. This has produced what Professor Laura Kipnis calls “sexual paranoia” among college students, resulting in what authors K.C. Johnson and Stuart Taylor Jr. call The Campus Rape Frenzy.
The goal of this feminist crusade is to prevent young men from obtaining college degrees. Males are already a minority of college students (43% of undergraduates and women outnumber men 2-to-1 on some campuses) in the United States, but feminists seek to reduce that even further. Inciting a campus climate of anti-male hatred is one way to discourage males from enrolling, and encouraging false rape accusations that automatically result in expulsion is another weapon in the feminist campaign to deny educational opportunities to males.
Feminists are determined to advance this agenda by any means necessary. At elite Oberlin College, for example, a radical ideologue was appointed dean of students, resulting in two lawsuits against the college and a decline in enrollment that led to a budget crisis. Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and our institutions of higher education are part of this destructive plan.
Parents: Warn your sons about the anti-male hostility that now controls college campuses in America. Sending your son to college will make him a target of feminists who seek to destroy him, and he should be cautioned to avoid any sexual interaction with female students. Tell your son to read the filings in John Doe v. Occidental College:
Jane Doe initiated the sexual contact, then asked the male student for a condom in writing, then texted a friend that she was going to have sex, then asked for a condom again when she got to John Doe’s dorm room, then she willingly performed consensual oral sex on John Doe, then she told friends through John Doe’s dorm room door that she was “fine” when she was having sex, and then continued sexual intercourse when another student walked in on the couple in the midst of sexual intercourse, and then she texted smiley faces to friends right after having sexual intercourse, as soon as she left John Doe’s dorm room.
Jane Doe was encouraged to file a sexual misconduct complaint against John Doe by Occidental College Asst. Prof. Danielle Dirks, who told Jane Doe she was raped, said Jane Doe was suffering from PTSD, and told her that “[John Doe] fits the profile of other rapists on campus in that he had a high GPA in high school, was his class valedictorian, was on [a sports] team, and was ‘from a good family.’”
John Doe was expelled as a result of this bogus accusation, and this is just one of more than 120 lawsuits in which male students say they were falsely accused and denied due process by universities.
Now that you know what feminism means for your sons, ask yourself: What does feminism mean for your daughters? What it means is that she is unlikely to have a boyfriend at college, because boys will be afraid even to talk to her, lest they be accused of “sexual harassment.”
Keep in mind, of course, that male students are a minority on nearly all campuses, so that the odds are against your daughter finding a boyfriend at college anyway, and then factor into those calculations the influence of radical feminism on campus. Unless you as a parent want your daughter to become a crazy cat lady — a lonely spinster, or perhaps a lesbian — you must warn her against the feminist agenda that is not only anti-male, but also anti-marriage, anti-motherhood and anti-heterosexual.
America’s children are growing up in a world that most adults never imagined could exist, a world shaped by the “progressive” ideology of a decadent elite that now controls not only our universities, but also the entertainment industry and most major news media organizations. These ideologues are determined to deprive us of our constitutional liberty and to control every institution of our culture. Warn your sons, America.
Teaching assistants and contract faculty at York University have voted to reject the schools final contract offer, paving the way for a possible walkout starting next week.
“Our membership resoundingly rejected the concessionary and in some ways insulting offer that the administration provided,” said Julian Arend, the vice-president of Unit 2 of CUPE Local 3903.
CUPE Local 3903 says its membership has voted to begin a strike on Monday, however, they also have given their bargaining unit a mandate to resume talks over the weekend in an attempt to avert a walkout.
The union represents about 3,700 contract faculty, teaching assistants, graduate assistants and research assistants at Canada’s third-largest university.
Some of the sticking points for the employees have been health benefits and summer funding.
In a statement the university said it is consulting with the conciliator to determine if there is a basis for a settlement, adding they are willing to go to binding arbitration to resolve the most difficult issues.
“The situation doesn’t look good in terms of avoiding a strike. At this point it’s very likely that some sort of action will commence next week,” said Arend.
The last time there was a strike was in March 2015.
The union has been without a contract since Aug. 31, 2017
A Clemson student has been arrested after deputies say she falsely accused a man of raping her at a fraternity house party.
Sarah Katherine Campbell, 18, was arrested Wednesday and charged with filing a false police report of a felony, according to Jimmy Watt, a spokesman for the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office in South Carolina.
In a brief interview, Campbell, of Herndon, Va., denied falsely reporting a sexual assault, the Anderson Independent Mail reported Thursday.
“I’m a victim of sexual assault,” Campbell said. “This story is being blown out of proportion, and that’s all I can say.”
Campbell did not respond to a Facebook message from Fox News, seeking comment.
Deputies began investigating after she reported being attacked at the Delta Chi Fraternity House near the Clemson campus in the early morning hours of Jan. 27.
She lodged the complaint with campus police, who contacted deputies.
Reports in January said the suspect was not a Clemson student. He was never charged.
Watt said after deputies interviewed Campbell, the investigation was turned over to the sheriff’s office Criminal Investigations Unit.
“As the investigation continued and evidence was gathered in the case and based upon that evidence, it was determined that the sexual relations between Campbell and the male at the Fraternity House was consensual and that Campbell had not been truthful in the information that she provided to the investigator in the case,” Watt said.
“Based upon that evidence, the investigator had probable cause to obtain an arrest warrant against Campbell,” he said.
All fraternity social events were suspended by Clemson’s self-governing Interfraternity Council while the investigation was being conducted, the Independent Mail reported. The president of the council, Landon Flowers, said on Twitter that his group was committed to “holding our members to a higher standard.”
Campbell was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center and released on $5,000 bond.