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Rape Culture Argument Denies Mankind's Depravity

The White House and left-wing media are pushing the ridiculous notion that 20% of college girls are raped. They base this statistic off of a… 693 more words


Train's Tracks

I was in my early 20’s when a friend shared with me that while in college she had “trains” ran on her. A “train” is when a person is engaged in a continuous occurrence of sex with one partner, followed by another partner, followed by another partner, and so on and so on. 553 more words

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Virginia Postrel: From out of the frat house, a good idea for preventing rape

Given the mounting concern about sexual assault on college campuses, you might expect activists to welcome a fraternity adviser’s message that Greek houses should take positive steps to protect inebriated women from potential dangers. 1,055 more words

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Not So Frat-tastic

I’m sure a lot of you have heard statistics relating fraternities to higher instances of sexual assault and rape.  It’s no big secret that unhealthy views of women and sexuality can be promoted, especially in environments inundated with alcohol and peer pressure.  53 more words

Stolen voice

When she was 10 years old, a man came to her house to measure the rooms for new curtains.

Her sister was upstairs and her father was in the garden. 265 more words


A Look Back At The Antioch Sexual Offense Prevention Policy: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

n 1993, Antioch College, a small liberal arts college in Yellow Springs, Ohio became national news when it rolled out its groundbreaking sexual offense prevention policy (ASOPP).   1,168 more words


Yes Means Yes: Defending the right to a sex positive education

By Aisling Walsh

The state of California has just passed a “Yes Means Yes” sexual assault law that has defined consent as “an affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity.” This is a landmark step in the advancement of women’s sexual rights and the rights to bodily integrity when too often silence, a lack of resistance, being drunk, drugged or unconscious or provocative behavior have been deemed toconstitute implicit consent on the part of the victim of a sexual assault. 672 more words

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