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Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
It's not like the girls at Harvard passed the boner test anyway. All the good college pussy in Bean Town is on the other side of the Charles River.
10-16-2014 07:04 PM
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
(10-16-2014 02:38 PM)DannyAlberta Wrote:  looking at the on-line bios available for many of the 28 current and former professors who signed on, it strikes me that many of them already were sjws (or at least progressives). this includes an advisor to the obama campaign. nonetheless, they oppose the new policy.

http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/bartholet/

http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/elhauge/bio.php

http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/prs/field.html

http://www.nancygertner.com/

http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/suk/

https://www.law.ucla.edu/faculty/faculty...cie-white/

this is remarkable.

It just goes to show how extreme the university has become when the law school faculty, predictably made up primarily of leftist activists, even gets squeamish. At least a minority of them still value due process, while the university has gone over to a fringe left, Alinsky-esque, ends justify the means value system.
10-16-2014 07:13 PM
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
SJWs at Harvard protesting :

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Laugh
(This post was last modified: 10-30-2014 07:07 PM by TigerMandingo.)
10-30-2014 07:01 PM
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
^ what will these people do without parental/teacher/school/government supervision? if the children are the future i want out...
10-30-2014 07:04 PM
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
I didn't want to start a new thread on this since MIT and Harvard go hand-in-hand. So, it seems that one of the few remaining bastions of male intellect, MIT, is being praised for standing up to the horrific epidemic of sexual assault....this time by Time magazine staff writer Eliza Gray (seen below with an orbiter). WB.

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Article link:

http://time.com/3544323/mit-survey-sexua...ge-campus/

Honestly, the entire article is comedy gold so I'll post the memorable stuff and you guys can dig into it.

Quote:A new survey of student experiences with sexual assault at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is an encouraging step for schools working to put an end to the shamefully widespread problem of campus rape.



Quote:And the numbers show that even an institution far better known for Fields Medals than frat parties has an incidence of campus rape comparable to other colleges. Roughly 35% of MIT’s 11,000 graduates and undergraduates took the anonymous survey. Of the undergrads, about 17% of women and 5% of men reported experiencing sexual assault while at the Massachusetts school.


Quote:But a deeper look at the numbers points to a more troubling statistic. Even though 17% of female undergraduates reported an experience that fits the survey’s definition of sexual assault (“unwanted sexual behaviors … involving use of force, physical threat, or incapacitation”), only 11% of female undergraduates checked “yes” when asked directly if they had been “raped” or “sexually assaulted.” Despite a concerted effort by the Obama Administration, state officials and campus leaders, MIT students were uncertain about what qualified as sexual violence — even when reporting that they had experienced assault.

Quote:The MIT survey also indicated a tendency among undergraduates to blame victims, including themselves, for assaults that had taken place. Fifteen percent of female undergraduate respondents and 25% of male undergraduates said that a drunk person who is assaulted is “at least somewhat responsible” for what happened, while 31% of female undergraduate respondents and 35% of males said they believed that sexual assault and rape “happen because men can get carried away in sexual situations once they’ve started.”
(This post was last modified: 11-03-2014 02:16 PM by TigerMandingo.)
11-03-2014 02:09 PM
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RE: Harvard Law Profs say hell no to new Sexual Harassment Procedure
(10-16-2014 11:51 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  And here we go, just as I predicted.

The blog Community of the Wrongly Accused (formerly called False Rape Society) has a post today that tells about "anti-due process activists" calling out the Harvard professors and their letter.

It also mentions that there is now a Feminism subreddit post about the so-called "rape apologist" professors. He says the real test will be when Salon and Jezebel respond to the professors' letter. I feel they will fail that test, but that's just me.

Community of the Wrongly Accused is a blog that I really think is doing important work. This particular post makes some brilliant points about anti-rape hysteria, likening the move away from due process to the days lynch mobs strung up alleged "rapists" because they too felt the legal system wasn't cutting it.

Rather than rehash his points, I urge people to read the full post and make the blog regular reading, since it's an authoritative source on this topic: http://www.cotwa.info/2014/10/the-anti-d...ts-at.html
Have just started reading through some articles on that site.

It is excellent, and very reassuring to know that some sane people are fighting this Inquisition against male sexuality.
11-03-2014 05:50 PM
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