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'After her repeated demands to have sex were rebuffed, a Florida woman grabbed a hatchet and began beating on the locked door of the bathroom where her beau had sought refuge, police report.

According to police, Leslie Mills, 26, returned home early Thursday after a drinking binge and began badgering the victim to “engage in sexual activity with her.” The man--who said he was awoken by the persistent Mills--told cops that he moved from the Ocala home’s bedroom to the couch in a bid to escape her.

However, Mills followed him to the living room, where she climbed atop the victim, “still asking for him to have sex with her,” according to an Ocala Police Department report. After again declining to have sex, the man went into the bathroom and locked the door.'

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'The College Republicans at the UC Irvine are claiming victory, following the reversal of a decision by administrators to suspend them for a year. “It’s a huge victory for freedom of speech and assembly, and I think this move proves that there is bias to political ideologies in this administration,” said Ariana Rowlands, President of the UCI College Republicans.

The disciplinary action was imposed after a June 2nd event hosting the controversial right wing speaker Milo Yiannopoulos. He visited the students as part of his “Dangerous Faggot Tour.” The administration based the action on a contractual insurance violation at the event. However, the University changed course following a social media firestorm and national petition supporting the students. First administrators temporarily lifted the ban pending an appeal, and now have permanently lifted the suspension and cancelled the appeals process.'

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Article here. And in the HuffPo, too! Excerpt:

'When any injustice occurs a victim is created. This series will tell you stories you may not have heard about, or may not have known that these victims even existed. Please keep in mind, that is not the basis for this series. This series is intended to show readers how incredibly inept colleges and universities are when it comes to rape complaints on their campuses. Also, hopefully sharing these stories will bring enough light to the severity of the issue, that a change might be inspired.

Title IX and Rape. I am sure there are some people reading this who had no idea it was even an issue. I mean Title IX is supposed to ensure that sexual discrimination is prohibited in any federally funded education program or activity, right? Why is the word rape even associated with Title IV? In 2011, The Office for Civil Rights put into place a “Dear Colleague Letter“ which explains that discrimination includes the following, “Sexual harassment of students, which includes acts of sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX.” The letter also states:
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However, at the school level he was immediately suspended and kicked off campus. According to the complaint, no real investigation was done. No one was allowed to testify on his behalf, the school would not take his statement, allow the private investigator or attorney to speak or introduce the evidence. He had been suspended from school pending the outcome at the same time his due process rights were stripped. He had no way to prove his innocence without the facts of the case being presented.'

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Petition here. Excerpt:

'OPEN SOCIETIES NEED OPEN CAMPUSES. But right now, free speech and due process are under assault. The vast majority of universities now have “speech codes” and “free speech zones,” and persons accused of sexual misconduct no longer receive basic due process protections.

Laura Kipnis and Grant Neal are two recent examples of this attack on our basic rights:'

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'After months of deliberation, the Marine Corps has decided to remove the word “man” from 19 job titles, in an effort to make the service more inclusive now that all combat roles are open to women.

The review, mandated by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus in January, will soon wrap-up and post the changes publicly in several days, according to an anonymous Marine official who spoke with Marine Corps Times.

Although many old titles will no longer exist, as they’ll be made gender neutral, some iconic titles still remain, such as “rifleman” and “mortar man.” This is unlikely to satisfy many Marines, who believe that political correctness has gone completely out of control.'

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'As a female college student, the Title IX industrial-complex and the draconian investigation guidelines that it produced is absurd. Men accused of misconduct should have a fair trial, shouldn't they?

Thus, I applaud the former UVA student's lawsuit. Here's why:

The crusade against due process already has produced many victims. There have been at least 140 lawsuits brought against colleges by men who suffered an unfair trial. Amherst College, Swarthmore College, and St. Joseph's University have all settled such suits. No doubt, a costly process for both parties.

Administrators will never be able to never fairly investigate rape and sexual assault allegations. No number of Title IX lawsuits will change that. Colleges have capricious rules of evidence, no subpoenas. No neutral judge, either.

Expulsion from college is no small matter, especially for underprivileged students. Low-income and first-generation students often lack the cultural and financial capital to obtain legal help. Racial minorities, particularly black men, are uniquely susceptible to facing a trial despite lacking legal counsel, and being found guilty in the absence of evidence.

Due process safeguards are not merely a matter of legal justice, but of racial and economic justice as well.'

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Story here. A case could be made that the parrot has acted as a tape or other recording device. Interesting to see how this goes. Excerpt:

'A Sand Lake couple’s pet parrot could be used as evidence to prove Glenna Duram murdered her husband Martin.

Fourteen months after Martin Duram was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds in his Sand Lake home, Glenna Duram, 48, is in jail and accused of his murder.

His family thinks the couple quarreled over unpaid bills, foreclosure on their home and her gambling debts.

They believe she killed him and tried but failed to kill herself.

A few weeks after his death last May, the couple’s parrot started repeating a loud, profane argument between a male and a female:'

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'What would happen if Based Mom sat down with Based Goddess for an hour to discuss modern-day feminism? No need to speculate—here's the full one-hour interview (with bonus content!) featuring Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia where they break down #Gamergate, intersectional feminism, the "male gaze", and much, much more.'

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'Several questions are being raised over the veracity of the alleged gang rape in Bihar's Motihari district. The case is being termed as the 'Nirbhaya' episode of Bihar and seen as yet another proof of the deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
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According to the accusations levelled by the victim's family, the protestations of girl's mother infuriated Samiullah. He came to the victim's house with five other men of his family, dragged her out of the house and gang-raped her. The accused also allegedly forced a homemade gun into girl's private parts.
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However, a ground investigation by Catch indicates there is more to the case than meets the eye.

"There are no marks on the victim's body suggesting rape. She does not suffer from internal injuries," claims Dr Prashant Kumar, Civil Surgeon, Motihari.
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Kumar argues that gang-rape victims don't normally heal within a week or 10 days. According to him, the victim had come to the hospital in 'normal condition' and walked on her own feet. She complained only of pain in the stomach and backache, according to Kumar.'

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Article here. Again, I reiterate: Men should not attend co-ed colleges until or unless the insanity stops. Consider only men's colleges if you value getting a degree. Excerpt:

'An increasing portion of the college experience for men is staying on top of the ever-shifting expectations of behavior toward women, through the curriculum, seminars and campus activism.

Ignore all of it and watch your back.

That’s the clear-eyed and urgent message from Tina McCormick, the Danish-born publisher of NewBostonPost and Harvard Ph.D., in an open letter to her four sons who will be “off to college in a snap.”

Their schooling thus far has taught them to “see the relationship between girls and boys mostly in physical terms” and pursue “emotion-free sex” devoid of love and respect:
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"What our present day culture teaches you about equality and sexual liberation is a dangerous trap. Should you buy into it, your life may be ruined forever. No matter how kind and decent, how talented and giving a person you have always been, there will be no mercy for you."'

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Video here. The video shows how people readily intervene when a man abuses a woman but do nothing when the genders are flipped. And feminists say there's no problem with double-standards here.

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Article here. Excerpt:

'On Fathers Day, American dads are in good company. From Argentina to Russia, from Kenya to Japan, most nations seem to set a day to celebrate fatherhood.

The first US "Father's Day" was 1908, when a West Virginia mining community was mourning the Monongah Mining Disaster. 361 men were killed, 250 of them fathers, leaving around a thousand fatherless children.

I surveyed the Boston Globe, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times to find out the current meaning of Father’s Day in the U.S.'

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'Colleges and universities would have to tell their students in writing that they are presumed innocent when accused of sexual misconduct, under a sweeping model bill offered by a due-process advocacy group.

Dubbed the Campus Equality, Fairness, and Transparency Act (CEFTA), the bill would largely overturn the regulatory apparatus that has governed campus sexual-misconduct proceedings since the Department of Education’s 2011 “Dear Colleague” letter, now the subject of litigation.

Though CEFTA is written for introduction in Congress, its author – Stop Abusive and Violent Environments – wrote that it could be modified for the state level as well.'

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'The Hungarian unit of UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund, has launched a campaign to persuade Hungarians to donate 1 per cent of their personal income tax to the office. UNICEF says it will use the support to fight against family violence and child abuse in Hungary. In order to prove that UNICEF have published three scandalous videos recently, in which Hungarian children, probably child actors, explain how they protect themselves from their own fathers, “providing ideas” for fellow child victims. (In the beginning videos were also shown in cinemas, forcing people to watch them before movies. As a result of the scandal, they have been removed later.)

The videos have triggered harsh reactions in Hungary, many say they are “extremist”, “misleading”, “harmful”, “anti-father”, and “anti-family”. In one of the videos, Luca, a 10-year old girl, explains how she used to lock the door of the room after her Mum leaves home and before her father pays a “visit” to his daughter. Luca also says that she used to hide in a closet from his father instead of ” just waiting for him” in the bed. In another video a small kid, Benji, explains how to cover furniture with clothes in order to protect himself from serious injuries he would otherwise suffer when his father beating him.'

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'In essence: Happy Father’s Day, dads. You suck at doing all the things women do so well as moms and as employees. This tweet sums up everything wrong with sexist modern feminism and illustrates virtue signaling at its worst.

Slaughter is, of course, a former Princeton University professor whose 2012 piece in The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” became a kind of guidepost for discussing how difficult work-life balance really is for working mothers to achieve, especially in advocating that working dads need to step up and do more household chores and parenting.

Slaughter’s tweet did not go over well, and not just because of the timing (is Father’s Day really the time to nag dads that they just don’t “do enough” around the house?). The premise was way off, and people caught that, too.'

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