This conservative scholar's findings challenge popular narrative on the Left

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'“While that gender favoritism for women in terms of a disproportionate share of campus resources for women, including scholarships, fellowships, women's centers, women's commissions, programs, initiatives, conferences, clubs, camps, awards, etc. may have made sense in the early 1970s when Title IX was passed and women were the minority sex, it no longer makes sense today when women are the majority sex and more academically successful than men,” Perry added.

“In fact, the prevalent sex discrimination against men in higher education, and gender favoritism for women, in violation of federal civil rights laws, is now increasingly being increasingly and successfully challenged,” the scholar told Campus Reform. “The goal of Title IX was gender equity in higher education, not the gender favoritism for women we see today, and I think the Office for Civil Rights largely agrees, based on their recent Title IX rulings against sex discrimination against men.”'

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The Reason Some Doctors Argue Men Should Get Circumcised

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'Male circumcision is a “powerful tool to reduce the global burden of STIs on women,” claims a new article published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health. The authors, an international team of physicians, suggest that the benefits of the procedure to women’s health are compelling enough that women should be actively involved in advocating for male circumcision.

They argue that women can help reduce female STI and cervical cancer rates by circumcising their sons, urging male family members and friends to opt for the procedure, choosing circumcised sex partners, and—if they have an uncircumcised partner—encouraging him to “snip the tip.”

They’re basically saying that foreskin is such a major threat to women’s health that women should support global efforts to eradicate it. To be clear, they think that men should support these efforts, too, because they believe circumcision offers STI protection regardless of gender.'

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Mexican musician appears to kill himself after MeToo claim

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'The bass player for the Mexican rock band Botellita de Jerez appeared to have killed himself Monday, just one day after he was accused of sexually harassing a young woman when she was 13.

The Mexico City prosecutors’ office said that while it could not confirm musician Armando Vega-Gil had taken his life, a man’s body was found at a Mexico City home. The body was to be identified by Vega-Gil’s relatives, who went to prosecutors’ offices.
On Sunday, an anonymous woman posted a complaint on Twitter under the hashtag #MeTooMusicosMexicanos, saying Vega-Gil had sexually harassed her when she was 13 and Vega-Gil was 50. The incident would have taken place 14 years ago, since Vega-Gil gave his age as 64 in his farewell letter.

The woman said she visited Vega-Gil’s house with some girlfriends, but felt uncomfortable, and that later he sent her disturbing messages. “He said things that were more and more disgusting and sexually explicit. I decided to block him and change my cellphone.”'

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Scotland: 'Groundbreaking' new domestic abuse law comes into force

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'A new law has come into force that makes psychological domestic abuse and controlling behaviour a crime.

It will be supported by a Scottish government awareness campaign aimed at improving public understanding of the wide-ranging nature of the problem.

The Scottish Parliament passed the Domestic Abuse Act in February last year.

Police Scotland said officers have been given extra training in preparation for the change in law.

The legislation covers not just physical abuse, but psychological and emotional treatment and coercive and controlling behaviour, where abusers isolate their victim from their friends and relatives or control their finances.

It takes account of the full breadth of violent, threatening, intimidating and other controlling behaviour which can destroy a victim's autonomy and further recognises the adverse impact domestic abuse can have on children.'

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Nan chimes in: McSqueezy is good to go

Article here. Beautiful! Nan throws herself under the #MeToo bus and betrays her feminist friends by going all in for Creepy Uncle VAWA Joe McSqueezy as videos and pictures through time and space betray his *wandering hands* as he is featured quite publicly running his meat-hooks and lips along the bodies of girls and women. Where is the Demo-feminist outrage, I ask? Excerpt:

'Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Monday that a pair of allegations of inappropriate kissing and touching against former Vice President Joe Bidenshould “not at all” disqualify him from the 2020 race.

“No. No, I do not,” Pelosi told reporters when asked if she thinks the allegations from two women are disqualifying. 

“I don’t think that this disqualifies him from being president,” she said while walking to the House chamber. “Not at all.”

Pelosi declined to say whether this could damage Biden in a potential 2020 bid. 

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Here they come! Second woman #MeToos VAWA Joe

Article here. Yes, modern women can't handle physical contact with men without a written contract. Well, feminist/Democrat ones anyway. And now watch them eat their own. Lovely. Excerpt:

'A Connecticut woman says Joe Biden touched her inappropriately and rubbed noses with her during a 2009 political fundraiser in Greenwich when he was vice president, drawing further scrutiny to the Democrat and his history of unwanted contact with women as he ponders a presidential run

"It wasn't sexual, but he did grab me by the head," Amy Lappos told The Courant Monday. "He put his hand around my neck and pulled me in to rub noses with me. When he was pulling me in, I thought he was going to kiss me on the mouth."

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Biden defends his behavior with women

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'Former Vice President Joe Biden said Sunday he doesn’t believe he ever acted inappropriately toward women but will “listen respectfully” to suggestions he did.

Biden, who is deciding whether to join the 2020 presidential race, released a new statement in response to allegations from a Nevada politician that he kissed her on the back of the head in 2014 and made her uncomfortable.

“In my many years on the campaign trail and in public life, I have offered countless handshakes, hugs, expressions of affection, support and comfort. And not once — never — did I believe I acted inappropriately,” he said. “If it is suggested I did so, I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention.”

The allegation was made in a New York Magazine article written by Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state representative and the 2014 Democratic nominee for Nevada lieutenant governor.

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NBA player accused of rape, FBI investigating extortion

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'An attorney for Kristaps Porzingis acknowledged Saturday that a woman has accused the NBA star of rape, but says the Dallas Mavericks forward "unequivocally" denies the allegation.

Lawyer Roland Riopelle said the claim against the player was part of an extortion attempt that is being investigated by the FBI.

Citing unidentified law enforcement officials, the New York Post and other news organizations reported earlier that a woman went to police Thursday and said Porzingis raped her in his Manhattan apartment last year while he was playing for the Knicks.

NYPD officials declined to comment.

While playing for the Knicks last year, Porzingis suffered a major knee injury during a game at Madison Square Garden against the Milwaukee Bucks that the Knicks lost. He then went home and invited the woman to his luxury Manhattan apartment where she alleges she was sexually assaulted, the Post said the woman told police.'

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DeVos Title IX Lawsuit Tossed

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'Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ revisions to Obama-era guidance on campus sexual assault will likely stand now that a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging them.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Corley said plaintiffs SurvJustice and two other victims’ rights groups did not do enough to demonstrate that those directly affected by the U.S. Department of Education’s 2017 policy revision couldn’t have filed lawsuits on their own behalf.

“Defendants argue that plaintiffs’ asserted hindrances are insufficient to invoke third-party standing because it is possible for the third party to raise the equal protection claim themselves, and there is evidence that third parties in fact have raised such claims,” Corley wrote in a 17-page decision. “The court agrees.”

SurvJustice sued on behalf of sexual assault victims to protect them from retaliation, the potential loss of privacy and safety, and the possibility that they would be traumatized again.'

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"Sex drought" or "Sex strike"?

Article here. I wonder if it's less a drought and more a strike. For a lot of Millenial men I'd wager listening to feminist babblings is too high a price to pay for a few minutes of pussy once a week. Excerpt:

'The share of U.S. adults reporting no sex in the past year reached an all-time high in 2018, underscoring a three-decade trend line marked by an aging population and higher numbers of unattached people.

But among the 23 percent of adults — or nearly 1 in 4 — who spent the year in a celibate state, a much larger than expected number of them were twentysomething men, according to the latest data from the General Social Survey.

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Former Nevada lawmaker accuses Biden of inappropriate kiss

Article here. Yep, I admit, I was waiting for it. Cometh now the floodeth of reports of Crazy VAWA Joe The Squeezer handling, touching, kissing, and generally feeling up women as he has oft been even photographed doing. The Dem politicos will of course have fits trying to keep a lid on it. We'll see how they do. Excerpt:

'Lucy Flores, the former Democratic nominee for Nevada lieutenant governor, on Friday accused former Vice President Joe Biden of what she described as an inappropriate encounter when he campaigned for her in 2014.

Writing in “The Cut,” Flores said she was standing at the side of the stage at a campaign rally when she felt Biden approach her from behind and lean in to smell her hair.

“He proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head,” Flores wrote. “My brain couldn’t process what was happening. I was embarrassed. I was shocked. I was confused.”

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Down with feelgood feminist victimhood

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'You have to admire Caroline Criado-Perez. She may have had the best education money can buy. She may live in a society falling over itself to provide opportunities for well-bred, well-educated women, such as all-women parliamentary shortlists or women-only scholarships. Yet none of this deters the brave campaigner against sexist bank notes and statues in her efforts to prove that women are still oppressed.

Life is tough for professional feminists. You have to go on television and explain how cartoons like Fireman Sam put three-year-old girls off entering the fire service. You have to make public the misery women endure from phones that are too big for ladies’ dainty hands and air conditioning set to a male body temperature. You might pick up a salary working for a pressure group like the Fawcett Society or UK Feminista, but, like Everyday Sexism’s Laura Bates, you still have to travel the country to speak in school assemblies. And, like Criado-Perez, you have to promote your latest book.

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UK: Woman loses appeal over false rape accusation conviction

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'An appeal court has backed the 10-year jail term given to a fantasist who made false rape allegations against a series of men and thrown out her claims she was wrongly convicted. 

Jemma Beale , from Bedfont, west London, was handed the prison sentence for perverting the course of justice and perjury after she made fake sex attack claims against 15 men - one of whom was jailed for two years and another fled the country.

The 27-year-old however continues to protest her innocence and today asked senior judges to overturn her conviction.

Her lawyers told the Court of Appeal that the judge hadn't warned the jury about the 'myths and stereotypes' which swirl around false rape claim cases. 

They also claimed, even if she was guilty, she should have been given a shorter sentence because she had been abused as a child.

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Rapper Cardi B Admits To Drugging And Robbing Men She Lured To Hotel With Promised Sex

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'A three-year-old video of rapper Cardi B on Instagram Live recently resurfaced online where the artist admits that she used to drug and rob men whom she would lure to a hotel room with the promise of sex. Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, said it was a necessary practice to survive when she worked as a stripper.
The shocking video prompted a #SurvivingCardiB hashtag on social media, a reference to alleged sexual abuse committed by R&B singer R. Kelly recently examined in a Lifetime documentary called "Surviving R. Kelly."

One woman noted that Cardi B’s admission would be headline news if she were a man. "Why isn’t anyone talking about [Cardi B] and her drugging men then robbing them," she wrote. "Like if this were a man for example… this would be a different story."'

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Professor who challenges women-only programs threatens to sue student government for defaming him

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'A professor at the University of Michigan-Flint has threatened legal action against the student government after it publicly accused him of “hate and bigotry.”

Mark Perry is also deploying the university’s Bias Response Team against members of the student government, which may be faster than the courts in bringing them to heel.

The dispute concerns Perry’s Title IX complaint against Wayne State University, a public institution in Detroit, for serving as “venue sponsor” of a tech bootcamp limited to black girls last summer.

He first filed an internal complaint with the university and then with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, which agreed to conduct an investigation, according to documents obtained by student newspaper The South End.'

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