A few pertinent points:
- The accusing student waited 13 months to file a complaint
- The parties had a previous sexual relationship they had promised to end, but the male still had “strong feelings” for her
- “Anticipating that she would become more intoxicated,” the accuser kept texting the accused
- “I mean … sex is awesome, and I might try to get it from you. But I shouldn’t. I don’t think,” she wrote
- “[T]he male student interpreted the female student’s texts as ‘ambivalence,’ not an explicit refusal of a sexual encounter”
- Though she described herself as “hammered” earlier in the evening, the male said she was “enthusiastic” and they had sex twice that night and once in the morning
- She didn’t recall sending most of the texts
And in another strong parallel to the Occidental case:
While the complainant said she was upset with the events of March 22, she did not initially consider the encounter to be an instance of sexual misconduct. A few days later, however, the complainant was surprised when her friends said the respondent’s actions constituted rape because her level of intoxication rendered her unable to give consent. …
If it protects Just One Innocent Victim……
If any other business in the US harmed 20% of their female clientele the government would seize all assets and jail CEOs.
Why is our government promoting, nay even providing loan money, to young Adult women and men to attend these putrid pools of disrepute? Does the government want Our Girls to suffer these disgraceful attacks?
Shut. Down. The. College. Rape. Factories.