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Wrongfully Accused Men Suing Universities to Clear Their Names

Posted by V the K at 1:15 pm - November 12, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Legal Issues

Universities that caved to the Fascism of the Radical Feminist Left and the Obama Department of Justice and adopted the standard for rape conviction demanded by those parties — i.e. A man is guilty of rape if a woman accuses him of rape — are now being sued by men who’ve been wrongfully convicted and deprived of civil rights under that absurd standard.

As of this month, there have been 50 known lawsuits filed by men found guilty of rape looking for justice to clear their names and legal record, according to A Voice For Male Students’ website.

“Predictably, a wave of lawsuits soon erupted as young men wrongly accused of sex crimes found themselves hustled through a vague and misshapen adjudication process with slipshod checks and balances and Kafkaesque standards of evidence,” the men’s advocacy page reads.

Brown University settled one suit for a million dollars. Caving into radical feminism comes with w price tag, but at least innocent men are getting some compensation.

It ain’t just straight dudes either.

The accuser, who has not filed criminal charges, has called for administrators to issue a sharper punishment, ideally expulsion. He said he is considering filing a Title IX complaint against the school because, he said, administrators downplayed some of his concerns, were not sufficiently transparent about the process, and discriminated against him because he is a man and gay.

“There are parts of me that wish I didn’t go through this process because I feel like I’ve gone through a lot of re-victimization and re-traumatization,” the accuser said in an interview. “But I also feel like it’s something that needs to be talked about.’’

Meanwhile, the accused student has denied the allegations, which he called “ridiculous,” saying he and his ex-boyfriend had a typical romantic relationship.

I think most of us are familiar with how bitter and vengeful XBF’s can be after a bad breakup.

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10 Comments

  1. So, the feminist overreach in this matter ultimately just benefits (1) lawyers, and (2) men.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — November 12, 2014 @ 1:45 pm - November 12, 2014

  2. (continued) I wouldn’t be surprised if we began to see guys *getting themselves accused* of rape so that, after the University violates their civil rights and treats them unfairly, they can get a million-dollar settlement. You know, to pay off their student debts.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — November 12, 2014 @ 1:47 pm - November 12, 2014

  3. Yet another excellent example of why abstinence before marriage and fidelity within marriage simply MAKES SENSE!!!

    Comment by Craig Smith — November 12, 2014 @ 2:20 pm - November 12, 2014

  4. Brietbart’s gay journalist announces Social JustUs Whoreiers defeated at #Gammergate
    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/11/12/The-authoritarian-Left-was-on-course-to-win-the-culture-wars-then-along-came-GamerGate

    Comment by Steve — November 12, 2014 @ 2:25 pm - November 12, 2014

  5. This is definitely a hot topic in higher education considering the new guidance provided by the OCR. Here are two interesting articles I saw in the Chronicle of Higher Education a few months ago.

    http://chronicle.com/article/In-Sexual-Misconduct-Cases/148783/

    http://chronicle.com/article/Presumed-Guilty/148529/

    Comment by B. Long — November 12, 2014 @ 3:57 pm - November 12, 2014

  6. Of course, this is an issue as straight women are well known for false accusations in relationships gone wrong. It’s one thing for busybody do goodies to assume that the female is in the right. It’s another thing to be on the end of a nasty lawsuit worth 100s of 1000s.
    Perhaps if Libs were to bite the bullet & concede tort reform they’d reduce their costs. But no amount of reform is going to deflect defamation & trauma. Busybodies will just have to mind their own business & deal with it on a one on one basis.
    They will have to rescind these ridiculous policies.
    When dealing with youthful exuberance & sexuality, it’s best not to get involved & there’s no way anyone is ever going to stop kiddies from having sex.
    Abstinence is not the issue & not feasible.

    Comment by Marc Winger — November 12, 2014 @ 4:32 pm - November 12, 2014

  7. Rape is a felony. In the past, some states provided for death sentences for rape convictions.

    The idea that a college would adjudicate an actual rape and impose punishment is beyond bizarre. If a rape has occurred, it needs to be processed in the CJ system. And if the accusation is malicious then the accuser needs to go to prison.

    What we have instead is a system where “adults” want someone to kiss it and make it all better when they get themselves into a bad situation.

    If someone, male/female, gay/straight gets wasted and starts fooling around, it’s their fault. Deal with the consequences and move on… and learn the lesson.

    I’ve never figured out the logic whereby, say, a woman can have diminished judgement when it comes to sex but the guy, regardless of his level of intoxication, has no defense.

    How is it that women claim to be the equal of men when it comes to jobs as firemen, er, firefighters, pilots, cops, soldiers – you name it – but when it comes to the dance with no pants, women are delicate little flowers pining for the manners and mores of “Father Knows Best” and “Ozzie and Harriet”. Aren’t these the people condemning the 50s?

    These colleges and the accusers should pay dearly for cases of false “prosecutions”.

    I’m all for good manners, consideration of other people, decency and decorum but feminists have contributed much to the destruction of bourgeois sensibilities and now they bitch about the results.

    Comment by KCRob — November 12, 2014 @ 6:19 pm - November 12, 2014

  8. The idea that a college would adjudicate an actual rape and impose punishment is beyond bizarre. If a rape has occurred, it needs to be processed in the [criminal] system…What we have instead is a system where “adults” want someone to kiss it and make it all better

    Yes. If it were Whoopi Goldberg’s “rape-rape”, they would surely (and very rightly) go to the police. So, they must be talking about something else.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — November 12, 2014 @ 6:55 pm - November 12, 2014

  9. Yet another excellent example of why abstinence before marriage and fidelity within marriage simply MAKES SENSE!!!

    Except, OFD [Old Fashioned Dude/Ol’ Fuddy Duddy], the laws have changed so that rape is not necessarily the purview of the unattached and footloose-and-fancy-free single people, or the unfortunate.

    One can be charged with rape inside the confines of a marriage, and in fact, one of the markers for an abusive relationship is “withholding sex or forcing sexual activity against a partner’s will”, thus possibly precipitating a domestic violence or yes, even a rape charge.

    Comment by RSG — November 12, 2014 @ 10:40 pm - November 12, 2014

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