The signs read “This is Everyone’s Problem” and noted that each fraternity “Stands With Survivors of Sexual Violence” and “Supports Survivors.”"Guys can't be against assault! That's sexist!"
But apparently, simply recognizing sexual violence as a problem and informing your fellow students about the dangers of campus sexual assault—something campus feminists have been exhorting (and, in some ways, extorting) their fellow college students to do ad nauseum —is not enough to silence the clamoring harpy hordes.
Campus feminists published an op-ed, chastising the fraternities for their lack of self awareness in daring to address a “rampant” problem head on, and calling the banners nothing more than a “cruel reminder” that fraternities are cesspools of male privilege and impropriety. Activists even gave interviews to Northwestern’s student newspaper. “To display a banner [saying] that ‘We support survivors’ is really something you have to earn by actually walking the walk,” one student told the Daily Northwestern.
Friday, May 06, 2016
The Triggers Of Actual Sensitivity
Feminists criticize frat brothers for...doing the right thing:
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