Category Archives: Gender Violence

The Surprising Truth About Women and Violence

“Traditional stereotypes have led to double standards that often cause women’s violence—especially against men—to be trivialized.” Continue reading

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Women Need To Be Educated About Sexual Consent — Right Now They Aren’t

“Given my previous column about men’s reproductive rights and the fact that they effectively do not have any, and can be forced into parenthood, it seems particularly compelling that we teach men to understand unwanted sexual behaviors from women as rape and assault because a rape that ends in a pregnancy can mean a lifetime of consequences for the man who was raped.” Continue reading

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“Affirmative Consent”: The Sex Police on the Defensive

“The problem is that the “affirmative consent” message is currently being preached through both practical and moral intimidation: the fear of penalties and the fear that you may become an accidental rapist.” Continue reading

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Rape Culture is a ‘Panic Where Paranoia, Censorship, and False Accusations Flourish’

“Warner received surprising news. The local police had determined not only that Warner was innocent, but that the alleged victim had deliberately falsified her charges. She was charged with lying to police for filing a false report, and fled the state. Cases like Warner’s are proliferating. The list of falsely accused young men subject to kangaroo court justice is growing apace.” Continue reading

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Kangaroo Courts on Campus?

“There is a price to pay for allowing unsubstantiated accusations to prevail, and that price extends beyond particular young men whose lives can be ruined by false charges. The whole atmosphere of learning is compromised when male faculty have to protect themselves from accusations by female students.” Continue reading

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The Obama Administration’s Deserving Victims

“The campus sexual-assault controversy is of liberal higher ed’s own making.” Continue reading

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Game of Thrones Debate Tests Feminist Concept of Rape

“But this controversy has revealed a fascinating fact: a lot of feminists who rail against “the rape culture” don’t actually practice the black-and-white, yes-or-no dogma that they preach—not even with regard to fiction.” Continue reading

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Rape culture and the delusions of the feminist mind

“Likewise, if the risk of sexual assault on campus were truly one in five – to take the “conservative” estimate – no parent in their right mind would send their daughter to coed universities.” Continue reading

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Sentence First, Verdict Afterward: The Obama Administration’s Continued War On Men

“But then came modern feminism, and in particular its foundational conviction, dating back at least to Susan Brownmiller’s Against Our Will (1975), that the prospect of sexual assault by men is a defining feature of the oppression of women for which male-dominated society generally, not just individual offenders, should take the rap.” Continue reading

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Is There a Cyber War on Women?

“To demand special protection on the grounds of women’s particular vulnerabilities is to turn female disempowerment into a self-fulfilling prophecy. When we casually assume that a woman suffers more harm from a nasty (or even sexually threatening) online comment than a man does from, say, castration threats and gibes about pedophilia or jeers about the death of his infant child, we’re not only being callous to men but upholding the very stereotypes of ‘the weaker sex’ that feminists supposedly deplore.” Continue reading

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