- Paul Nungesser Sues Columbia: It had to happen eventually. Good luck, Paul.
- Emma Sulkowicz thinks it's unfair to demand scientific proof of rape. This series of tweets is astonishing:
So "Mattress Girl" held a talk at Brown University that was live tweeted, I will let her quotes speak for themselves pic.twitter.com/sLVWeQcVts
— Yeyo (@facerealitynow) April 24, 2015
- Joe Biden thinks sexual assault should be punished like a crime, so why isn't it? Another retreat into the motte.
- Is there a feminist version of the Turing Test? Because I bet Everyday Feminism would pass it.
- Frat boy, go home: Actual aid in reducing rape apparently unwanted if it comes from fraternities, in the North Carolinian hellscape where it is presumably rife. (Per DOE statistics, 17 cases of forcible rape at Appalachian State University in the years 2011-2013 over a female student population of 9,788, for a victimization rate of .2%, and an annual victimization rate of .08%. Other campuses bearing that name appear to be satellites and all report zero.)
- Students in North Dakota now have the right to an attorney during Title IX proceedings. "North Carolina and Arkansas are the only two other states with laws that allow some kind of legal representation during campus hearings."
- Funeral strippers: on their way to being banned in China.