‘Epidemic of Absurdity’ On College Campuses

‘Epidemic of Absurdity’ On College Campuses

Greenfield goes on to note that the actual “epidemic” on campus is of women going out and partying, and wanting to be absolved of their behavior the next day, while blaming men. A woman wouldn’t be able to get out of driving drunk by claiming she was too drunk to know what she was doing, but she now gets a pass for having sex while drunk. Meanwhile, the man gets no such pass, so long as the woman feels like a victim. This is the kind of real gender discrimination occurring on college campuses.

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The blame for an “Epidemic of Absurdity” on college campuses falls squarely on the faulty shoulders of Prosecutors around the country.

Prosecutors are Perverts of Judicial Prudence who have fostered a toxic atmosphere of false accusations, division and hatred amongst members of society for selfish advancement. Indeed, in King County of Washington State, Seattle’s Prosecutors will create accusations out of thin air to promote their selfish agenda.

Mockers stir up a city, but wise men turn away anger. If a wise man goes to court with a fool, the fool rages and scoffs, and there is no peace. (Proverbs 29:8-9)

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While a holy life in King County Washington State will get your prosecuted, it is still better not to get drunk, party and fornicate.

How can a young man keep his way pure? By living according to your word. (Psalm 119:9)

 

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(dailywire.com)—Greenfield points out that absolutely no study makes this claim, “not even from the most ardent believers.” This is true. The numerous flawed studies that claim “rape culture” is real simply say 1-in-4 or 1-in-5 women will be sexually assaulted while in college. They do not claim the sexual assault will be “serious,” because they can’t. The studies that find these large numbers of apparent victims include everything from an “unwanted” kiss to forcible rape as evidence of a sexual assault epidemic. The vast majority of responses fall into the “unwanted” category, which has begged the question time and time again: How does a person know if something is unwanted until after they try?

To put this in perspective: A male and female college student are at a party and seemingly flirting. The man goes in for a kiss, thinking that they have been flirting, but the woman pulls away. She didn’t want the kiss, but are we really going to consider this sexual assault?