The Real Bull Honkey on Campus Sexual Assault

5 Apr

Listen all you crazy loud-mouth feminists: all this jibber jabber about the ‘rape epidemic’ on college campuses in America is total bull honkey invented by a bunch of sluts who are blaming innocent men for women’s deplorable, alcohol-induced self-degradation.

April Fools? Please?

Nope. Friends, this is the actual opinion of the brilliant Heather MacDonald, who has revealed the truth about the “campus rape industry,” an insidious movement to waste federal funding on feminist propaganda. In her article “The Campus Rape Myth” Ms. MacDonald explains how these “dour antimale” feminists expanded definitions of sexual assault to include more than just violent stranger rapes, which resulted in dangerously skewed statistics showing that 20 percent of all female college students are sexually assaulted. Oh yeah, and let’s not forget the very unnecessary establishment of sexual assault prevention and response programs on college campuses all across America that also came from all this BS.

Based on the FACTS that rapes are rarely reported and even more rarely prosecuted, MacDonald comes to the ingenious conclusion that real rapes must happen very infrequently. According to her, the true cause of most alleged ‘assaults’ on college-age women is the morning-after regret of girls who dress provocatively, abuse alcohol, and thus “put themselves into situations whose likely outcome is intercourse.”

The solution is simple. ladies: take responsibility for your slutty drunk ass: “don’t get drunk, don’t get into bed with a guy, and don’t take off your clothes or allow them to be removed”.  Duh.  As another genius, pastor C.J. Mahaney, advised, women should also be helping men to not rape them by dressing modestly.

If you’ve been paying attention, there have been numerous major news stories concerning sexual violence on college campuses in the past few months. These include the Notre Dame case and outrage in response to misogynistic and sexually threatening public statements from fraternities, namely at Yale and the University of Southern California. These incidents, in conjunction with public victim-blaming (examples include the Texas rape case and Chicago police rape case), have led to increased discussion of “rape culture” among women’s networks.  Rape culture, a term invented by the feminist propaganda machine, refers to a society in which allegations of sexual violence are presumed to be either false or brought on by the irresponsible actions of supposed “victims”.

Much to Ms. MacDonald’s dismay, all this nonsense about rape culture on college campuses creating at best an uncomfortable, and at worst, an unsafe or threatening environment for female students, has gotten attention all the way up to the Obama Administration. Yes, this week Vice President Biden issued stricter guidelines for response to allegations of sexual assault by colleges that receive federal funding.  Indeed, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which means that those of us who have been enlightened by Heather MacDonald will have to suffer through a storm of “victimhood rituals” such as Take Back the Night marches and Slut Walks… *sigh.

On the other hand, if you happen to be one of those daft, dewy-eyed dopes who want to hold sexual predators responsible for their actions, promote a culture that takes rape seriously, advocate for survivors of sexual violence, and work in cooperation with peers of both sexes to encourage safe, consensual, respectful sexual enjoyment, then perhaps you should check out some the events that will be happening near you in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness month.  (If you live in DC, here is one resource, if you are a college student, check out SAFER activism, or if you’d just like to donate, check this out).

This post was brought to you by Alexa who encourages you to participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

2 Responses to “The Real Bull Honkey on Campus Sexual Assault”

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  1. Meeting men in parking lots: A Kelcoh critique « mislabeled - April 25, 2011

    […] Let me be clear: I’m not saying women are “asking for it” by drunkenly dancing with boys at a bar or that it’s “their fault” for hopping into a car with strange guys at a Spring Break hotspot (see below). But I am continually shocked when smart, strong feminists overlook the power they have to stand up against rape culture by, for lack of better words, “taking responsibility for [their] drunk, slutty ass.” […]

  2. I guess I’m glad I’m not European? « mislabeled - May 17, 2011

    […] remember all that stuff us feminists made up about a rape culture in America that perpetuates cycles of violence against women?  Well the French are calling our […]

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