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Old March 9th, 2018, 06:02 PM   #41
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This circles back to the definition, which is what is in question here. If girls are not held responsible for their actions when intoxicated, then why are guys? Hence the need for a universal standard--or else sex-based discrimination is built into the definition
The fucking question has nothing to do with some damn definition!

You know it too! You are in school, so i am assuming you are intelligent, so i cant fucking understand how you can say it is a question of definitions when it is so very CLEARLY a question of stopping rape on campuses and keeping girls safe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Those survivors were not attacked by alligators. Stop pretending that women are not the victims in these horrible crimes.
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Point to one post where I stated 'women are not the victims...of Sexual Violence on College Campuses'(?)
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You stated sexual violence against males on college campuses is "very, very rare". However, the CDC (which is the same source that produces the 1 in 5 females stat.) finds that it is very, very common indeed--1 in 16 males
Omfg, dont.

You know damn well that many girls dont report. you dont even fucking understand
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Old March 9th, 2018, 06:09 PM   #44
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Point to one post where I stated 'women are not the victims...of Sexual Violence on College Campuses'(?)
no, i dont have to, because you keep trying to pull the discussion away from the crimes and survivors and turn it into a stupid debate on nonsensical comparisons or definitions. DO NOT lose sight of the most important aspect of these policies -----> KEEPING GIRLS SAFE.
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The fucking question has nothing to do with some damn definition!

You know it too! You are in school, so i am assuming you are intelligent, so i cant fucking understand how you can say it is a question of definitions when it is so very CLEARLY a question of stopping rape on campuses and keeping girls safe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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In order to create any law, definitions to the rules need to be constructed. This is why there is a difference between 'rape' & 'sexual assault', for instance. Now, one of the main features of what qualifies as sexual assault is the concept of 'consent'; and, importantly, what qualifies as 'consent' varies tremendously depending upon whether one is a male or female. What is the justification for that, rather than a universal (i.e. gender equal/neutral) standard?
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In order to create any law, definitions to the rules need to be constructed. This is why there is a difference between 'rape' & 'sexual assault', for instance. Now, one of the main features of what qualifies as sexual assault is the concept of 'consent'; and, importantly, what qualifies as 'consent' varies tremendously depending upon whether one is a male or female. What is the justification for that, rather than a universal (i.e. gender equal/neutral) standard?
What is the justification? How about countless women being assaulted and/or raped on campuses across this country? How is that for justification?

Stop playing stupid, please. You know that. You are either trying to fuck around or maybe i got tricked into a troll thread idk. I'd like to believe that you seriously understand this.............
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no, i dont have to, because you keep trying to pull the discussion away from the crimes and survivors and turn it into a stupid debate on nonsensical comparisons or definitions. DO NOT lose sight of the most important aspect of these policies -----> KEEPING GIRLS SAFE.
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Do you realize you have not mentioned male victims once as of yet? Why so one-sided? If you accept the CDC, then their findings are that many men are being sexually assaulted or raped by women, in College.
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Omfg, dont.

You know damn well that many girls dont report. you dont even fucking understand
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Do you think guys are eager to report?
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Old March 9th, 2018, 06:14 PM   #49
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Do you realize you have not mentioned male victims once as of yet? Why so one-sided? If you accept the CDC, then their findings are that many men are being sexually assaulted or raped by women, in College.
Well, let me see...... maybe because that wasnt the point of the OP?

Why would i?

Why are you still trying to pull the focus off the real issue? The real reason that there are these policies in the first place? What is driving that i wonder?
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Old March 9th, 2018, 06:15 PM   #50
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Do you think guys are eager to report?
Why dont you start a new thread on that?

Not the point here at all, sorry.
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