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Old March 8th, 2018, 09:40 PM   #1
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University Policy on Sexual Violence: @Lyzza

University Policy on Sexual Violence: @Lyzza

Standard US University Policy regarding 'sexual violence' of present typically is as follows:

(A) If a female is intoxicated and sexual activity occurs--proper consent was necessarily not given.

(B ) Proper consent is necessary for sexual activity, failure to meet such a standard would qualify as either Sexual Assault or Rape (depending upon specifically what occurred)

(C) If both the male and female are intoxicated while sexual activity occurred--only the male is guilty of Sexual Assault or Rape

(D) If the male is intoxicated and the female is sober (i.e. not intoxicated), than no Sexual Violence occurred

(E) 'Intoxication' for females may include level of alcohol intake of 1 beer or above

(F) Accusations of Sexual Violence are not required to be reported to the Police in order for the University to step in. That is, a female may report the incident to the particular department responsible for Sexual Violence at the University exclusively

(E) A University hearing/trial will occur, where typically a committee of Professors will be the 'jury' for the case, and hear both sides of the 'story'. i.e. the male and female will be given the opportunity to present their perspective, while teachers typically asks questions about the students Sexual history, ect. ect. in order to gain further insight into what may have occurred

(F) The committee will make a 'judgement', and, if found guilty, the student would be subject to suspension or dismissal

(E) If found 'not guilty', no punishment is enacted on the accuser


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University Policy on Sexual Violence: @Lyzza

Standard US University Policy regarding 'sexual violence' of present typically is as follows:

(A) If a female is intoxicated and sexual activity occurs--proper consent was necessarily not given.

(B ) Proper consent is necessary for sexual activity, failure to meet such a standard would qualify as either Sexual Assault or Rape (depending upon specifically what occurred)

(C) If both the male and female are intoxicated while sexual activity occurred--only the male is guilty of Sexual Assault or Rape

(D) If the male is intoxicated and the female is sober (i.e. not intoxicated), than no Sexual Violence occurred

(E) 'Intoxication' for females may include level of alcohol intake of 1 beer or above

(F) Accusations of Sexual Violence are not required to be reported to the Police in order for the University to step in. That is, a female may report the incident to the particular department responsible for Sexual Violence at the University exclusively

(E) A University hearing/trial will occur, where typically a committee of Professors will be the 'jury' for the case, and hear both sides of the 'story'. i.e. the male and female will be given the opportunity to present their perspective, while teachers typically asks questions about the students Sexual history, ect. ect. in order to gain further insight into what may have occurred

(F) The committee will make a 'judgement', and, if found guilty, the student would be subject to suspension or dismissal

(E) If found 'not guilty', no punishment is enacted on the accuser


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C and D, huh?
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C and D, huh?
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Do you mean you do not understand it as worded or that you do not agree with the policy?
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No i understand it perfectly. It doesn't make any sense. It's just that i don't see the equality of treatment in either c or d. If equality is what original femenists wanted, then this is another instance of failure by what their successors are actually doing.

Where did you get your info on this from if i may ask?
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Do you mean you do not understand it as worded or that you do not agree with the policy?
What if your male does not identify itself as a male?
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What if your male does not identify itself as a male?
Or is gay and c or d happens?
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No i understand it perfectly. It doesn't make any sense. It's just that i don't see the equality of treatment in either c or d. If equality is what original femenists wanted, then this is another instance of failure by what their successors are actually doing.

Where did you get your info on this from if i may ask?
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I am a University Senior--this is my schools official policy. I and all other students were forced to attend an orientation (years ago now) where it was stated, outlined, ect. & the (female) presenter, who is the head of the Sexual Violence department on Campus, wagged her finger at us males and demanded we not 'rape girls--or else'.

Also, note, I attend a standard State University in the USA, such as Ohio State, U Texas, U Maryland, ect. and this is very standard policy across the University system--not just for Public schools, but for instance, even the Elite Private Schools have similar policies.
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Thoughts on (E)?--i.e. 1 beer or above qualifies as "sufficiently drunk as to no longer be able to give sexual consent" (for females, that is). Also, other drugs apply as 'intoxication' as well.
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Thoughts on (E)?--i.e. 1 beer or above qualifies as "sufficiently drunk as to no longer be able to give sexual consent" (for females, that is). Also, other drugs apply as 'intoxication' as well.
E Is not even worthy of comment, but I will. So a girl gets off Scott free but if a guy made a rape claim against a female or male, he would too!? I doubt it, if he is even believed in the in first place judging by the gist of these moronic rules.

There is still no accountability here and this an insult to the intelligence of both sexes!
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