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Lawsuit: White Student Bragged About Sex with Black Athletes, Then Got Them Expelled for Rape

Allegations of race and gender bias comprise the most unfair campus rape investigation ever, at the University of Findlay.

FindlayRuhrfischTwo black athletes have sued a private college in Ohio, the University of Findlay, for expelling them without even a semblance of due process after they were accused of rape by a white female student.

The lawsuit, filed by Justin Brown and Alphonso Baity, characterizes Findlay’s investigation of the dispute—which was completed in just 24 hours—as a “sham.” The university failed to interview witnesses who would have corroborated Brown and Baity’s accounts, threatened other witnesses for failing to back up the accuser, and, most damningly, ignored considerable evidence that the accuser did not merely consent to sex—she bragged about it later, according to the lawsuit.

While these kinds of lawsuits often raise the specter of gender bias against male students, Brown and Baity’s lawsuit explicitly alleges racial bias. Indeed, this case may represent the most egregious violation of campus due process I have ever heard of. From the lawsuit, courtesy of KC Johnson:

Most troubling, the conduct of the University of Findlay’s representatives was intentionally and inherently discriminatory because of Plaintiffs’ race, ethnicities, and gender. As explained in detail below, the University of Findlay has a history of discriminating against African American males in allegations of sexual assault by Caucasian females.

Here’s what happened: Brown and Baity were friends and sexual partners of the accuser, a white female identified as “M.K.” On the night of September 21, 2014, M.K. had sex with them—separately, and while they were in the same room—in the house the two men shared with two other black male students.

According to the lawsuit, the housemates were present in the common area and could hear some of the sexual activities. At least two other white female students were also present. All agreed that M.K. consented to sex, and could at times hear her consenting to sex. Brown and Baity maintain that M.K. was not just a willing participant, but the prime initiator, of their various encounters that night.

M.K. went home the next morning, and bore neither of the alleged perpetrators any ill will. According to the lawsuit, she explicitly told another student (J.F) that the sex was consensual—the lawsuit describes her as “bragging” about it. She also bragged about the encounter to a white female who lived on her floor.

Ten days after the encounter, M.K. filed a sexual assault claim with the university. Findlay administrators interviewed Brown and Baity—without telling them the specific nature of the charges against them—but did not speak to their black housemates because they merely presumed these men would defend their friends. Administrators did speak with the white women who were present (an example of racial discrimination, according to the lawsuit), and then, spectacularly, punished them when they disputed M.K.’s version of events. One of the women lost her work-study job, and the other was threatened with expulsion, according to the lawsuit.

No one agreed with M.K.’s claims except M.K. herself. On the contrary, all relevant witnesses sided with Brown and Baity. They were expelled 24 hours after M.K. filed the claim. There was no hearing, just a letter in the mail.

That wasn’t all. A few hours after they notified Brown and Baity of their expulsions, Findlay administrators sent an email to campus that “specifically identified Browning and Baity, falsely stated that they sexually assaulted a female student, and indicated that Plaintiffs were expelled from the University as a result of this conduct.”

M.K.’s white female neighbor, who had heard her refer to the encounter as consensual, tried to speak up but was rebuffed by her residential advisor. The male friend who had also overheard bragging emailed officials to inform them. These appeals fell on deaf ears.

Findlay maintains that it did nothing wrong, and is prepared to “vigorously defend” its adjudication process.

“The university conducted this process with integrity and fairness," spokesperson Joy Shaw told The Washington Examiner.

Keep in mind that the lawsuit is only one side of the story—Findlay may dispute the details. But it’s hard—impossible?—to imagine how. Assuming the lawsuit does not misrepresent the accounts of more than half a dozen people of all races and genders, there is not one shred of evidence to support M.K.’s claim, and mountains of it to support Brown and Baity’s.

“I've read and reported on numerous lawsuits by accused students — and every one has been stunning,” wrote The Washington Examiner’s Ashe Schow. “So you'll have to believe me when I say this one is the most incredible I have ever seen.”

I agree.

Brown and Baity are suing Findlay on counts of racial discrimination, gender discrimination, abridgment of due process, and breach of contract. It will be interesting to see if the racial discrimination aspect gets much traction in the media. Some due process advocates who follow these cases, including Harvard University Law Professor Jeannie Suk, believe black male students are more likely to be falsely accused of sexual assault. The two high-profile accusations of sexual assault in The Hunting Ground film were made against black students Brandon Winston and Jameis Winston (no relation).

And yet, as Samantha Harris of the Foundational for Individual Rights in Education reminded me on Twitter, The Hunting Ground filmmakers have maintained that critics of their perspective (like me) are actually just defending “dominant white male power.” It’s sure funny how that works.

Hat tip: The College Fix

Photo Credit: Findlay

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    They can get away with gender bias, no problem. Racial bias? Not so much.

  • GILMORE™||

  • DevilDocNowCiv||

    Fist,

    Well, they are getting away with much so far. The accuser still has strong defense from PC leadership and organizations, just like the "mattress girl" who got academic honors and a good follow on job from her documented fraudulent rape accusation.

    The main advantage these guys have is not the facts and witnesses, but rather the advantage of being Black, which for a while now has meant more privilege. Because of that, most commentators - certainly me - will probably agree with you.

  • Suicidy||

    Mattress girl should have been hounded relentlessly until it destroyed her life. These kinds of progressives need to be treated the way they treat others.

  • colorblindkid||

    Finally a case of false rape and college absurdity the media might actually acknowledge! Of course maybe not. I can see them in meetings right now determining what's more important: protecting the narrative of injustice against blacks or the narrative of campus rape culture. I imagine these meetings anytime something inconvenient to a narrative happens.

  • ||

    Well, the intersectionality takes a while to compute - it's like a MANOVA.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Wow.

  • Harun||

    Its PERSONOVA now! Sexist!

  • Rational Exhuberance||

    If only positive correlations are allowed, it's a FEMOVA

  • bacchys||

    I was briefly a student at a state university back in the day, and there was a glorious tension between the campus feminists and the Black Student Union over the then- "date rape" issue.

    When I was sober enough to remember it was going on, I'd laugh and laugh...

  • colorblindkid||

    I never understood why all these campus activists and protesters have so much free time to do this shit. Shouldn't they be out partying and drinking like any self-respecting college kid? That's why they're all zero fun miserable people.

  • Suicidy||

    It's a pity more of them don't commit suicide.

  • Suicidy||

    If only she had been spitroasted by two white guys. Then the rape charge would be punching up. The media would never bother with this story.

  • Hidebehindyourcause||

    I'd put money on the blacks winning this.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

  • Slingity Schlonge||

    Schlonge!

  • Trouser-Pod (The blowhard)||

    "Schlonge"? Any relation to Strange'?

  • bacchys||

    I think it's a Clinton policy or something.

  • Jimbo||

    What's wrong with a little strange every now and then?

  • Crusty Juggler||

    It seems these stories have one thing in common: white women aged 18 to 23.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Those women seem to be the only ones who understand that consent can be revoked at any time during or after an encounter.

  • RBS||

    Ban them.

  • Crusty Juggler||

    Ban sexual contact with them, and while we're at it let's ban gazing at them, too.

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    Why don't we just ban the gaze entirely?

  • Slingity Schlonge||

    Women get the burqua. Guys get the burqua too, but no eye holes for theirs. Problem solved!

  • Intraveneous Woodchipper||

    *narrows gaze

  • Tommy_Grand||

    This terrible mess is all caused by having too many *white men* in the administration. Narrative fixed!

  • Ceci n'est pas un woodchipper||

    Just like fiery Cheetos. Delicious, but you always pay a price the next morning.

  • ||

    Kamilah Willingham, of Hunting Ground "fame," is black. And was probably older than that since she was a law student.

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    Don't fuck with the narrative we have going. Buzzkill.

  • Crusty Juggler||

    Ban Nikki's facts.

  • Loki||

    That's why she's the worst.

  • bacchys||

    Ban Nikki!
    She's so fine
    She's so fine she blows my (mind)
    Ban Nikki!
    Ban Nikki!

  • Cyto||

    As was Crystal Mangum.

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    It seems these stories have one thing in common: white women aged 18 to 23.

    That's when the daddy issues hit full bloom.

  • Crusty Juggler||

    The " we need to blame someone else for our shame " mindset freaks me out.

  • Bubba Jones||

    Try sugar*****.com and you'll learn the bright side of daddy issues.

  • R C Dean||

    Sugarfree.com?

    I wouldn't click that with your mouse.

    Kidding! I have a link to his fiction website on my other computer.

  • Suicidy||

    Daddy issues have gotten me laid far more than charm.

  • Jeep's Blues||

    That's funny, crusty. ;) Both in high school and college after having seen and been the target of enough drunken, horny 18-23 year old white women to know better, I used to say to my friends that said women come with a blinking neon sign on their foreheads that says "DANGER!". The catch is that the sign is only visible to the 18-23 black males whose common sense overrides their own horniness.

    There's something about the distorted, sometimes gargantuan sense of entitlement and impunity many American 18-23 white women operate with that the risk of being caught in their orbit is simply not worth the space travel. Of course for the 18-23 year old white women who don't operate with this narrative, y'all keep doing what you do. We luv ya!

  • PlaystoomuchHALO||

    I first saw this BS back in 1982 (Keesler AFB) when a guy I knew was summarily drummed out of the Air Force. On early Sunday morning everyone was talking about how one of the women had done a gangbang in the barracks - I personally overheard her bragging about it in the chow hall, and several of the guys involved were all spilling details. Apparently quite the good time was had by all involved - one young white woman and about six or seven black men, all under 20.

    By that afternoon the other women her barracks were slut-shaming her (literally screaming "slut" at her constantly) - on Monday morning all the men involved were arrested for rape and were given quick discharges. The woman involved was transferred to another base and was gone by Tuesday.

    I blame women for this type of crap.

  • Loki||

    one young white woman and about six or seven black men, all under 20.

    By that afternoon the other women her barracks were slut-shaming her

    Sounds to me like the other women were just pissed at her for hogging all that black meat.

  • ||

    The old saying 'hell hath no fury' applies x10 to women's jealousy of each other.

  • R C Dean||

    Sounds to me like the other women were just pissed at her for hogging all that black meat.

    I'm pretty sure its a renewable resource.

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    +1 Patrick Kane

  • Rhywun||

    Just curious about something - was the "house" on-campus or off-campus? It doesn't affect my opinion but I'd like to know just how far colleges are taking this.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    From the complaint

    The University provides campus housing for many of its students. As part of its campus-housing program, the Universityowns a 5-room house located at 438 Howard Street, Findlay, Ohio
  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    This is why I no longer fuck with white bitches.

  • Plàya Manhattan.||

    I knew it!

  • commodious spittoon||

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    Is that you?

    How you doin?

  • commodious spittoon||

    I'm just a man, Paul... a man with dreams, and google.

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    No one agreed with M.K.’s claims except M.K. herself. On the contrary, all relevant witnesses sided with Brown and Baity. They were expelled 24 hours after M.K. filed the claim. There was no hearing, just a letter in the mail.

    Note to Brown and Baity:

    Good luck with your lawsuit. I hope you own the school by the time you're done. On a side note, this is not a school you really want to attend.

  • In League with the Dark Ones||

    After the lawsuit is over and they own it, it might be a school they want to attend...

  • Cyto||

    They didn't mention libel and defamation. The letter sent to students is pretty clearly libelous and defamatory. The school having heard from several witnesses who disputed the claims should be pretty strong evidence for the "knew or should have known" part of the requirements.

  • SimonD||

    I hope they follow this lawsuit by suing the *$@ out of M.K. as well. She should spent the rest of her life sending 20% of her paycheck to these two young men.

    That could be the only way to stop the parade of morons. Hit them in the wallet, and hit them hard. (jail would work, too)

  • Slingity Schlonge||

    Dem bitches got schlonged!

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    Fo'real.

  • Slingity Schlonge||

    What it look like!

  • ||

    I am reminded of the Bailey article earlier today outlining Venezuela's embrace of Lysenkoism. Just when you think peak derp has been reached...

    This is what happens when people's brains are scrambled with SJW bullshit. Useful idiots that can't think, reason, or make any sense of any situation. People who aren't brainwashed with that nonsense looking in from the outside are left scratching their heads and wondering what the fuck.

    I have no idea what it is going to take to stop this shit short of decorating lamp posts.

    *Glad I am not in school. I was a holy terror in my college days. I wouldn't last a week now.

  • ||

    Glad I am not in school. I was a holy terror in my college days. I wouldn't last a week now.

    Same here. Maybe not even a day. What it's going to take to stop this is that they've already jumped the shark. They're living in a world where nothing makes sense, they've went batshit insane. They're going to undo themselves and the world will move on. It's just a question of how many lives they ruin before it's finally done. Universities cannot continue to function if the current trend continues. The lunatics will be running the asylum. People will be afraid to send their children into such madness and their alumni will stop donating money. It's inevitable, if a stand is not finally taken by University admins, it's going to blow completely the fuck up. People are going to find alternatives for education and avoid these places like the plague.

  • Bill Dalasio||

    I have no idea what it is going to take to stop this shit short of decorating lamp posts.

    Lawsuits. Lots and lots of lawsuits.

    When an enterprising attorney figures out how to turn Title IX against them, the colleges are going to realize they have a really, really, big contingent liability hanging over their heads if they keep entertaining this. And if they don't have the luxury of an administration or legislature ready to give them an out, they'll have no choice but to stop.

  • Adam330||

    Well on the other side of this they have DOE threatening their federal funding. They have to think that the amount and risk of losing/settling lawsuits is greater than the amount and risk of losing federal funding.

  • Bill Dalasio||

    Well, right now, the universities have a friendly administration that wants them to do exactly what they're doing. They have ample reason to believe that the administration would provide them support through a friendly interpretation of the law. And, as of yet, the lawsuits I'm talking about have yet to materialize.

    All that can change.

    The thing about "Dear Colleague" letters is that policies can change.

  • ||

    "I am reminded of the Bailey article earlier today outlining Venezuela's embrace of Lysenkoism. Just when you think peak derp has been reached..."

    You'd think they'd want to somewhat deviate from devastating precedent. But then again, extreme social constructionism is fairly popular, too.

  • Jeep's Blues||

    "I have no idea what it is going to take to stop this shit short of decorating lamp posts."

    Reminds me of something I heard novelist Walter Mosley say at a book reading -- "You want to stop America from fighting so many wars? Start sending young middle class white girls off to fight."

    IMO the only way to put an end to the woefully misguided Title IX campus tribunals will be when male and/or lesbian students start accusing women students of rape. The tenor would change quicker than a Miles Davis quintet.

  • BigT||

    Young white women - most privileged social class of all. And yet many think they are oppressed!

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    One day she's gonna make some poor sucker miserable after she shits out a couple kids and fleeces him for child support.

  • Adans smith||

    No,I see her being killed so she'll just SHUT THE FUCK UP BITCH1

  • flaPjacks||

    but what about BITCH2?

  • Trouser-Pod (The blowhard)||

    Sequels are rarely better than the original. However, if we can get Cameron to direct...

  • Adans smith||

    And now I'm thinking of Sheriff Bart,Blazing Saddles,funniest movie ever.

  • Sheriff Bart||

    Baby please! I am not from Havana...

  • Sheriff Bart||

    Baby please! I am not from Havana...

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    Them schnitzengrubens can wipe you out.

  • Trouser-Pod (The blowhard)||

    +15 limit

  • Rich||

    “The university conducted this process with integrity and fairness," spokesperson Joy Shaw told The Washington Examiner.

    Is that Joyce "P" Shaw?

  • Rich||

    M. K. sounds like a real piece.

    Of work, I mean.

  • Loki||

    She might be a real (nice) piece of ass too, but DON'T STICK IT IN CRAZY..

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    You don't have to tell me a fifth time!

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    Private school. They can expel for no reason at all if they want.

    Get back to me when a public school does this.

  • ||

    It's important to remember that libertarians can never pass judgment on the actions of anyone other than the government.

  • flaPjacks||

    You got that right!

  • Suicidy||

    Judgement? All day long. Laws? No.

  • ||

    Excellent parody. You almost had me fooled.

  • Drake||

    Can they? Isn't the acceptance and admittance process a type of contract? Students commit to honorable behavior and the University commits to a fair disciplinary process?

    Even if not, a lawsuit for defamation is in order here.

  • ||

    Not if they take the king's shilling, they can't. If they receive federal funding, and I'm not sure if that extends to their students receiving federal-guaranteed loans, then they are subject to DoEd rules and regs.

  • Wasteland Wanderer||

    They're suing for breach of contract. Last time I checked, libertarians support contracts...

  • SusanM||

    Do you seriously think they don't have a "We can fuck with you anyway we like because go fuck yourself" clause in their contract?

  • Bubba Jones||

    Is there a "we can defame you" clause?

  • SusanM||

    Very possibly. Take a look - real close look - at any contract you've signed. It's almost certain that there are clauses which absolve them from actually honoring their part of the deal and if it screws you over in the process, well, too damn bad.

    I'm not saying it's right, but it's the way things work.

  • kbolino||

    Those clauses have mixed success in the courts. There are liabilities you can't disclaim and there are obligations you can't unilaterally discard, the wording of the document notwithstanding.

  • SusanM||

    You're right about that but going to court is little better than a crapshoot - and even if you win it takes years and a lot of money to set things right. They still pull that shit because likely count on that to dissuade litigation.

  • Adam330||

    Actually, they can't. Because of same Title IX law that's leading to this madness in the first place.

  • BigT||

    "Private school. They can expel for no reason at all if they want"

    Hence the breach of contract suit. So, no they can't.

  • SQRLSY One||

    Those 2 black dudes should be punished by making them attend (and agree with the messages of) 5 class credit-hours worth of "white slut's studies". Oh, and, they should ALSO be forced to offer all of us Reasonoids "sloppy seconds"! Sloppy thirds, fourths, 539ths, etc., as the case may be...

    Problem solved!!! Yer welcome!!!!

  • Loki||

    they should ALSO be forced to offer all of us Reasonoids "sloppy seconds"! Sloppy thirds, fourths, 539ths, etc.

    Again, DON'T. STICK. IT. IN. CRAZY. Even if her pussy isn't wrecked by the time she gets passed down to me, I still won't want to break the cardinal rule.

  • RBS||

    DON'T. STICK. IT. IN. CRAZY.

    Quoted for truth.

  • Loki||

    The Hunting Ground filmmakers have maintained that critics of their perspective (like me) are actually just defending “dominant white male power.”

    I guess black men are honorary white dudes in the SJW victimhood hierarchy when accused of secually assaulting a white chick.

    Obligatory.

  • Loki||

    *sexually*

    EDIT BUTTON!

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    Pussy counts more than black? That doesn't bode well for Republicans.

  • ||

    Neither counts for shit.

    If you don't believe it wait until this person gets nominated for the SC;

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janice_Rogers_Brown

  • ||

    I've got the solution. Create one building on campus that will be a safe house and the students who elect to, will spend their entire time on campus there, and will take classes only taught by certified 'safe space' faculty who will make sure the student is never, ever offended no matter what. No other students will be allow to come into contact with 'safe space' students or communicate with them in any way. They will spend their entire campus life alone outside of their safe space faculty, so that it's not possible for them to ever be offended in any way, let alone raped.

    It's the only way.

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    I'm working on a portable "Safe-Space" bubble. Not for the student, because they would be micro-aggressed by suggesting that they might be in need of special treatment. No, my invention is for everyone else, so that they may not put themselves in positions where they may do anything that could be perceived as harm. We'll let Obama decide who gets to be in and out of the bubbles since he seems to have such a firm grasp on who are the good guys, errr, people, errr, organisms? Fuck, what's the safe term?

  • Loki||

    Carbon based biological entity?

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    What about those who identify as being mithril based?

  • ||

    The correct term is 'biological resource', guys.

  • ||

    No, you've crashed into Brown v. Board of Education. Unless white men (and whoever else it could possibly be) are forced to be with them *and* forced to act as the safe-spacers want, the safe-spacer are deprived of "equal" education. "Badge of inferiority", pff.

  • ||

    The alleged (and mistakenly assumed) impossibility of a "neutral principle" - in respect to freedom of association - is in play here. See Wechsler and Bork, for instance. // In the same way, you could ask for government to create two legal classes of people, the protected, and the classical liberals. Obviously, the protected don't want to just be "left alone". You will face similar problems when suggesting that "affirmative consent" be an opt-in standard. Imagine a party explicitly excluding those who want the affirmative consent standard.

  • GILMORE™||

    "So you'll have to believe me when I say this one is the most incredible I have ever seen.”

    I agree."

    You agree its the most incredible she's ever seen? Wow.

  • Derp-o-Matic 5000||

    Heheh..."Find lay"..heh heheh

  • Rocinante||

    My wife is from Findlay so I guess it's true for me. :)
    That was the joke at Bowling Green just 20 miles up I75.

  • FreeRadical||

    The admins at Findlay are retrograde fucksticks. But they are a private organization and in a free society they could discriminate in any way they wish. They also have no obligation to provide "due process", which has no legal meaning wrt private actors anyway. So,

    Brown and Baity are suing Findlay on counts of racial discrimination, gender discrimination, abridgment of due process, and breach of contract.

    but the only one of those things that should matter at all is breach of contract.

  • Bubba Jones||

    I suspect they did not live up to their own published code of arbitration. Hence the due process.

    And they get federal money, so the discrimination sticks.

    You can't use my tax money to abuse black people.

  • ||

    They take federal money.

    They have slandered the hell out of these two guys.

    Fuck their private entity with rusty barbed wire.

  • Libertymike||

    Don't forget the negligence and defamation causes of action.

  • Some Engineer||

    Pretty sure publishing the student's names and alleged crimes publicly is reason for a suit in and of itself.

  • Libertarian||

    "Two black athletes have sued a private college in Ohio, the University of Findlay, for expelling them without even a semblance of due process after they were accused of rape by a white female student."

    This is impossible. Everybody knows that ALL the racists in this country are in the south!

  • Loki||

    Henceforth, Ohio will now be deemed to be "in the south."

  • ||

    Cincinnati and Scioto county are in KY, duh!

  • ||

    I'd appreciate it if you kept track of this. (At some point, a meta-analysis becomes worthwhile, too.) I find the motives involved, including MK's, particularly interesting. (How nice that she gets to remain relatively anonymous. One might say shielded.)

  • commodious spittoon||

    She's a victim of consensual sex!

    -Andrea Dworkin, from the grave

  • ||

    Grave, huh. That view is implicated in "bilaterally" drunk sex. Not to mention that MacKinnon is still alive. What is she doing?

  • ||

    I didn't know that sick cunt was dead.

    That is good news.

  • mischievous||

    Does anybody know a writer over at Rolling Stone? I think we should let them know. We're 6 days into the new year and they haven't screwed up a story like this yet. I'm sure they're getting antsy.

  • Pan Zagloba||

    They are clearing the publishing schedule for 2016 - Year Lou Reed Makes a Comeback special.

  • ||

    Good one, Mischi.

  • Drake||

    SJWs have now devolved into a Klan parody. Next week they'll get a few more darkies expelled or lynched just for eyeing them.

  • ||

    They were going to get the white robes and hoods too, but they don't come in 6XL.

  • ||

    I'm not sure. The conflicts here a rather interesting. "Intersectionality", hierarchy of anti-privilege privileges.

  • ||

    "SJWs have now devolved into a Klan parody."

    Yeah, that is the first thing that popped in my head upon reading this. I wonder how many of the faculty involved in this had to jerk off after hearing M.K.'s 'testimony' before they lynched these guys. My guess; all of 'em.

  • Sevo||

    "...The Hunting Ground filmmakers have maintained that critics of their perspective (like me) are actually just defending “dominant white male power.”

    Well, these two guys are authentically black, ya know.

  • sofi||

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  • Bubba Jones||

    I would love to know what the crazy chick's motive is. Did her parents find out and she had to change her story?

  • Drake||

    Everyone has always wanted to know the motives of crazy chicks - including the crazy chicks. It's unknowable.

  • ||

    It's very knowable. Teh cray-cray is its own motivation.

  • ||

    Same.

  • Microaggressor||

    After bragging to enough people, she eventually discovered that the reputation she received was much less... desirable than anticipated. The solution: absolve yourself of responsibility by denying consent. Works every time.

  • commodious spittoon||

    Could be she's neither a slut nor crazy, but, like "Mattress Girl," a calculating harpy fully in possession of her agency. And spite.

  • kbolino||

    Does "slut" usually imply a lack of moral agency? I always thought, like "thief", "liar", or "libertarian", that it implies the person is fully in possession of the moral faculty but making poor use of it.

    Then again, I've never found a cause to use the word, so what do I know.

  • commodious spittoon||

    It's in response to that word cropping up every time rape is in the news. I don't understand the fixation. If she had sex with multiple men at once and then didn't file a complaint, would she be a good slut or not a slut? If she hadn't had sex with either man but filed a complaint anyway, would she still be a bad slut or not a slut?

    Anyway, I don't think she's crazy, but (if her friends' accounts are borne out) evil and opportunistic.

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    Mattress girl will one day be appointed to federal office and will write a dear colleague letter. Irrational activism is a good start to a progressive democrat career. See Obama.

  • buybuydandavis||

    All the various identity studies are the union cards to some federal job enforcing progressive ideology.

  • R C Dean||

    Turn the clock back 100 years, replace "expelled" with "hung by the neck" and this is a lynching, straight up.

    And these preening SJWs are patting themselves on the back for this. Jeebus on a pogo stick.

  • ||

    ^This. So, how long does it take before open confrontation between BLM and SJWs?

  • Microaggressor||

    They're one and the same. Expect to see a LOT of hand waving and blame shifting onto the white male Patriarchy to resolve this cognitive dissonance. Or shoving it under the rug like usual.

  • Lorenzo Zoil||

    Per Ezra Klein social justice will necessarily require the sacrifice of innocent individuals from historically dominant group. This may be an example of that. I still think it's hilarious, on college campuses they will necessarily eat their own.

  • ant1sthenes||

    Hey, the SJWs already have a solution for this -- have safe spaces for black men, and safe spaces for white women. Preferably with their own drinking fountains and bathrooms, to ensure no one has to leave their safe space to enjoy these basic amenities.

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    +1 Caitlyn Crow

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    It's OK to lynch men. White men preferably, but if a few black men get lynched to make a point about male privilege, then it's OK to pretend race doesn't matter for a few moments.

  • buybuydandavis||

    This week in the oppression Olympics a white vagina battles black penises. Which wins? Tune in to find out.

  • Some Engineer||

    Misleading description... all vaginas are technically the same color.

    My dad always told me they're all pink on the inside.

  • AFSlade||

    You ain't nailed much outside of your own race, have you? :-)

  • Intraveneous Woodchipper||

    I've never understood the apparently overwhelming desire of college dudes to participate in, shall we say, "menage au troix (or four, five, six) aka "gang bangs" aka "runnings of train". College campuses collectively represent literally the most target rich environments of attractive women in the known universe. Why share? Moreover, what could possibly be LESS physically arousing than knowing your disgusting, juvenile, slovenly roommate(s) has/have literally JUST NAILED the chick you are about to have sex with? Just ew.

  • Seamus||

    "Literally" nailed? You mean like with a hammer and a box of ten-pennies? Yeah, that would definitely be a boner-deflator.

  • AFSlade||

    +1 Grammar Gestapo

  • Suicidy||

    Some people are just into double penetration. Sometimes double pussy penetration, sometimes double anal penetration, and even DVDA.

  • pureabsolute||

    You are assuming that they are thinking of them as women, and not as object to defile. The thought of being able to knowingly smile or just brag outright that you have carnal knowledge about someone is juvenile at its best, and disgusting at its worst.

    Kinda like the Islamic harassment in Germany over the new years -- they aren't enjoying the process of being intimate with a women -- they are defiling her and embarrassing her (ditto for western civilization and any man she might know).

    They'll do that *and* strike at the other targets in the target rich environment.

    So just to be clear -- there would be no romance -- that *would* go away once she has banged roomie. After that its just gettin some.

  • Azathoth!!||

    I used to enjoy the SJWs turning on each other. I actually thought that this might help bring about their downfall.

    Until I started noticing that all this SJW on SJW violence was getting blamed on 'conservatives'. The 'conservative' administrators at hellishly leftist, SJW colleges.

    The PC perpetrators of these various affronts names were quickly disappearing to be replaced with attacks on the 'conservative' 'oppressive' attitudes of the administrations.

    The screaming woman in the Yale video is a prime example of this--she screams 'who hired you?' Well, she did, at least in part--she was part of the committee that hired the man she was screaming at--and he was hired because he was one of them.

    And suddenly he's an oppressor.

    They're not 'eating their own'--they're setting Reichstag fires all over the place.

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  • Seamus||

    At the time of the Duke lacrosse rape scandal, I observed that what was going on there was a photographic negative of the Scottsboro Boys. Now what we have is a photographic positive: slutty white accuser, check; railroaded black defendants, check.

  • AFSlade||

    Nice. I like that.

  • Brian||

    I predicted pretty much this about a year ago.

    I know of one rape accusation I college, and the event makes me more worried for black men than women. Seriously.

    A white woman I knew (let's call her Barbara) was just progressive and enlightened enough to be willing to enjoy some African man meat, but not quite enough of a diversity fan to actually admit it in public.

    So, when her black partner in coupling started bragging to everyone, she was too embarrassed to admit it. In her brilliance, the solution she came up with was (you guessed it): "I was raped!"

    Next thing you know, she's getting her ass kicked in a restroom by the black guy's sister, who knows her brother better than that.

    Have progressives accurately estimated the number of black men's lives they're going to ruin trying to better protect women? I already know that the feminists don't care.
  • pureabsolute||

    Please stop assuming that it is racial in nature. Haven't you seen any teen sex angst movies? Of course they are gonna lie about something like that. And the fact that 'her black partner in coupling' is defiling her in public as a conquest will make her have no sympathy for destroying his life.

    Don't get me wrong -- I'm not saying the consequences aren't harsher because of race.. Just saying that in a situation where you have race and jerkiness, people might be responding to the jerkiness.

    Let me hear a story about nice black people who only wanted romance -- and similar white guys who are not disciplined (that's the missing component in the article above), and then I can focus on the racial injustice.

  • pureabsolute||

    I totally disagree that this is about Race -- I suspect that if this happened to white guys, whether they are athletes or frat boys, the same result would have happened. This is definitely about Gender. That's why the school feels they are on the right side -- they'd be embarrassed if it were about race.

    So liberal black "victims" are victimized by a liberal female "victim". I'm enjoying the show!!

    If the guys had kept race out of it, I'd have sympathy for their very real victimization by feminist process overreach.

    Not so much now.

  • taker||

    Ahh, the myth of black sexual prowess. She may have sobered up and just been disappointed.

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  • sophiataylor873||

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  • Liberty Lover||

    Regret is not rape.

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