Yale Substitutes “Non-Consensual Sex” for the Word “Rape” in Latest Campus Report

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Ah, Yale. Where traditions run strong. Traditions like rape being considered a simple case of misunderstanding.

As for the sexual misconduct policy at the prestigious Ivy League school, the act of rape — for some reason — seems to be a gray area. Certain acts of sexual assault are deemed only to be “non-consensual sex.”

What in Hades is non-consensual sex?

No doubt the university is terrified of having to deal with the backlash of what Duke experienced with the men’s lacrosse scandal, but at the same time … really, Yale!? Non-consensual sex? Is the word rape just too caveman-ish to be tossed around ye olde hallowed Ivy League halls?

For those interested in reading Yale’s politically correct version of rape cases, here’s an official report on sexual misconduct published by the university. Just scroll down to enjoy some of the tragically comedic offerings.

The school should be embarrassed. No, alumni, I’m not speaking of you. You shouldn’t be embarrassed. I’m not knocking your experience there. I’m talking about the current administration responsible for allowing such idiocy to remain policy.

What’s even more disturbing than the serious “non-consensual sex” problem throughout the world, is that Yale has chosen, in at least one case, to punish their non-consensual sex aggressors with nothing more than a written reprimand. Think I’m full of crap? Read the cases for yourself.

Fellas, it’s time to stick up for our lovely ladies. If you know a non-consensual sex’er, you need to intervene … ya dig?

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