Having the government dictate how people should behave in sexual encounters is a terrible idea.
The State Legislature has passed, in its glorious wisdom a bill that mandates that colleges must observe a “Yes means Yes” standard on college campuses.
Or you can be convicted of rape.
Keep in mind, the wording concerning body language was intentionally left out. This means if a girl doesn’t explicitly say “Yes” you’re a fucking rapist as far as the State of California is concerned.
If a girl sucks your dick without first saying she wants to… you’ve raped her. Because let’s be honest, this standard will only be applied in one direction.
Keep in mind, you’re not just required to ask your partner if she’s consenting as you engage in sex.. you have to fucking REPEATEDLY ASK DURING THE SEX ACT because if you don’t she can say “I tensed up and he didn’t stop therefore he raped me”.
I’m not fucking making that up. That the actual example they use.
So… in closing. If you’re a male and you attend a college in California FUCKING RUN because your college has a vested financial interest in fucking destroying you.
"I can’t use women as objects for masturbation!!1!"
"I have to communicate during sex and accept that people other than me are involved!1!!!1!?”
If you think this is seriously going to be a problem for men then please staple your eyelids shut because you are gross and obviously do not understand how human interaction works…
Oh, friend, you don’t even fucking KNOW.
Here… this ACTUALLY HAPPENED.. this isn’t part of your fucking theory.
Read this very carefully:
During a night of drinking, playing card games, and dancing with friends, the two students became friendly and flirted, and she later invited him to her room to have sex, the lawsuit said. They had consensual sex, and the female student at no point showed signs of intoxication, according to the suit.
The next day, the female student could not remember what had happened, according to the lawsuit. At her roommate’s urging, the female student went to the campus health center for an evaluation. The following day, she filed a complaint with the dean of students’ office.
In her written complaint, she never called what happened harassment, assault, or rape, according to the lawsuit.
Three days later, the university told the male student he was under investigation for threatening behavior, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and violating community living standards, the lawsuit said.He was immediately ordered to move off campus and was barred from the premises except to attend classes, the lawsuit said.
Two months later, the university held a disciplinary hearing, the lawsuit said. But the male student had not been given copies of case documents beforehand, key pieces of evidence were not presented during the hearing, the male student was repeatedly interrupted, and questions he had were ignored, the suit said.
Two days later, the student was told he had been found “responsible” for three violations: “sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and community living standards,” and he would be expelled.
The student’s appeal was denied.
Granted, this all went down and concluded years and years ago by which I mean last month.
When a girl never even actually accused a boy of raping her and didn’t even remember what actually happened (according to herself) but he was tried, convicted, and expelled anyway…. while being denied every step of due process.
AND THIS ISN’T EVEN IN CALIFORNIA WHERE THE LAWS ARE EVEN *MORE* SLANTED AGAINST THE ACCUSED.
That’s right, the above happened in fucking Massachusetts.
Care to try again, sport?