ITS NOT ‘RAPE-RAPE’: Yale Lets Student Rapists Stay on Campus

Anywhere else, they’d be called rapists.  But in those hallowed halls of higher learning, they’re called “graduates”.  That’s because Yale doesn’t have a policy of expelling students for what an in-house report blandly calls “non-consensual sex”.  I guess Whoopi Goldberg would say it “wasn’t rape-rape”.

The report states that of 6 people identified as having had “non-consensual sex”, 5 of them either graduated or are expected to return in the fall.  One was suspended, but only for one year.  What consequence did the others receive?  Probation or a written reprimand.

“It’s really irresponsible [for Yale] to let known perpetrators of rape stay on campus alongside the survivor and alongside other students who could potentially be victimized in the future,” said Hannah Slater (’13 YSPH ’14). “They’re not making the campus a safer place.”

She’s exactly right.

Let me get this straight.  People who have raped your students are permitted to remain among them?  Why, so they can do it again?  Hey, you wouldn’t want to derail someone’s dreams of power politics because of a trifling matter like rape, right?  It’s “just sex”, after all…

Outrageous.

I’ll attach the source article.  I’m linking this one because it gives some ideas about what you might do if you are at all outraged by this.  I’m sure you can think of others, too.  Like maybe thinking twice before letting your daughters attend Yale.

The question I’d pose to the Left is this.  Why does a university as Left-leaning as Yale fail to protect their female students; while conservatives like myself raise the alarm?  Aren’t we always told that Lefties had cornered the market on caring about women?  It’s time for them to put up or shut up.

Check out the source story at Jezebel.com.  And don’t wait for “somebody else” to do something about it: jezebel.com

Wes Walker

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