Robert Stacy McCain reports on just how out of control Title IX/”Dear Colleague” witch-hunting at Yale has become.
An accused student is suing Yale University for concluding that the brief absence of a condom â€œduring an otherwise consensual encounterâ€ was sexual assault.
â€œJohn Doeâ€ alleges that â€œgender bias was a motivating factorâ€ in the decision against him by Dean of the College Marvin Chun, which resulted in his suspension. . . .
Doe met â€œAnn Roeâ€ through the dating app Tinder. Shortly after, the two agreed to meet face-to-face in the early hours of December 9, according to the suit. After a fraternity party, they went back to Doeâ€™s place and had consensual sex.
In the 90-minute encounter, the condom failed no later than 45 minutes in and â€œa new one had to be applied,â€ according to Doe. They had â€œunprotected sex for a few secondsâ€ before he put on the new condom. . . .
Roe provided â€œundisputed testimonyâ€ that she gave Doe consent for the entire period both condoms were on. . . .
Roe stayed the night at Doeâ€™s place, leaving on a positive note mid-morning. Throughout the rest of the month, the two exchanged an array of online messages that maintained a friendly dynamic, he said.
Roe changed her tone in January, when she told Doe that she was uncomfortable with the brief absence of protection during their intercourse.
Hold up here. More than a month after the encounter, she â€œchanged her tone.â€ Like, everything was OK for five weeks, but then for unexplained reasons it wasnâ€™t OK? And then . . .
Two weeks later, Roe filed a formal complaint of nonconsensual â€œunprotected sexual intercourseâ€ against Doe with Mark Solomon, chair of Yaleâ€™s University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct.
Doe believes that university employees cajoled Roe into filing a complaint â€œthat she otherwise did not contemplate filing,â€ and that the UWC adopted the Title IX coordinatorâ€™s â€œmission of increasing reportingâ€ of sexual misconduct, though the suit doesnâ€™t provide evidence.
You can read the rest. Bottom line is, he got suspended just a few weeks before he was scheduled to graduate because this girl decides retroactively that this brief moment when the condom came off during a 90-minute sexual encounter constituted â€œassault,â€ and Yaleâ€™s administration just goes along with this? If youâ€™ll read the entire 66-page complaint youâ€™ll find a lot of other reasons not to believe the accuser, including the fact that she claims to have been sexually assaulted more than once before she hooked up with John Doe, suggesting perhaps she has a victimhood mentality. But the larger point is, how can any guy at Yale know he wonâ€™t be the next â€œJohn Doe,â€ denied due process and expelled on the basis of a flimsy accusation?
The only safe course is NEVER HAVE SEX WITH A YALE GIRL.
Why is Yale charging $72,800 next year? So they can maintain bureaucracies in charge of “Diversity” and responsible for ruining the lives of any young men who are unwise enough as to incur the wrath of women scorned.