Periodically Robert Stacy McCain explores the cause of the "rape culture" that supposedly permeates college campuses in America. A selection of images gleaned from the internet seems appropriate:
Did she give consent to be a Sharpie tagging project?
College Douchebag Types #5: The We Get It You Party Girl:
There's a thin line between being a fun drunk and acting like an extra in a Ke$ha video. And that line is typically crossed while chasing a handful of Molly's with Skol Vodka out of the plastic bottle. You like to party, we get it. We just saw you gracelessly thrash about a fraternity basement to "Thrift Shop," pee behind an alley dumpster, and now you're crying on the phone with your high school boyfriend. After some regrettable drunk texting and a trip to the 24-hour Taco Bell, you'll vomit in a hamper and pass out. In the morning, all you'll have to show for yourself is a shattered iPhone screen and the sad realization that you're an enormous douchebag.TOM: Feminist Tumblr: It's not like they hate men or anything like that...
The Federalist: How to escape the age of mass delusion (h/t to OregonMuse at AoSHQ)
There is most definitely a rape epidemic, and the media is a participant in it:
That’s from “The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing” (1956). There is indeed a war on the private mind, as Kevin Williamson explained in a recent National Review column. Unfortunately, too many Americans have been sleeping through most of its propaganda battles, and for a very long time. When it comes to understanding the inner workings of social psychology and political correctness, we seem to be at a loss.