SC Tiger Posted July 19, 2018 Share Posted July 19, 2018 (edited) I guess this is politics but whatever you want to call it: Saw this on another forum about an issue at UMass. https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2017/09/the-uncomfortable-truth-about-campus-rape-policy/538974/ Here is a synopsis: 1) Woman gets high with guy 2) Woman participates in sex act with guy. Says she doesn't want intercourse, and he apparently abides by this. 3) She wanted to back out but she didn't want to dissappoint him, so she kept going 4) She then decided she had been sexually assaulted and presses charges against the guy. What happened next is almost a comedy of errors (some by the guy), but none of this should have happened. You'll have to read it for yourself. But a lot of this is apparently mandated by federal rules meant to combat sexual assault on campus. This is what happens when you go overboard. You ABSOLUTELY CANNOT change the bedrock principle of the US legal system - "Innocent Until Proven Guilty." You change that and you **** the whole thing up. Edited July 19, 2018 by SC Tiger Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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