The argument for coeducation of all-male fraternities is one with many faces. At first, it was suggested that fraternities promote sexual assault. Yet the university’s own safety report states that 13 out of 15 forced sexual assaults in 2013 occurred in the university’s own co-ed dorms.At least she reported it, right?
Well, actually her "story" is a column by Will Croughan, a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, which is suing the university for sexual discrimination for not allowing the fraternity to remain all male. They have a good point, for as Susan Svrluga wrote:
At the heart of their complaint is the contention that Wesleyan not only tolerates but welcomes housing based on specific interests. Students are required to live on campus all four years and can choose single-sex dorms or special-interest housing, including the “Women of Color House,” the “Light House” for Christian students, “Turath House” for Muslim, Arab and Middle Eastern students, and the “Open House,” which describes itself as a “safe space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Flexural, Asexual, [We can't print this one!], Polyamorous, Bondage/Disciple, Dominance/ Submission, Sadism/Masochism (LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM) communities.”Pretty outrageous when you cannot publish for profanity's sake a groups description of itself to a university administration, which apparently was not bothered by the language.
I hope others pick upon his information about sexual assault being far more prevalent in dorms.
Face it, that will not happen. This whole college rape hysteria -- with its outrageous lies from liberals -- is a campaign to rid colleges of all male students.
I hope the fraternity winds up owning the college -- and the judge revokes the pensions of the administrators who lose their jobs over this discrimination.