Across the country, college campuses are abandoning their purpose of education and expanding the minds of young people in favor of "safe spaces" and witch hunts. And some students are tired of being silent.
Voices of dissent to this politically correct culture began popping up sporadically several weeks ago, before the campuses of Yale and the University of Missouri (and many more sense) became engulfed in protests, in the area of anti-male campus sexual assault activism. In mid-October, George Lawlor of the University of Warwick refused to attend a "consent class" because, as he put it, he didn't need to "be taught not to be a rapist."
"That much comes naturally to me, as I am sure it does to the overwhelming majority of people you and I know," Lowler wrote in his school newspaper. "Brand me a bigot, a misogynist, a rape apologist, I don't care. I stand by that."
Lowler was followed by a female pre-med student in California who wrote a response to "rape culture" hysteria in her public health class. She was lucky in that the person who graded her assignment actually welcomed her countercultural viewpoint, unlike so many others on college campuses and in the media who define any dissent as being "pro-rape" or "rape apologia."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com