About what percentage of sexual assaults on college campuses involve

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She blacked out, meaning she might still have been “fully operational — talking, laughing, drinking more and, indeed, having sex as if [she were only] minimally drunk.” There are clearly some women out there who are deeply confused about what it means to be raped, and they are, in many cases, being misled by the adults around them.

As Stuart Taylor and KC Johnson document in their new book, “The Campus Rape Frenzy,” the Title IX coordinators, whose jobs on campus often involve digging up rape allegations or helping to gather evidence to adjudicate them, encourage young, impressionable women to call every incident of regrettable drunken sex “rape.” But it would be wrong to suggest that these women are all just confused about sex and sexual assault.

(All while the accusations were destroying the life of the guy who claims she was attacking him after he rebuffed her professed love for him.) In a case at Appalachian State University, a woman accused two football players of rape even though witnesses saw her inviting them into her room.

At Amherst, a woman actually texted a residential adviser about her “stupid” decision to have sex with her roommate’s boyfriend before she accused him of rape.

The student was expelled, but is suing Amherst for violating his rights.

Last month, a judge seemed sympathetic to his claim against the school.

• More than half of all rapes of women (54%) occur before age 18; 22% of these rapes occur before age 12. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1996;10-4. •Adverse childhood experiences are linked to negative health outcomes and behaviors including smoking, fair/poor health, and overweight or obese.

• Approximately 302,100 women and 92,700 men are forcibly raped each year in the United States.Yovino is a reminder that even in our age of gender enlightenment, women know enough about human nature to get what they want from men.That was certainly the conclusion from the elaborate hoax perpetrated by “Jackie” at the University of Virginia a couple of years ago.The story: Besemer got very drunk one night during her freshman year.She brought home a guy she knew but doesn’t remember anything that happened next.

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