Feminists Push Law To Add Rape Accusations To College Transcripts

A number of feminists are backing a controversial law that would allow colleges to list rape and sexual assault charges on the accused’s transcript – even if they have yet to be found guilty.

The Safe Transfer Act, proposed by Californian Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier, aims to prevent accused students from keeping their charge quiet if they attempt to transfer to another school.

The charge would only be removed from the accused’s transcript upon the receipt of a ‘not guilty’ verdict.

“My bill will ensure that students who try to transfer schools to avoid the consequences of their violent acts will, at minimum, face the same consequences as students who transfer because they’ve cheated on an exam,” said Speier.

Unsurprisingly, the bill has drawn plenty of criticism.

“Laws like this, which have already been passed in states like New York and Virginia,” said Brandon Morse of The Blaze, “have been known to punish both guilty and innocent alike.”

“The narrative being pushed by activists has been one of black and white, good and evil,” said Ashe Schow of The Washington Examiner.

“According to them, accusers, mostly women, always tell the absolute truth, and the accused, almost universally men, are awful even if proven innocent.”

Plenty of Facebook users have expressed similar concerns.

Meanwhile, a number of leftist outlets have spoken out in praise of the proposed bill – including BuzzFeed, whose readers have lashed out at anyone critical of it.

One user wrote, “I see the false accusations concern, and how this ‘leaves little in the way of protection for the accused.’ So how about students work on trying really hard not to put themselves in a situation where they could be accused of assault?”

Others shared similar sentiments.

This isn’t the first time lawmakers have pushed for colleges to attain greater control over sexual assault and rape cases.

April Winters with The John William Pope Center For Higher Education Policy wrote a scathing review of this push in 2015.

“Recent claims of sexual assault at the University of Virginia, Columbia University, and East Carolina University have resulted in either unfair punishment or premature public vilification of the accused, before the reports were found to be either suspect or completely fabricated,” wrote Winters.

She continued by pointing out that “the problems facing men accused of rape have increased recently.”

“In 2011, the Department of Education told universities receiving federal funding to use a ‘preponderance of evidence’ standard to evaluate sexual assault complaints, rather than the stronger criminal justice standard of proof, ‘beyond a reasonable doubt.'”

The Washington Examiner
The Blaze



  1. ReneeWatson

    December 10, 2016 at 3:29 pm

    what the hell it wrong with this world now

  2. Jack

    December 10, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    You know what I would like to see put into law? A law that punishes people who have been proven to have falsely accused someone of rape. The problem (At least in the United States) is that anyone can seem to accuse someone else that they raped them (This of course is normally a woman accusing a man) and when others get word of this with no evidence will start a lynch mob against the accused. This in return hurts the accused come socially, educationally, if they belong to any sport/club teams, and job(s). It is one thing if the accused is found guilty of the rape but if the accused is found innocent the damage has already been done to the accused (who know has become a victim of false accusation) because people are so easy to believe a rape story. What happens to people’s thoughts of the person who screamed the false rape accusation? They still get all the support and their image stay intact. With this new law I want to see their name on a “False rape accusation” list. This will allow others (normally guys) to see if a person they might want to date is on the list so they can avoid going out with or meeting them in places. On top that they should have to serve time for falsifying a rape and should be a felony just as rape is.

    • Jack H

      December 10, 2016 at 7:05 pm

      sooooo, perjury? Which is a crime? The law is innocent until proven guilty. If you can’t prove someone of perjury, you can’t convict them. So, if there isn’t enough evidence to substantiate a rape claim, then that doesn’t mean you can just punish the accuser, unless there is clear evidence that the accuser lied in court. Go back to your safe space, LOL!

      • audieho

        December 10, 2016 at 7:36 pm

        No time served…and a $2.6M is nothing when you declare bankruptcy. That’s not punishment. A false accusation should carry the same punishment as a conviction for the crime someone was being accused of. That’s just common sense.

        • Joe H

          December 11, 2016 at 1:49 am

          2.6M isnt nothing are you fucking stupid…and that is ridiculous, you are aware that people would have no incentive to accuse others of crimes even if actually right

          • audieho

            December 11, 2016 at 11:31 am

            Speaking of stupid, you do know that fines can be dismissed in a bankruptcy? So, yeah, they are nothing.

          • ra232

            March 7, 2017 at 9:07 pm

            I sure hope there will be no INCENTIVE to accuse innocent people. Do you even know what you said? You want to give incentives for false accusations – right.

        • ra232

          March 7, 2017 at 9:06 pm

          No! It should carry twice the MAXIMUM punishment the innocent accused would get. If the accusation is proven to be a lie it should be the capital punishment for the accuser.

      • Nathan

        December 10, 2016 at 11:42 pm

        If you can’t substantiate your accusation, there is enough evidence there for a false report complaint.

        And under this law, it should go on your record, too.

        • Joe H

          December 11, 2016 at 1:47 am

          SO, in your book if someone rapes someone, and the victim accuses someone and cant find evidence, the victim gets JAIL TIME? What ever happened to innocent until proven guilty? That would make actual rape victims absolutely never speak out for fear of being jailed

          • Fredster

            December 11, 2016 at 7:42 am

            Thank you! People need to be more rational when talking about legistlations dealing with rape. Punitive measures for not being able to produce sufficient evidence would be horrifying for actual rape victims everywhere, just as having records of ‘accused rape’ before court ruling is ridiculously unjust. We need to realize that this is highly damaging to both ends, and be really careful about the consequences of these legislative measures.

          • Nathan

            December 11, 2016 at 2:07 pm

            At the moment there is NOTHING punitive for when people make false accusations. If someone is falsely accused, do they not deserve justice?

            By all means, the police should investigate a rape claim, It should be taken seriously, investigated as to it’s veracity and prosecuted if there is evidence.

            But if there is no evidence, if a case can’t be built, then either the accused needs to be publicly exonerated, or the accuser needs to be investigated to see if the complaint was malicious and punished if it was.

            That is call ‘Justice’.

            At the moment, we do the first step but don’t do the second, because it might deter future potential accusers from coming forward. In short, we tell the falsely accused their right to justice is less than a potential rape victims.
            And if you are ok with that, just imagine a crime being committed against you, and not only everyone believing you committed a heinous act, but that the justice system told you that you didn’t matter.

            That is wrong.

          • Fredster

            December 12, 2016 at 10:12 am

            But how do you determine if a person maliciously falsified a claim vs insufficient evidence? The fact that someone can be falsely sent to jail on rape charges is proof enough that the justice system isn’t infallible. Just because not enough proof is procured doesn’t mean a rape didn’t actually happen. Before the law it certainly didn’t happen, but in reality it might have. What you said doesn’t change the fact that this piece of legislation will decrease people’s willingness to report rape, real or not.

          • Nathan

            December 13, 2016 at 2:53 am

            How will legislation that follows the accused prevent people from reporting rape?

            As to proof, rape is one of those crimes that is hard to prove either way. If the claim cannot be substantiated, then the accuser should be investigated to see if the claim was malicious.

          • Fredster

            December 14, 2016 at 1:30 am

            Well, I imagine if you see that there is a chance that you will be punished for reporting a rape if you can’t get enough evidence, that would be a pretty big deterrent. To some extent, I can go with investigation, as long as due process is followed in seeing whether there is adequate motive and evidence to substantiate that the accuser would make a malicious claim. Just that the fact of punishing the accuser if they don’t have enough evidence is ridiculous to me.

          • Nathan

            December 14, 2016 at 1:51 am

            Yes, it’s intended to be.
            It’s intended to make people not make a report of something as serious as rape if there isn’t enough evidence.

            Why exactly, do you think people should be able to make unsustantiated reports with no consequences?

          • Fredster

            December 14, 2016 at 1:56 am

            Well, as you mentioned before, rape is a difficult thing to prove. There won’t be any eyewitness in most case, and often its the accuser’s word against the accused. If you are raped, I’d think you’d want to report it. If you later find out that there’s not enough proof, which I’d think wouldn’t be surprising, I don’t see why you’d have to be punished for it.

          • Nathan

            December 14, 2016 at 2:02 am

            And, since you champion innocent until proven guilty, if it comes down to one word against the other, you would agree that the accuser has not been raped, yes?

            As to why punish, why do you consistently ignore the point I make about the reputation damage that a rape accusation causes?

          • Fredster

            December 14, 2016 at 2:50 am

            Yes, without sufficient proof, the accused is, at least before the law, innocent and the records should show such. That is justice. In my first comment to you, I already mentioned that being raped is a horrifying, and being falsely accused of rape can be equally traumatising. Never have I denied this. What I’m saying, and have been saying since the beginning, is that we can’t put out legislation that has the potential to deter actual rape from being reported.

          • Nathan

            December 15, 2016 at 3:16 am

            By that logic, we would never punish any false accusation or perjury.

          • Fredster

            December 15, 2016 at 11:31 pm

            Aren’t there already laws in place regarding frivolous litigation and perjury? I must confess I’m not familiar with the judiciary in the US. I thought you were proposing legislation specifically targetting accusers of rape who lose in court.

          • Nathan

            December 17, 2016 at 7:05 pm

            No, I was proposing that if a case cannot be built…ie there is little to no evidence, that an investigation be done into the accuser to see if it was a false report.

            These laws are already on the books and simply not enforced, because, as you keep saying, ‘it will stop others from coming forward’.
            In essence, false accusers are given a pass.

          • Fredster

            December 18, 2016 at 3:31 am

            Yes, I agree with what you’re saying. Thanks for giving me perspective. Accusers of rape shouldn’t be given a free pass. Accusations proven in court to be false should be persecuted.

          • Masculist Man

            December 16, 2016 at 6:06 pm

            The false accusation rate for rape is 60%. The reasons given for this false accusation rate: spite,revenge,even boredom. These are the cases where the accuser deliberately lied. This is from a U.S. Air Force study by Dr. Charles McDowwell. From the book The Myth Of Male Power by Warren Farrell.

          • Fredster

            December 17, 2016 at 8:11 am

            Wow, didn’t know the number was that high. Thanks for the info amd sourcing it too. In the cases where malicious accusation is proved, I certainly condone punitive measures.

          • Nathan

            December 17, 2016 at 7:18 pm

            All false reporting legislation has the potential to deter reports.
            It’s meant to do that.
            So that unsubstantiated crimes are not reported and police time wasted.

          • Masculist Man

            December 16, 2016 at 5:55 pm

            Let’s wait until you are falsely accused,have a lynch mob wanting to harm you and you get to watch your good name dragged through the mud. Will you be a white knight then? I doubt it.

          • Fredster

            December 17, 2016 at 8:03 am

            Let’s see. If I’m ever in that situation then you can say I told you so, and I’ll get what’s coming to me. Label me a hypocrite then. In the meantime I’ll try to look out for both sides, which isn’t as clear cut and simple as some might think.

          • Nathan

            December 11, 2016 at 2:04 pm

            Oh please.
            When did I say jail time?
            As to innoncent until proven guilty, the laws around rape and rape accusations are slowly but surely removing that. If it’s being removed for the accused, it should be removed for the accuser.

            Look at Mattress Girl at Columbia or ‘Jackie’ at UVA for examples.
            If those women faced legal consequences for their lies, they might not have damaged other people’s lives for such petty reasons.

            If you accuse someone of a crime, you had BETTER be able to produce evidence that they committed it. Otherwise, you have done them public damage, and with this new law being proposed, you don’t even have to go to the police, or really do anything other than make the accusation for it to be stuck to the person for life.

            Do you really think that is fair?
            Accuser : “X raped me”
            Accused: “No, I didn’t”
            College : “It is noted on X’s transcript that Y accused them of rape. No further actions or investigation taken”

            Now, X is tarred as a potential rapist for life.
            Does that sound like ‘innocent until proven guilty’ to you?

          • Hey, That's Pretty Good

            December 11, 2016 at 2:31 pm

            I think there should be jail time.

            Because the guy’s life is still ruined even after the accuser’s story falls apart and it’s proven she made the whole thing up. He is still a pariah and people still treat him like a rapist who “just got away with it.”

            The women who file false reports because they’re mad that their ex-boyfriend or mad at a guy who won’t give them the time of day shouldn’t just get a “well, sh*t happens!”

            They should get a huge fine and serve the same prison term her victim would have gotten had her lies been enough to get him sentenced to prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

          • Joe H

            December 11, 2016 at 11:42 pm

            Regardless of the punishment for proven fabricated claims, there can not be a punishment for claims with no substantial evidence on either side. I agree that it shouldnt go on that person’s public record.

          • Joe H

            December 11, 2016 at 11:40 pm

            yes, i agree that you should not have an accusation on your record.

            That being said, there is no punishment for accusing people of a crime unless the statements you make are proven false. if you don’t have evidence, as you said, it probably wont even get to court and their record wont be damaged.

            “If those women faced legal consequences for their lies, they might not have damaged other people’s lives for such petty reasons”. And, no actual rapists would go to jail. I agree that the stigma behind rape crimes as opposed to murder puts men at unreasonable risk for being innocently accused. And thats a bad thing. So we should make sure there is full evidence before conviction. Not punish people for not being able to substantiate their claims! If that principle were applied to every crime, the implications would be insane. For example, if you accuse someone of stealing from your home and you can’t convict them, you would face a punishment.

          • Nathan

            December 12, 2016 at 4:45 am

            Ok, first off, you keep trotting out this line that punishing false accusers would stop actual rapes getting punished.
            Where is your evidence for that?

            Next, if you allege a crime, you damage the person. If you can’t substantiate that claim, isn’t the person owed soemthing for the damage you caused them?

            Imagine if I accused you of breaking into my house and stealing my car. You claim you didn’t do it, I can’t offer any proof you did, but likewise you don’t have evidence you didn’t.

            But you have to go through a police investigation, people thinking you did it, ect.
            Shouldn’t I have to have proof that you broke into my house and stole my car before those crimes are publicly attached to you? And shouldn’t I be responsible for the damage my claim caused if I can’t substantiate it?

            Or would you be happy, after you’ve paid for a lawyer, after you’ve taken time off work, perhaps even have your neighbors look at you sideways, would you be happy that I got off with no consequences?

          • Joe H

            December 12, 2016 at 8:38 am

            I’m about done with this debate. Your comments show a total lack of comprehension for how the legal process works. I will articulate my argument (which honestly should be pretty obvious) one more time.

            “Not being able to substantiate your claim does make it a false accusation. That’s the proof right there.”

            MIND-BOGGLINGLY bad argument. If someone commits a crime and I can’t prove it, that doesn’t mean that my accusation is false.

            “What sort of proof are you suggesting is required for there to be cosequences for a lie?”
            If you falsely accuse someone of a crime when there is evidence that you knew you were doing so, that is a crime. Otherwise, you cannot be punished. If you cannot be proven to have known that you were falsely accusing someone, you cannot be convicted. That is what innocent until proven guilty means. So, the evidence you need is enough to prove someone guilty of a LIE!

            3. Yes, there would be an unfair incentive to not report crimes if you could face a penalty for reporting a crime. ???? The fact that that doesn’t make sense to you amazes me. I don’t think that this point is even up for debate.

            4. You’re acting like you have a legal obligation to know if your case will win before you present it. Plenty of cases are close. The entire point of the trial etc is to figure out NOT if the person did or did not commit the crime but instead whether or not there is substantial evidence to prove them of it. As a prosecutor, you cannot be punished if you can’t prove your case, only if you are proven to lie about it.

            5. You said a couple times that if there is no substantial evidence it won’t go anywhere in court, etc. Thus, if a claim is truly unsubstantiated, the accused has little to worry about.

          • Nathan

            December 13, 2016 at 3:03 am

            Well, from your reply, I don’t think I am the one who doesn’t understand the legal process.

            1. If you cannot prove an accusation, then ipso facto, it’s false. That is from a legal sense, obviously.

            2.Enough to prove someon guilty of a lie? Like, perhaps not being able to substantiate an accusation. As I’ve been trying to tell you, when you claim something and it’s not true, it damages the person you’ve accused.
            Don’t they deserve justice as well.

            3.If you report a ‘crime’ and it cannot be proven, then you have not reported a crime, have you?
            See point one. It’s funny that you don’t seem able to either back this up or explain is baffling to me.

            4.You have an obligation to co-operate with the police and make sure your case has a reasonable chance of success before you report it and damage someone else’s life.

            5. Even unsubstantiated accusations cause reputation damage, especially accusations of rape. That is what the accused has to worry about.

          • Dswynne

            December 20, 2016 at 7:14 pm

            Yes, it should precisely should happen, WHEN THERE IS NO EVIDENCE. That is why you do not “sit” on crime. You immediately go to the cops. And if you don’t, that is on you. Why? By not going to the cops, you’ve allowed your would-be perpetrator to roam free to go after another victim. It’s shame that such a move is needed, but there have been WAY too many instances of false accusations that are politically driven, and putting the fear in people on the consequences of rapes and false rapes have to be universal. Besides, that does not mean that nothing can’t be done. You can civilly go after a rapist, since the burden of proof is much lower (see: the Michael Jackson pedophilia trial), and that will be on public record.

          • Fernando David Moreno

            March 8, 2017 at 7:39 pm

            It’s interesting that these people are always only concerned with female accusers being afraid to come forward but not female false accusers not being afraid to come forward as they know they will likely not be punished. The biggest problem on this whole issue is that it all seems to stem from a belief that rapes on campuses are so frequent and that most accusations are true despite the accused claiming innocence. Like there is tendency for people radical and non-radical alike to want to believe that most accusations are true despite that they were not all proven to be true. In addition they want to believe that most accusations were not reported. Yet it seems to me for all we know the crime occurs very infrequently and perhaps the rate of reported rapes is not too much less than the rate of unreported or might even be higher. Look I am not saying that is the case but the assumption on the other end seems just as questionable to me. In addition most of these alleged campus rapes seemed based on publicly released transcripts seem to be more often then not a drunk guy and girl hooking up and then an accusation is made later for whatever reason and unfortunately the school now using sexist standards of male and female responsibility.

      • Nathan

        December 11, 2016 at 2:11 pm

        You do know that filing a false police report is a crime in and of itself?
        A different one to perjury?

        Most rape cases dont make it to court, simply due to lack of evidence and the ‘he said/she said’ nature of them. A woman can’t PROVE she didn’t give consent when it’s just two people in a bedroom. Likewise, a man can’t PROVE he got it.

        Rape laws already come dangerously close to switching the burden of proof. Affirmative consent laws DO switch the burden of proof.

        When you accuse someone of a crime, the burden of proof is on you. When you do it without being able to prove your case, you damage them.

        • Joe H

          December 11, 2016 at 11:34 pm

          ok, yes we know, you need to be able to prove someone committed a crime in order to convict them. And to be clear, I don’t think an accusation should go on your record. That seems to be common sense.

          But the idea that you should be punished for an accusation that cannot be proven is unfathomably ridiculous. I do not think that one remotely smart person on planet earth would get behind that claim. That provides an absurd incentive for people to not accuse people of crimes because they would rather not be punished than see the person who wronged them (or their family member, etc). In such a world, if someone kills your mother, you see them do it, and you bring it to court, and they find no concrete evidence, you go to jail. See how that falls apart?

          Yea NO SHIT you need burden of proof to convict someone of a crime. You also need a burden of proof to jail someone for a false accusation, because in doing so you are accusing them of a crime. You need to have concrete evidence that it is a false accusation. DUH??

          • Nathan

            December 12, 2016 at 4:48 am

            You do realise that filing a complaint that cannot be substantiated IS the defintion of a malicious or frivolous complaint?

            Not being able to substantiate your claim does make it a false accusation. That’s the proof right there.

            What sort of proof are you suggesting is required for there to be cosequences for a lie?

          • Masculist Man

            December 16, 2016 at 5:51 pm

            So you have no problem sending innocent men to prison and you have no problem excusing lying women. If that is not the case then say so because it seems that you have no problem destroying a man’s life. That’s how it comes across.

      • Hey, That's Pretty Good

        December 11, 2016 at 2:28 pm

        They ruin the life of the man they falsely accused. Even after their bogus story falls apart his life is still ruined.

        Women who make false claims about rape need to face some kind of penalty for it. Huge fines or imprisonment. Because after ruining some innocent guy’s life for whatever reason she made the story up about isn’t something women should be allowed to get away with.

      • NachT

        December 12, 2016 at 1:58 am

        I see your point on that. However, if you make a rape case, and it’s proven that there was no rape, then -that- is the evidence that you fakes a rape case (IE: Perjury).

      • Masculist Man

        December 16, 2016 at 11:58 am

        Go back to your coloring books,snowflake. This is a serious issue.

      • Jack

        December 18, 2016 at 1:07 am

        I would tell you to read my post again but I think you would fail to still understand what I am saying. Really I do not think I could word that any simpler. I wondering what I wrote that you find hard to follow or understand? There is no real big word in my comment and if I made a spelling mistake then I am sorry because. Let it be known I have not mastered the English language (very few have). What I have merely said that should it be PROVEN (oh that might have been the word you did not understand) that that rape was false, there needs to be just as serious punishment as there is for rape. Honestly I feel like I am just repeating myself here. Look at any man who has been FALSELY ACCUSED (I made that all caps because you might not understand those two words either) and see what damages have been done to him even though the whole rape story was made up. Show me how much damage is done to the person that falsely accused someone else of rape. I can point out support groups and rally cries for the person who falsely accused another. What I have never seen is a support group for the one that had gotten falsely accused. There never is a mob of people out side the home/dorm of the person who had falsely accused another screaming violet chants. PS, I do not have a safe place. My family and school(s) taught me to deal with a problem, not to hide in a corner.

    • Hey, That's Pretty Good

      December 11, 2016 at 2:27 pm

      I think that women who file false reports should get the same prison sentence the man they tried to ruin over petty reasons would have gotten had her lies gotten him sentenced.

      LIbs and feminists claim that would scare real victims into silence, but in actuality it would just cause false claims to disappear.

  3. Pepe! The Irredeemable

    December 10, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    Well, then they also must list false accusations as well.

  4. PeteNice

    December 10, 2016 at 4:31 pm

    Fine. And if you’re proven to have made a false allegation, you’re expelled.

    Equality and stuff.

  5. blewyn

    December 10, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    This’ll last right up until the first college and rape accuser are sued for loss of earnings and/or libel in an actual (ie not university) court.

    • Hey, That's Pretty Good

      December 11, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      I think since the accused’s life is ruined even after it’s proven that the accuser made the whole thing up, I think he should be able to get 50% of whatever earnings the accuser makes for twice the amount of time he’d have gotten in prison had her lies gotten him locked away.

  6. Lord_of_Lotion

    December 10, 2016 at 6:09 pm

    I don’t care if they have it on video. Until there is a guilty verdict from a court of law, there is no punishment meted out by ANYONE. This is a load of draconian bullshit and this is not how our justice system works.

    • Nathan

      December 11, 2016 at 2:14 pm

      It’s worth noting that evne if someone drops out and changes colleges, if the ‘rape’ is reported to police, they can’t duck the consequences.

      It’s only if the accuser relies on the kangaroo courts of the University (something universities should not be doing. It should be referred to police and ended there) that the ‘rapist’ would escape punishment.

      Why is that rape victims are not being encouraged to go to police?

      • Masculist Man

        December 16, 2016 at 6:18 pm

        Most police and courts are not ideologues while most people on college and university campuses are. Libs and feminists are hard core misandrists that love destroying men especially white men. Also colleges and universities are less objective and less impartial than the courts are. This way the young men who are accused get thrown to the wolves easier.

  7. Marquis De Sade

    December 10, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    All I would ask of the people that support this proposal is to take the time to consider how they would feel if any time they were accused of cheating, theft etc. that it would go on their record.

  8. Jaime Osbourn

    December 10, 2016 at 7:50 pm

    Oh joy, a law to put innuendo, slander, false accusations and lies, on a transcript even if there is no conviction. Way to go feminist! Another savage blow against the evil patriarchy and it’s belief in due process and the rule of law.

  9. Robert Jones

    December 10, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    i guess they want people to start dying, someone is going to make a false accusation against someone who is not having a good day and it will end up on every channel at once.

  10. Harambe Henderson

    December 10, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    Lol. Without punishment defined for false or failed allegations… ranging in a “not guilty” all the way to something as extreme as intentional slander/malicious intent. This is simply anti-male/pro feminism propaganda.

    If they pass this law without a form of accountability for false or failed accursations…. I think every student. Male AND female should accuse every single individual on campus of sexual assault until the accountability portions is rectified.

    Instead of defining on the transcript. Maybe checking a box that says candidate under review for ACCUSED questionable behavior?? NOT some guy/girl said they were sexually assaulted by guy/girl.

    Feminism used to be about equality. Now it has evolved into a form of elitism and man hating. Very sad to see the torch passed on within the feminist movement to inflict the same genre of injustices females experienced in the not so distant history into men, in what seems to be a spiteful spirit… which. Is backed up by primary data, and secondary inferred data.

    Picket on ladies, hopefully this shit show doesn’t blow up in your own face.

    • Hey, That's Pretty Good

      December 11, 2016 at 2:36 pm

      If colleges go along with this, every male student on campus needs to just pick a girl at random and claim she drugged him, tied him down and used a strap-on to rape him.

      See how long feminists push this crap when they end up being targeted the way they target men with false accusations.

  11. Proud2bfromtheUSA

    December 10, 2016 at 9:30 pm

    Feminism is evil and needs to be fought. I am for gender equality not feminism.

  12. Big Dog Bite Hard

    December 10, 2016 at 9:55 pm

    I nearly responded, YOU nearly got me to write on a buzzfeed FB page, Fuck you Milo. Some woman wont report her boyfriend raping her at a party for fear of not being believed, but happy under her name to accuse him on line with no trial. It’s okay to destroy his life, he’s male after all, trials are so last fucking year. No wonder these fucktards aren’t scared of Sharia law, they’ve created their own.

  13. Michael Collins

    December 11, 2016 at 2:03 am

    Innocent until proved guilty is a pillar of Western civilization. If the standard of proof is analogous to that in an employer’s disciplinary procedure, than a countervailing penalty for false accusations should be put in place.

  14. David Adams

    December 11, 2016 at 9:23 am

    This is the fault of the feminist movement. Equal rights is great but male female segregation would help both male and female students focus on there studies so much more.

  15. BetterRedthanDead

    December 11, 2016 at 10:13 am

    Every major rape case since I’ve been alive has been fake.
    Every single one.
    Absolutely not.

    • Hey, That's Pretty Good

      December 11, 2016 at 2:34 pm

      Notice how the ones that get the most media attention end up being the ones where no real rape happened?

      UVA, Duke Lacrosse, that girl that Al Sharpton championed who wrote racial slurs on herself and claimed she had been raped.

      • Masculist Man

        December 16, 2016 at 6:21 pm

        that girl that Al Sharpton championed who wrote racial slurs on herself and claimed she had been raped.

        That would be Tawana Brawley.

  16. Ugwump

    December 11, 2016 at 11:55 am

    So they have legalized liable?

  17. Hey, That's Pretty Good

    December 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    How about denying degrees to any women who file false reports?

    That would be better, especially since the biggest rape on campus stories all end up being bogus.

    Also a $1 million fine to the college for helping destroy the life of the male student falsely accused?

  18. Anthony C

    December 11, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    Wasn’t there something I read somewhere about “innocent until proven guilty?”

  19. Robert Serna

    December 12, 2016 at 1:04 am

    so I guess these idiots don’t understand the concept of innocent until proven guilty. this retarded bill is clearly unconstitutional. now putting it in transcripts after a guilty conviction perfectly fine! that ought to be a law but you cannot put shit like that until it is proven.

  20. Dswynne

    December 20, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    This is wrong because it essentially does away the right to due process, which is already under assault. What it will do is decrease male student enrollment at colleges and universities even further. The women who are pushing this will pay a steep price in society, from the inevitable push back (See: Trump’s election).

  21. Razz Siwel

    January 15, 2017 at 5:17 am

    So many cowardly men on campussies, that don’t get out and put an end to this MaCarthyist sick nonsense. These women are brain dead. How much longer do we have to hear about this mythical rape epidemic on campussies.
    So called “Men” on campussies need to grow a pair.

  22. ra232

    March 7, 2017 at 9:03 pm

    Given the incredibly low standards of so called rape Feminists may as well call open season on men. Wait a minute! They already called for the genocide of men so nothing new there. Men and their families like mothers and fathers and sisters and aunts and uncles and any decent humans must rise against this ongoing genocide. Or men will go off to their own place.

    What sane man would pay around 250 K to get a collage education when at any moment some woman can destroy him. All men in US live with a loaded weapon pointed at their head held by any woman who knows their name. They don’t have to even have spoken to the woman and they are guilty but the rules of Feminists. Might as well move to another country. Any sane man would move and shaming or “man up” are not going to work because self preservation trumps all other forces. If men want women there are plenty outside US and why bother to move back to a nation which hates men and wants to put them away or make them financial slaves to women? Keep asking for more and get less because any man worth a dime has figured out the scam and the trap you have put for them. Good bye and good riddance.

  23. Hairatic Rick

    August 6, 2017 at 9:24 am

    I’m okay with false rape accusations being added to transcripts. It will cut down on the hell these SJW feminist Marxist produce. I never date a university women, only townies for me.

    • Hairatic Rick

      August 6, 2017 at 9:25 am

      Ha, I posted the 69th comment. ????

  24. gandog56

    August 8, 2017 at 10:09 am

    What in the hell happened to innocent until proven guilty? We really need to stop these libtards from controlling the schools.

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