February 22, 2015
Once upon a time, specifically several months ago, a female student at an Oregon liberal arts college had supposedly been raped in a location thousands of miles away from the campus.
The female student recently complained to college officials that a male student on campus resembled her rapist. Ostensibly, she must have additionally requested that the innocent fellow be barred from being anywhere remotely near her presence.
And the college actually honored it.
Professor Janet Halley wrote in a piece for Harvard Law Review that she had “recently assisted” a student who had been “ordered to stay away from a fellow student (cutting him off from his housing, his campus job, and educational opportunity) — all because he reminded her of the man who had raped her months before and thousands of miles away.”
The accused also had to endure a “month-long investigation into all his campus relationships, seeking information about his possible sexual misconduct in them,” which she called an “immense invasion of his and his friends’ privacy.”
And (believe it or not!) it gets worse. Even after this invasive investigation completely cleared him of any wrongdoing, he still wasn’t allowed to go anywhere where the student would be without risking punishment from the school.
“The stay-away order remained in place, and was so broadly drawn up that he was at constant risk of violating it and coming under discipline for that,” the piece continues.
How despicable. Then again, this kind of stuff happens courtesy of the diseases of feminism and leftism.