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We should all take a breath and stop with the victim blaming. Just because the university didn't discipline him doesn't mean he wasn't responsible. Ms. Sulkowics was not the only person to claim he engaged in sexual misconduct. There were two other women. Ms. Sulkowics claimed she was brutally raped and beaten
universities acting in a prejudicial manner
@HarvestMoon1 Then he topped off that argument with pointing out that Columbia's sexual violence policy focused only on penetration and never addressed a man being "made to penetrate." No idea where he was going with that one.