The REAL Lesson

National Review sums it up:

The report’s author, Columbia School of Journalism dean Steve Coll, confirms that Erdely was “searching for a single, emblematic college rape case that would show “what it’s like to be on campus now . . . where not only is rape so prevalent but also that there’s this pervasive culture of sexual harassment/rape culture.”

Make sure that you understand — she did not fail at her goal — she succeeded.  She perfectly captured the “rape culture” on campus, and exposed at as a SJW fantasy, a fabulist creation for political and social engineering reasons, that never actually existed. It is simply a method that hucksters use to prey on your fears.  It’s not real.  The 1 in 5 statistic, the stories of frat gang rapes, the idea that people are being roofied all over frat parties?  Lies.

People get drunk, and people fuck.  When that happens, sometimes people regret it when they sober up.  Welcome to being human.

Does rape happen on campuses?  Absolutely.  There are humans there.  But there is much less rape on campus than in general society.  The campus is the safest place for your daughter to be when she is attending college.  Don’t let the SJW lies hold you back.

Nothing is “too serious” to question.  The serious questions are the ones we must question — and yes, that includes claims of having been raped.  We need to question it, and viciously prosecute the rapists if true — but just as resolutely, we must prosecute the fabulists when they lie about having been raped.

The real rape culture if the culture of lying about rape for sympathy and money.

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